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Discussion on 31st Street by Paul Vanzella

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Nothing ground breaking here, however, I thought I’d upload this image as I like the area I took this image in, behind one of Frank Gehry’s buildings alongside the Hudson River – also like the way the elements interact with eachother, from the concrete slabs and glass, incidental vehicle and the two people….


  • Melinda Kerr
    Melinda Kerrover 7 years ago

    I love it Paul. It’s really a very complex piece of framing you’ve done here. You’ve really had to balance things very precisely because it could have ‘all gone wrong’ easilly. But you’ve managed to still maintain the people as the point of focus. Nice work.

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 7 years ago

    I like the way my eyes get pulled around this, doesn’t matter where they go, I always end up on the figures, but there’s such wonderful elements all over!

  • Dallas Maurer
    Dallas Maurerover 7 years ago

    I love the composition and seems so fitting for a photo of a building by Frank Gehry!, chaotic yet your still lead to the figures :) Very nice!

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 7 years ago

    Wow – superb comments, so insightful… thank you so much! Very happy :))

  • transmute
    transmuteover 7 years ago

    This is such a great composition, really dynamic.

  • Craig Shillington
    Craig Shillingtonover 7 years ago

    Wonderful once again Paul! I like the blackness of the carpark at the bottom too …. adds an unseen level to the photo. Plus the brickwork (?) on the wall at the left.

  • Stephen Mitchell
    Stephen Mitchellover 7 years ago

    It is interesting. I’d like it more without the car coming in from the left.
    What is that in the bottom right corner – graffiti?
    There’s so many depths to it, I forget about the two-man discussion completely!

  • Lee Burgess
    Lee Burgessover 7 years ago

    You have a fantastic style Paul!!! This is way cool!

  • Deborah Hally
    Deborah Hallyover 7 years ago

    Excellent composition, all the planes and angles working so well together and in spite of the scale its still all about the two figures. You have an amazing “eye”!!

  • Alexander Kesselaar
    Alexander Kess...over 7 years ago

    You have an amazing eye. A very seemingly simple scene, made into a piece of art.

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