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32 responses

  • Allen Freeman

    Allen Freeman gave props (12 Sep 2009):

    How about the title: "Middle Income" or "Someone Grew Up Here." Nice shot.

  • Josee Sheppard

    Josee Sheppard gave props (16 Sep 2009):

    good shot.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (16 Sep 2009):

    Fantastic light and shadow show.

  • Gigi Leonard

    Gigi Leonard gave props (21 Sep 2009):

    something about this... is perfect. nice shot.

  • Kim Martin

    Kim Martin gave props (21 Sep 2009):

    great symmetry and colors

  • Jennifer Shanley

    Jennifer Shanley said (22 Sep 2009):

    I agree with Gigi, there's just something about this image. It reminds me of some of the classic architecture magazine images. Very clean and simple yet grabs your attention. Nice work.

  • Eva Hoffman

    Eva Hoffman gave props (23 Sep 2009):

    Great light and color. I like it!

  • Jesús L. Yapor

    Jesús L. Yapor (Deleted) gave props (24 Sep 2009):

    I like the lighting here!

  • Alexis - Now on Flickr

    Alexis - Now on Flickr gave props (29 Sep 2009):

    Great light..it pays to really look at every element of this image

  • Dave Taylor

    Dave Taylor said (10 Oct 2009):

    Really terrific! :)

  • Norm Levin

    Norm Levin gave props (23 Oct 2009):

    It takes a second or two to register what kind of unlikely neighbors these poor folks have. Suggested title: Zoning Nightmare on Elm Street

  • Carolina DePaula

    Carolina DePaula said (9 Nov 2009):

    so simple, so perfect!

  • Dustin Petersen

    Dustin Petersen (Deleted) said (17 Nov 2009):

    Nice capture. This reminds me of an 1950s middle-class home. I almost expect the dad to come out any minute and fire up the charcoal grill. What kind of filter did you use for this? I want to get one!

  • Yana Edwin Murphy

    Yana Edwin Murphy said (29 Nov 2009):

    Between the refinery and array of power lines, this is quite a shot.

  • Howard Dratch

    Howard Dratch said (30 Nov 2009):

    Well done. The architecture of the mundane, a working class home with work-place encroaching: neat, precise, well-kept house in a neat, precise, well-seen frame.

  • diego miranda

    diego miranda said (7 Dec 2009):

    blue or purple?

  • Adrian Goh

    Adrian Goh gave props (18 Dec 2009):

    Nice tone!

  • Daniela V

    Daniela V gave props (23 Dec 2009):

    just beautiful. Got my vote!

  • Darla Dean

    Darla Dean said (30 Dec 2009):

    Daniel...I like your style. You say so much with so little. This image being a perfect example. Great show. ~DD

  • Paolo Zanella

    Paolo Zanella said (4 Jan 2010):

    Nice light and tone of colours

  • Kimberly DeSantis

    Kimberly DeSantis gave props (4 Jan 2010):

    The colors and lines are wonderful!! :)

  • Zynp Blr

    Zynp Blr (Deleted) said (11 Jan 2010):

    So great and matter-of-fact. Love your photos of exteriors!

  • Mostafa Amirkhani

    Mostafa Amirkhani said (17 Jan 2010):

    Shadows Are very Warm & Light ...

    You Have my vote ...

  • Samecia Sanders

    Samecia Sanders (Deleted) said (5 Feb 2010):

    tremendous shot! good luck to you:)

  • Cheryl Castilleja

    Cheryl Castilleja gave props (8 Feb 2010):

    I agree completely with Darla Dean's comment. Very nice.

  • Cristina Coltro

    Cristina Coltro said (9 Feb 2010):

    It is kind of sad but I like it very much so. Good job!

  • Sandra Lozes

    Sandra Lozes said (15 Feb 2010):

    What strikes me is the content. It leaves me wanting to know who, if anyone lives there? So bare is the yard and the porch. Like a makeshift home for a graveyard shift worker hired by the intrusive factory in background; the factory that created jobs and homes. Reminds me of a petrochemical town called Pasadena, Tx. Houses backed up to toxic gas coming from the many, many oil, gas & chemical plants. Just driving through on the highway made you want to hold your breath because the smell was noxious.

    A great shot for the subject- Economy !

  • Jean-paul Sarrailh

    Jean-paul Sarrailh said (27 Feb 2010):

    Interesting.

  • John Smith

    John Smith (Deleted) gave props (3 Mar 2010):

    That works for me...voted.

  • Michael Maliner

    Michael Maliner said (28 May 2010):

    Beautiful shot - especially w/ those shadows on the front of the dwelling. There the potential for a good photo essay here.

  • Ken Jupp

    Ken Jupp gave props (1 Sep 2010):

    Simple, elegant, yet disturbing..... I love it!!!

  • Merike Mäll

    Merike Mäll gave props (10 Feb 2012):

    hea leid--väga ilus

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