A touch over-saturated to my eyes, but well, what the heck!
[Spadina near Baldwin, Toronto]
Works for me -- its dramatic.
4 Mar 2008 7:33am
love the composition and the contrast between the two walls.
4 Mar 2008 10:17am
Yup, works fine for me, too. You just have to love that coat-hanger!
4 Mar 2008 11:34am
and yet, there you are, brilliant! what a feel!!!
4 Mar 2008 12:52pm
It's definitely not over done Damon!
I'd love to get some tips about how you process your images to get the wonderful depth so consistently across all your shots....I admire them very much!
4 Mar 2008 1:39pm
@Ian Bramham: Thanks, Ian! Check your mail.
Some great lighting here Damon.
4 Mar 2008 3:01pm
I don't think it is over saturated at all, in fact I think it adds to the flavor of the atmosphere. I love this!!!
4 Mar 2008 3:17pm
I don't mind the saturation - I like the two halves divided by the fence - Indians skeleton vs. Orange circle. Very surreal.
4 Mar 2008 4:56pm
I think it's just right. I love the perspective you've captured here with the sky separating the two halves. Conveys a really strong urban take on life.
4 Mar 2008 5:03pm
Superb composition and colors
4 Mar 2008 7:13pm
If it is over-saturated it worked well! Love the colors!
4 Mar 2008 7:30pm
I don't think it's oversatured at all!!!
4 Mar 2008 11:05pm
Special atmosphere and composition~love it
5 Mar 2008 4:25am
I've just discovered your blog and have been looking throught he last couple of weeks. There is not one image I don't like! You have a great eye for detail and I like your processing too, the images look very proffessional, you are certainly making a good advert for the Pentax!
5 Mar 2008 6:41am
I think it is appropriate, cool shot Damon!
6 Mar 2008 11:35pm
Nice Shot. I'm pretty sure that the dude in the headdress on the right is the work of Poster Child, a wicked guerrilla artist that plasters his stuff all over Toronto. check his stuff out at www.bladediary.com
11 Sep 2009 10:26am
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