Introducing leggings. You’ll never run out of inspiration.
Currently unavailable for purchase
“…you gotta make the morning last” (Simon & Garfunkel)
caught on King Street, Perth this morning as we waited for the cafe to open
Leica M9, 50mm noctilux f1 lens, ISO 250, f/8, 1/60 sec. Cropped in PS. Converted to b&w in Nik Silver Efex pro.
cafe, bicycle, reading the paper, relaxed, cyclist, leica m9
Feeling satisfied with a new photograph … that makes it a good day.
Beautiful shot Nadine! Love the tone- great everything here really- wish I was there with you to feel groovy and enjoy a couple of long mac’s…’night from Melbourne my friend xxx
g’night, dear rosie! thanks for looking in before you turned off for the night!
– nadine henley
You were able to photograph while haven’t had a cup of café yet? You’re stronger than I am for sure amiga!! ;) I love how you caught the interaction between the bicyclist and the pedestrian. Nice timing! Wonderful composition too and the B&W works perfectly here. Lovely Nadine!
thanks so much, dear rosa! you’re right – it is amazing I could hold the camera steady when the withdrawal tremors were kicking in! Thanks for your lovely comment, my friend
Great combination of still life and motion blur ;-)
thanks mark – pure fluke of course!
oh wow nadine, what splendid timing and juxtaposition! love the way the cafe windows situate the scene and the tones are fab too
thanks so much, dear G! it was a total fluke of course!
Such a great shot! Love the clarity of the man standing still and at the same time the motion blur of the cyclist!
thanks for the lovely comment, dot!
Photography is luck, but luck is earned…
true – I still had to get up early, have the camera at my eye and be pressing the shutter at that moment. If only I’d been a nanosecond later, I could have got the cyclist in shot but just past the still figure. No wonder people end up setting the shot up! Thanks again, my friend!
a multitude of compositions, working so well together here Nadine.
thanks for your lovely comment, naia!
Great capture Nadine, I’ve been wanting to capture this iconic cafe for ages but I can’t seem to get up early enough :), and what would a cafe shot be without a lycra clad cyclist nearby :), wonderful work my friend
thanks for that lovely comment, jus! it’s partly due to your choice of challenge for the 50mm group that I’ve been having such fun with street photography lately :)
Excellent focus and motion blur
thanks so much, chris!
Great juxtaposition of movement, poised waiting, and that appealing cafe! Visual stories and points of interest that make this viewer want to look several times. Nicely done!
thanks so much, jan!
Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox.
Free for your convenience.