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© Penelope T.
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UploadedOctober 12, 2007
TakenOctober 11, 2007
MakeOlympus Imaging Corp.
ModelSP510UZ
Exposure1/25 sec at f/3.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.3 mm
ISO1600
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9 responses

  • Charles Rushton

    Charles Rushton said (13 Oct 2007):

    Interesting. Full of ambiguity. Lots of room for the viewer’s imagination to roam and play.

  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (16 Oct 2007):

    very strong composition! love the grain

  • Tim Smith-Laing

    Tim Smith-Laing gave props (21 Oct 2007):

    great shot! I love this...

  • G.W. Jones

    G.W. Jones (Deleted) said (24 Oct 2007):

    Nice sense of mystery!

  • melletios kyriakidis

    melletios kyriakidis said (30 Dec 2007):

    :)
    what kind of international socket is this...

  • Eric Alladayé

    Eric Alladayé said (8 Apr 2008):

    j'aime bcp cette utilisation du "banal"...

  • ina:botao

    ina:botao (Deleted) said (5 Aug 2009):

    simply ingenious!

  • Brian Betteridge

    Brian Betteridge gave props (1 Jan 2010):

    seems so simple but there's so much to look at and think about. and i like the grain too.

  • Fernando Villalobos

    Fernando Villalobos said (1 Jan 2010):

    Common objects , caught with this kind of perspectived, say more of a place than a wide angle shot... like it.

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