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This was just a lucky capture whilst planning to photograph just the building - sometimes luck is on your side. Taken in Paris in 2002 using an M6 with 50mm Summicron f2 and T400CN film.

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Gerry,

 

A wonderful use of patterns and symmetry in your composition,  Excellent light and shadows all go together to make an exceptional picture.

 

Paul

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Gerry,

 

A wonderful use of patterns and symmetry in your composition,  Excellent light and shadows all go together to make an exceptional picture.

 

Paul

 

Thank you Paul. I just managed to grab one frame, and was so lucky to catch her foot off the ground. Thanks for commenting.

 

Gerry

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I love that silhouette contre-jour. The mood created by your composition is superb!

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I love that silhouette contre-jour. The mood created by your composition is superb!

 

Thank you for commenting Louis2, so glad you like it.

 

Gerry

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Gerry, I enjoyed seeing this photo; a fine shot! The framing is spot on, and the placement of vintage and modern architecture, grounded by the woman on the move, speak to the importance of waiting for the right moment. A sharp eye you have! Thanks!

 

Larry

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Gerry, I enjoyed seeing this photo; a fine shot! The framing is spot on, and the placement of vintage and modern architecture, grounded by the woman on the move, speak to the importance of waiting for the right moment. A sharp eye you have! Thanks!

 

Larry

 

You are very kind - I guess we all get lucky sometimes. 

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