[Downsview Station, Toronto]
More coffee please... and less energy. Great photo! I love the graphic elements in this, suits it well.
1 Mar 2007 6:41am
@Bronnie: Many thanks, Bronnie!
This is great composition Damon, beautiful scene, great lighting and really delicate use of the graphic elements, somehow it gave me this Oceans Eleven of sort of feeling!
1 Mar 2007 7:33am
@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: Thanks, Alfredo. Never saw Oceans Eleven. Recommended?
so well done, Damon .. the bright shiny nature of the shot accepts the graphic input seamlessly.. fantastic.
1 Mar 2007 9:05am
@jc: Many thanks, John!
Ha Damon - brilliant concept. This could easily be an ad for something ! I love how you got one go getter hitting the stairs. Nicely done - looking forward to the others.
1 Mar 2007 10:27am
@Jason Kravitz: Thanks, Jason!
Man, this is a cracker (not used that for a while). Echo Alfredos movie reference although for me it has more of a guy ritchie element than anything. Its a great graphic image. Conceptually you're always one step ahead of the game. Bravo!
1 Mar 2007 10:46am
@Duncan Galbraith: Many thanks, Duncan! Haven't seen Oceans Eleven or anything by Guy Ritchie either, though someone did give me a copy of Snatch awhile ago. Never got around to it. I was originally going to just use the photo as-is; I'm not sure why I thought of adding the captions, apart from the pressure of making sure it fit the theme. And cheers to that!
This is just super. The graphics add a whole new dimension to the image. It really tells a story....well...5 stories actually. Love your approach to the theme.
1 Mar 2007 10:50am
@Stu: Many thanks, Stu!
Great shot, great idea. The guy with the bike is my fav. :)
1 Mar 2007 10:54am
@Putter: I'm sure he has his reasons. Thanks, Putter!
Cool idea! It could be an advertisement!
1 Mar 2007 11:10am
@Craiger: Thanks Craig! I wonder what it could advertise.
comic and well... really well done. i love the backup plan and the glare! its almost too funny. haha. very well done! i wanna join in this job thing too. can i?=P
1 Mar 2007 11:26am
@benjamin: Thanks, Benjamin! You're more than welcome to get a job, just try not to get Mr. Glare as your boss.
Very creative. Excellent.
1 Mar 2007 11:51am
@Craig Persel: Many thanks, Craig!
Depressing in that 'brilliant evocative photograph way'--- I mean that fully as a compliment too. Witty, great capture.
1 Mar 2007 12:43pm
@Sylvia: Thanks, Sylvia! Happy to be depressing.
Great photo and commentary!!!
1 Mar 2007 3:23pm
@Jen: Thanks, Jen!
Very clever and funny! Plus the actual photograph is excellent.
1 Mar 2007 3:32pm
@dYe: Many thanks, dYe!
Excelent Composition (just perhaps crop the 1st person on the right), great sense of humour, combined wiiht good eye, gives this, a great Photo.
1 Mar 2007 3:57pm
@Ins@no: Thanks, Ins@no! I think you're right about the cropping. That escaped my attention when I was working on it.
Ahh, particulary like "the energy" heh.
1 Mar 2007 5:02pm
@Jenny: Wish I had more of it. Thanks, Jenny!
Dude, I love your work here! More please..!
@Addey Kehinde: This was just spontaneous. I'll have to see if I can do more like it at some point in the future. Many thanks, Addey!
great funny shot! made me laugh! good imagination!
1 Mar 2007 6:13pm
@elaine: Thanks, Elaine!
The majority of us are lazy.
1 Mar 2007 7:43pm
@William: So it would appear... Thanks, William!
You've outdone yourself with this one. Great work!
1 Mar 2007 8:12pm
@Angry Buddha: Many thanks, Sean!
Wow! Wonderful image . I like a lot how you are interpreting the question of work . Brilliant!
1 Mar 2007 8:14pm
@Still: Merci, Still! When I think of work, I always remember a French film I saw many years ago: La Comédie du travail. I think that film said it all.
Excellent photo. It would be outstanding without the captions. Nevertheless, the captions are priceless and hilarious. Wonderful, humorous photo!
1 Mar 2007 8:29pm
@Evie Sears: Thanks, Evie! See, the hard part was getting everyone to stand where the captions were and to pose correctly; what a nightmare that shoot was!
Brilliant!! I'm loving this....
1 Mar 2007 9:03pm
@Leslie Horacek: Thanks, Leslie!
Wow this is excellent. Not merely a photograph, but a creation.
1 Mar 2007 9:26pm
@Michael Zhang: Meh...I was just doodling. Thanks, Michael!
Nice one mate! The commentary works a treat here; and it's all so true; I'd watch out for the guy with the glare looks like he's not to be trifled with! Great start to the series!
1 Mar 2007 9:41pm
@Chris Sullivan: Thanks, Chris! I will watch out for Mr. Glare; he may not have wanted to become an internet celebrity.
perfect think Damon! brilliant!
1 Mar 2007 9:59pm
@kaveh: Thanks, Kaveh!
Very very nice idea Damon. great work ! :)
2 Mar 2007 3:32am
@H.O: Many thanks, Hiroさん!
Ah, what a great graphic overlay! Bicycle on the elevator - now that's a difficult manoeuvre!
2 Mar 2007 4:09am
@Sidonie: Thanks, Sidonie! Now I'm confused: I know your 'lift' is my elevator... Is your 'elevator' my escalator? One is more difficult that the other depending on how much room there is inside the elevator. On an escalator, it's fairly easy: just keep the brake levers squeezed.
Wonderfull colors ! I like the metallic tones as a metaphor of the working mornings...!
2 Mar 2007 6:38am
@yubai: Thanks, Yubai! I'm glad you liked the colours; I liked them too.
Fantastic humour and originality on the subject. Love the lines all over le place.
2 Mar 2007 10:39am
@Maoya: Thank you, Maoya!
This is nice sense!
2 Mar 2007 1:59pm
@Makoto: Thanks, Makotoさん!
Hats off! This is great. It's like an advertising poster. Love the concept. It's hard work pushing your bike uphill...and he's cheating. Original...great!
2 Mar 2007 2:49pm
@Untitled: Thank you thank you thank you, Shadow! I haven't decided yet what I want it to advertise, though.
Wow, Can't add anything to all the other comments. the comment you've put in are great, the picture very strong.
2 Mar 2007 6:28pm
@Yvon: Dank u wel, Yvon!
fascinating - expanding on the communicative possibilities of photography - a real concept piece - impressive
2 Mar 2007 9:17pm
@ginger: Many thanks, Ginger. Perhaps I wasn't confident enough to let the picture speak 1000 words: I wanted to spell it out.
LOL. you made me comment on a picture. bravo
3 Mar 2007 1:11am
@Kelvin Chan: (!) Gee, I didn't realise it was such hard work for you to comment these days. Thanks, Kelvin!
3 Mar 2007 11:42am
@kmf: Thanks, kmf!
9 Mar 2007 2:08pm
@Pepa: ¡Muchísimas gracias, Pepa!
Wow, this is a great shot... very creative!
25 Oct 2008 5:19am
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