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09.06.2012 – Swanston Street, Melbourne.
graduated from film (including black and white processing at home many years ago) to a Canon G3, later Canon 400D, and more lately, added an old 1970’s film camera. Gets into the blood – that’s probably an understatement.
Very nice Geoff. I very much the pov. A fav
thanks very much Joseph – used the Canon 50 mm f2.8 – great value for money lens.
Excuse my error. I meant to say i very much like your pov. Would you enter this image into the group “Life in the City, Suburbs, or Bush”.
thanks again – I got your drift, and glad to have the opportunity to post with the group you mention.
Your title and comp make me grin, and I like this in B&W. Encourages the imagination, I think. With the woman waiting, it’s just such a perfect visual and verbal metaphor/imaginary scene, yet real. Love the selective focus, too.
that’s great news, Joseph, thank you very much.
Brilliant and that 50mm is such great value…everyone should have one…I have the 1.8…
hello Andrew – come to think of it, mine is the f1.8 too – don’t know what I was thinking about, mixing up the numbers. Yes, nice to get a break from the big costs involved with owning a lens. A drink and a photo shoot seems like a good way to spend an afternoon.
haha great image AND title :))))))
Lovely horses – looks they are good mates – thank you for the Feature, Georgie.
CONGRATULATIONS on your feature in Caption Fun, lovely work
thanks Andrea, these horses pull lovely old carriages around the touristy-parts of Melbourne CBD.
Reminds me of Black Caviar’s big/small (depends on how you look at it) win from the other night!
hi Georgie, maybe they’re not as beautiful as a race horse, but still, fine looking animals.
lovely shot of life, nicely got here Geof !!
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