Minimal…ever had the urge to pull one of these?
Taken at the reading/audio visual room in MOCA, Los Angeles…

(Nikon D300 – ISO 200, 12-24mm on P)


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fire, hot, detail, julian, escardo, abstract, red, minimal

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Comments

  • LostBoy
    LostBoyabout 6 years ago

    nice!

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovabout 6 years ago

    so vibrant red and lots of empty space !

  • Zaldy Infante
    Zaldy Infanteabout 6 years ago

    vivid and passionate

  • LAmBChOp
    LAmBChOpabout 6 years ago

    Good focus and placement. Blended well it is with its surroundings.

  • Nicole Goggins
    Nicole Gogginsabout 6 years ago

    v. effective!

  • Julian Escardo
    Julian Escardoabout 6 years ago

    Thank you Nicole, and thank you all for stopping by and taking the time to comment on one of my personal favorites…

  • TalBright
    TalBrightabout 6 years ago

    fantastic!

  • tessabishop
    tessabishopabout 6 years ago

    This is very cool …

  • Kristal
    Kristalabout 6 years ago

    great shot!

  • Lenka
    Lenkaalmost 6 years ago

    Great! Vibrant red, nice composition, very minimalistic :)

    There’s a great Czech novel Saturnin about a servant named Saturnin (despite to what Wikipedia says, he’s not dangerous; he’s rather very active :)) who sorts people into three categories according to their behaviour when they are sitting in a café with a portion of koblihy (similar to donuts) before them. One type of people would only look at them and then eventually eat them. Second type would start thinking about what would happens if they would throw them on other people in the café. Third type (to which Saturnin belongs!) doesn’t think too long about it but rather acts quite immediately… :)

    Now Saturnin, he would pull it! (unfortunately, I’m only the second type ;))

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