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Old Mar 10, 2005, 4:05 PM   #1
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Unusual reflection's.... a beam of sun peeped thru the inner city streets early evening at a particlar moment,at that time
inner San Fran. is quite gloomy, this shot I took from a car at the stop lights, I had to be quick tho' Amy was driving :-)
The guy in the pic is looking up at something ?, I purposely included the one way sign.

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Old Mar 10, 2005, 4:55 PM   #2
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Unusual reflections
Indeed. Cool shot.


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Old Mar 10, 2005, 5:17 PM   #3
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Large cities offer so many interesting photographic opportunities.:|
Nice work John!
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Old Mar 10, 2005, 9:50 PM   #4
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I like this a lot Boyzo. the urban feel.
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Wow! Great shot! I liked it immediately, but find that it keeps getting even better with further examination. I love the way the face in the picture on the kiosk at lower left echoes the face of the man in the lower right looking up at something in the distance in the direction pointed to by the one way sign. Then there's the sunburst logo on the Crocker Gallery sign between them that echoes the sun's reflection on the building facade. All of those elements together, along with the distorted reflections in the glass facade, captured in a well composed image, add up to a surrealistic photograph that pleases the eye, rewards careful scrutiny and stimulates thought. Or, to put it more succintly, far out dude!
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Wow! Great shot! I liked it immediately, but find that it keeps getting even better with further examination. I love the way the face in the picture on the kiosk at lower left echoes the face of the man in the lower right looking up at something in the distance in the direction pointed to by the one way sign. Then there's the sunburst logo on the Crocker Gallery sign between them that echoes the sun's reflection on the building facade. All of those elements together, along with the distorted reflections in the glass facade, captured in a well composed image, add up to a surrealistic photograph that pleases the eye, rewards careful scrutiny and stimulates thought. Or, to put it more succintly, far out dude!
Carolina is down south
You are very observant the guy looking up and the face in the Kiosk was sheer luck. I homed in on the reflection and the 1 way sign ...
San Fran is nice City. BAy area the GG bridge ... the Hilly
part where Bullit was filmed ... the Jazz region...

here is a Kiosk image look at the guy in shorts
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Old Mar 10, 2005, 11:51 PM   #8
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Nice work boyzo. Showin' em how it's done with the handy, dandy FZ1v2
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