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EOS 500D , ISO 100, 1/160sec, f3.2Featured in Amateur Photographers’ group 27 January 2013
Paste up art on the flood wall , Launceston Tasmania.All credit to the unknown artist who made him . . . .
paste up art, wall, flood wall, launceston, tasmania
Endlessly fascinated by light.. . . .open to any suggestions for improvement to my work from fellow RBs
Wow! This is quite errie, I am imagining here that I can actually see a foot on the ground !
I often think that his feet are buried in the sand :-) :-) Cecily
– Cecily Graham
wow……… Cecilythis is a whole story!and i love it so much !!!!!!!!!!
Oh thank you Magali :-) :-) . .. . . sometimes when the light retreats and heavy rains come he stands quietly in the sand knowing that the other side of the wall is standing fast against a river rising in flood Cecily
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Thank you John and A world of EOS for adding my image to your group :-) Cecily
What a fabulous find!
Thanks Mel he is very tucked away. . . . fortunately and justifiably the City Council left him there when they painted out all the other grafitti :-) :-) CECILY
Quite three dimensional. Nice shot Fixie!
Thanks Denis for that comment I am sure the paste up artist would like that :-) Cecily
Love this so much.Fave.
Thanks Gavin iIreally appreciate your comment after looking at your graffiti collection. . . :-) Cecily
Congratulations on your well-deserved Feature!Your Hosts: CRose & Deb 01-27-13
Thank you CRose Images and Amateur Photographers’ Association for my feature. . . always an honour :-) Cecily
A lovely watercolor feel! Congrats on the feature!
Thanks for that Nikolay :-) Cecily
Thanks Peter and TBORB for including my image in your group :-) Cecily
gerat street art and love the shot also with the dappled light and shadows
Thanks Esther for the street art comment . . . you have seen and photographed so much street art yourself :-) Cecily