[Bathurst & College, Toronto]
Good capture. Also your BW print quality is excellent.
21 Nov 2008 5:47am
Excellent shot... your title just sums up the look in her eyes ;-) Great composition too, the subject could so easily have been obscured, but it's worked perfectly
21 Nov 2008 9:16am
Excellent capture, with so much happening all at once on a busy street your timing is perfect! You can see just enough of her annoyed expression.
21 Nov 2008 9:23am
21 Nov 2008 11:29am
Nice street shot. I wanted to use a bicycle to commute but decided against it since our roads and the drivers are very bad and bicycle is still not considered proper for someone who can afford anything more that it.
How happy are you with the performance of your Pentax.
21 Nov 2008 11:34am
excellent street shot ! I love movement and B&W
21 Nov 2008 12:46pm
great contrast. that street scene seems chaotic, though i just realized that she probably has the walk sign
21 Nov 2008 1:01pm
I like the shiny wet look to the asphalt street surface as this piece of life unfolds. The pedestrian's posture and expression in the midst of that congestion and traffic is a statement on determination.
21 Nov 2008 1:44pm
21 Nov 2008 2:26pm
Beautiful street shot and excellent b/w!
21 Nov 2008 2:39pm
great capture! i love the look on the girl's face as if she is really telling the driver "i'm walking here" with her eyes. nice one!
21 Nov 2008 6:53pm
I really enjoy such photos. Looking at these frozen moment that elude us when we see them with our own eyes... That's what makes photography so much fun!
21 Nov 2008 7:06pm
Nice streetphoto, as-it-is. There is a real movement and story in it.
21 Nov 2008 7:29pm
that picture tells a story and B/W makes it definitely more thrilling
greetings from Germany : Ralf
21 Nov 2008 9:01pm
very nice capture and BW.
22 Nov 2008 2:58am
haha, you're right with the title. vivid street photo!
24 Nov 2008 10:20pm
wonderful street shot, well composed with a lot of action in it
7 Jan 2009 7:30pm
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