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Some people do not move fast in the city rush hour, they have learned to take their time and observe the rest of the world hurrying this way and that – how I wish I could learn the wisdom of that.

Candid Street Photography

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candid, street, street_photography, melbourne, laneways, bustle, watching, sithom2014

To reveal art and conceal the artist,
is art’s aim.

Oscar Wilde – “The Picture of Dorian Gray”

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  • Rhoufi
    Rhoufi6 months ago

    Some people do not move fast in the city rush hour, they have learned to take their time and observe the rest of the world hurrying this way and that – how I wish I could learn the wisdom of that.

    Candid Street Photography

  • Rhoufi
    Rhoufi6 months ago

     

  • Vincent Riedweg
    Vincent Riedweg6 months ago

    Great catch! I like how the 3 characters seems to belong to 3 different time spaces…

  • A perfect observation… yes! Like 3 separate dimensions each moving at different speeds on three different plans.Thank you Vincent :-)

    – Rhoufi

  • geof
    geof6 months ago

    a fine catch.

  • Thank you Geof. It was during a SITHOM Photowalk… you’ll have to join us on the next one.

    – Rhoufi

  • crankster-aus
    crankster-aus6 months ago

    Saaaaweeet !

  • One of those happy, lucky captures that surprise you on uploading and viewing. Thank you crankster :-)

    – Rhoufi

  • Ivan Kemp
    Ivan Kemp6 months ago

    A very smart and well captured composition. I like it a lot!

  • Not so smart really, more lucky than skilful. Thank you Ivan :-)

    – Rhoufi

  • Cecily  Graham
    Cecily Graham5 months ago

    Fabulous dynamic tension Bernard :-)

  • Yes, it’s a fascinating effect.. different layers and depths being ripped in opposing directs and revealing the stillness of the observer at the heart. Thank you Cecily… wonderful comment :-)

    – Rhoufi

  • Jan Timmons
    Jan Timmons5 months ago

    I think you caught this moment perfectly. May I quote you? ‘…fascinating effect.. different layers and depths being ripped in opposing directs and revealing the stillness of the observer at the heart.’

    Couldn’t have articulated it better.

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