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Blue Hour - Pub Guest - February Outside Pleasure

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My walk during our city at the blue hour almost ended here and I was thinking about to have a nice draught. But then I decided to have a last shot of the day with this guest sitting outside a pub in February!

 

 

Leica Q - 2.8 - 1/125 sec - ISO 8000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi Iduna - looks like he is getting some peace and quiet out there.  The colors give a good feel for the evening mood.  And the Audi in the background provides an additional nice German touch

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Oh, Adam,

yes - the city where parking is rare, is full of those Audi,BMW,SUVs. Yes, tranquil it was - many thanks for your feedback.

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Colors and "drawing" remind me of Norman Rockwell's illustrations. Beautiful shot.

 

Paul.

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Paul,

 

oh that's nice if this picture is causing associations. Thanks.

 

Jhon,

thank you so much for stopping by...

 

Rodrigue,

 

wow, very kind feedback - thank you.

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I agree with Paul....nice capture!

 Thank you very much for your nice feedback!

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  Hello Iduna.

I like this shot a lot.First of all the excellent composition,the light ,the church window adds a lot to the ambiance and the reader or texting person on the bench. Greetings: John Basso.

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John,

 

oh, thank you for your detailed review. This is well appreciated!

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interesting light and colors, I like that small red points, the bandana, the pen (?) on the table, the ashtray, the bottle cap...

robert

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Robert,

 

thanks for looking so closely. These subtle things are probably why one is being attracted to the scene as a photographer seeing it as a whole harmonious entire scene. Afterwards on the monitor you get to see what you got. In the moment of shooting one is fully concentrated on getting the subject sharp.

Thank you very much.

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