8-4-2010 (Alameda, Ca)

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UploadedSeptember 26, 2010
TakenAugust 4, 2010
MakePanasonic
ModelDMC-LX3
Exposure1/800 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5.1 mm
ISO80
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Second image in the series about this amazing mural I was fortunate to find.

There's a lot of detail in this image so I promise it's much better Large :) Please CLICK HERE TO VIEW.

In the The Fading Forest photo essay.

18 responses

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (26 Sep 2010):

    Bravo!

  • Tricia Louvar

    Tricia Louvar said (26 Sep 2010):

    how i adore urban art. nice use of streetlight shadow as the focus point. smart.

  • Llorenç Rosanes

    Llorenç Rosanes (Deleted) gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    Till now this is the best, for me. The frontal look is always more powerful, meaningful, forthright, bold...

  • Caroline Penris

    Caroline Penris gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    so much to see, and so very well balanced!

  • Lise Utne

    Lise Utne   gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    I agree with the above ^ ^ ^ ^

  • Jim Ford

    Jim Ford (Deleted) gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    very nice canvass....well done!

  • Joy B

    Joy B gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    Great find!

  • Antoni Benavente

    Antoni Benavente gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    beautiful frame!

  • Minno Ramírez Terrón

    Minno Ramírez Terrón gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    en cierta manera esa estructura se me parece a un barco, fantastica!!!

  • elfriede fulda

    elfriede fulda gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    I am glad you are continuing with this series,,it is crazy great. Alexis

  • dp *

    dp * gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    Cool photo, LuvIt !!

  • iseebeauty

    iseebeauty (Deleted) gave props (27 Sep 2010):

    fantastic

  • Mark Gilliland

    Mark Gilliland gave props (28 Sep 2010):

    Love it!!

  • claudia luthi

    claudia luthi gave props (28 Sep 2010):

    you are in deed a very lucky man and I can feel the joy and excitement you must have felt when photographing this extraordinary piece of anonimous expression

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (29 Sep 2010):

    Wonderful series.

  • Michele Randell

    Michele Randell gave props (29 Sep 2010):

    Love the intersecting line shadows!

  • peter

    peter said (4 Oct 2010):

    Alexis, right now sitting in a Moscow coffee shop with 2 (new) friends from Novosibirsk and scrolling through your oeuvre here on jpg … it’s such a delight! Moscow isn’t a colorful city; it’s no city with a secret, irony, soul. Forms (architecture for instance) are rude/rough, even brutal, bombastic, not filigree, colors are right from the paint box, no nuances, no airiness. So WE admire the airiness of a wall painting you documented, because you documented…took...framed…etc. the way you did: soulful. plus the splendid idea to do a series of it, now an offer to do a journey, to do ‘dives’ … the beauty, the irony, the ambiguity of your other photos, to speculate about your idea to take them, to find associations, a fitting poem, a line from an Russian novelist (Russians are very into literature, the world’s literature, it’s breathtaking!) … so, we simply feel very well, exited, touched, isnpired while we look through them. That I wanted to tell you and that is what Andrej and Sergej want me to tell you (they ‘only’ speak German).
    P.S. tomorrow I will return with my students back to Berlin. Though we had finally an exhausting time here, doing workshops for actors and showing 2 or our plays, the time was fantastic, the city is fascinating, well: the megacity. I hadn’t much time to walk around and taking pictures, the 5th day my camera stopped working … for sure I will visit Moscow again; only myself and with 2 cameras!

  • Eric Sayah

    Eric Sayah gave props (7 Oct 2010):

    Exquisite!!!

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