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Posted by
filipe franco (Lagoa, Azores, Portugal) on 17 August 2007 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

Panasonic DMC-FZ50 1/250 second F/5.6 ISO 100 56 mm (35mm equiv.)

rverspirit from Mount Vernon, United States

Absolutely great photo,so revealing of the subjects...great narrative well as a sterling B&W treatment.... Bravo! (one slight adjustment to make from my point of view...maybe crop the ceiling down to the top of the head of the highest figure to draw attention to the subjects a bit more... ;^)

17 Aug 2007 5:57am

@rverspirit: Thank you for the thoughtful comments on my photoblog rverspirit. you are invited to visit the blog whenever you want...Cheers

rverspirit from Mount Vernon, United States

Ps...I hope one day this site has a way to mark favorites or make a favorites album to keep track of the really great photos on this site....of which yours is one of mine...

17 Aug 2007 5:58am

@rverspirit: thanks for adding me to your contact list.I hope you will visit

again all the best. Cheers!

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

the boy looks down at the camera in a very expressive way.

17 Aug 2007 6:06am

@Dimitrios: Many thanks, Dimitrios!

Stan Pulsar from Strasbourg, France

Very nice B&W shot !

17 Aug 2007 1:21pm

@Stan Pulsar: Thank you so very much, Stan!:)

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

I agree with rverspirit - this is a fantastic b&w shot - you judged the b&w conversion to perfection. I love the composition too!

17 Aug 2007 3:19pm

@Ian Bramham: Many thanks, Ian!

Evi from Athens, Greece

Beautiful photo.

17 Aug 2007 3:29pm

@Evi: Thanks Evi!

Daroru from Amagasaki, Japan

Great filipe. Like the summery feel with the light, and low angle capturing the sky.

18 Aug 2007 3:38am

@Daroru: Daroru --- Thanks so much for your comment. I truly appreciate it.
--Best to you

dj.tigersprout from San Bruno, United States

wonderful shot here, candid, random, beautiful weather...

21 Jun 2008 4:42pm

Panasonic DMC-FZ50
1/250 second
ISO 100
56 mm (35mm equiv.)