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The Plaza Cinema, Kensington, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Canon 7dFeatured in Urban Canadian Art Group October 2012
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Very nicely done
Thank you very much…
– Russ Styles
Love the old movie features…..a wonderful composition and shot Russ, the splash of yellow in the foreground is lovely :)
Cheers Trish, Happy that you like it and appreciate your on going support…
Thank you Donna.:~}
I like everything about this—the contrast, drama, framing…but oh, how I love the placement of that yellow leaf right in front. Perfect! Nice work, Russ!
Great capture and processing Russ
Thank you Peter.
Fabulous mood !
Cheers, thanks for the continued support.
Does the first one read “Intouchables”? A spelling mistake? lol. Nice work Russ.Clicking the banner takes you to the group….please enjoy it.
It is actually the correct spelling…This Movie was part of a film festival that was going on I think….Cheers.;~]
ooo that leaf gets around. Jo Nesbo – Nemesis
LOL…it certainly does….I think it’s brought all it’s mates and they’re now on my front garden….
nice use of colour, not to mention the angle.
Thank you, glad you like it.