trio by nadine henley

Taken on King Street, Perth, Western Australia

these three flying sculptures seem almost to be frozen in flight, perhaps by the No Entry sign?.

Leica MP, 50mm noctilux lens, Velvia 50 film, given a Nik Silver Efex pro filter and then levels tweaked in photoshop

Feeling satisfied with a new photograph … that makes it a good day.

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  • Louise Cooke
    Louise Cookeover 5 years ago

    gees this is funny Nadine!! The things you found on King street! You’re great at discovering quirky things :)))

  • thanks louise – I’d never seen these before, but when I’ve got my camera in my hand, things like this just jump rigfht out!

    – nadine henley

  • hologram
    hologramover 5 years ago

    how weird (so me… ;-) ) love this, it’s just so off the wall.. ;-) B&W was so the way to go in my humble opinion on this one, nice.

  • thank you so much, h! and a fav for this little oddball! very kind of you :)

    – nadine henley

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 5 years ago

    I love the interesting, great shot Nadine, perfect b/w.

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 5 years ago

    Your cohosts Cee and Chris

  • thank you cee!

    – nadine henley

  • Stan Wojtaszek
    Stan Wojtaszekover 5 years ago

    Definitely different. lol.
    I agree with hologram – perfect b&w treatment.
    Of all the photographers I’ve seen,over the years, none looked “up” as much as you do, and subsequently miss so many opportunities that you manage to capture.
    Good work, Nadine ! :)

  • lol! I have to look up to see anything! I’m so short. I’m convinced I’m missing out. But what a lovely comment, brian. Thank you so much!

    – nadine henley

  • oops, stan, of course – sorry!

    – nadine henley

  • Brian Carey
    Brian Careyover 5 years ago

    Nice composition Nadine!

  • thank you, brian, kind of you to comment

    – nadine henley

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98over 5 years ago

    Excellent “find” and capture Nadine and it’s great to see that film is still alive and well. Talking of looking up reminds me of when, about 35 years ago, I took my son on a photographic course at night school. One of our projects was to go into the city, lie flat on our backs and take a photo looking straight up! One took the photo while the other stood “guard” We got some strange looks but also some great photos!
    Best wishes
    co host

  • thank you, peter! Film is still alive and well though it was a shame to swap that glorious velvia colour for b&w in this shot. But have to do what works best. Love that idea of shooting straight up in a city!

    – nadine henley

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 5 years ago

    Hahaha what a sight! I don’t think they know where to go now, after being confronted by that sign…great shot Nadine!

  • thanks so much, georgie!

    – nadine henley

  • Kathy Reid
    Kathy Reidover 5 years ago

    Wonderful work Nadine, love the B/W!

  • thanks, kathy! much appreciated! haven’t seen you much lately – busy?

    – nadine henley

  • DianaC
    DianaCover 5 years ago

    This is very interesting, great in b&w.

  • thanks, diana! a bit of an oddball but thank you for commenting

    – nadine henley

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