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... and suddenly they appear
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Urban Cityscape, a stroll at night IV

I felt like an intruder in this city... I knew each and every corner of this street; each bump and potholes, but I was unable to relate myself with the atmosphere... different light, different people, different business at night... I was little scared again... People from the street whom I knew very much turned as strangers... I was trying to make myself comfortable with them... and suddenly they both appeared ... they came in my obsessed mind and walked away... like a wind.

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  • At January 16, 2007 at 7:43 AM, Blogger Jean said…

    cool shot. the lighting is interesting and composition too. Was it shot from the hip? I like the texture of the ground although I wish there were a little more detail in all the dark areas. Not much though. I think the dark look compliments your style though. nice job.

     
  • At January 17, 2007 at 1:30 AM, Blogger Chote said…

    The small cobblestone pave, the light in the back and the auto with the moving leg give an impression that the night is stalled for a moment and the people are passing by.

    Nice :)

     
  • At January 17, 2007 at 1:55 AM, Blogger Aditya Bhelke said…

    Love the writeup. Gives a sence of insecurity and eeeryness to the pic. It almost scares you with anticapation to read whats next.
    I would say this is the best one yet in this b/w series of yours.

     
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