Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro Brazil

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UploadedApril 7, 2011
TakenFebruary 5, 2011
Exposure1/30 sec at f/2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5.1 mm
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6 responses

  • Judy and Wayne Wanamaker

    Judy and Wayne Wanamaker gave props (7 Apr 2011):

    Amazing wood textures and inlays! Beautifully captured.

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes gave props (10 Apr 2011):

    Must say I find this image highly disturbing, Alexis. The stain on the floor looks like dried blood. The closed shutter suggests an attempt to hide a bloody crime scene.

  • Shirley Valencia

    Shirley Valencia   said (14 Apr 2011):


  • Joy B

    Joy B gave props (20 Apr 2011):

    I agree with Deborah! I thought the same thing!

  • Alexis - Now on Flickr

    Alexis - Now on Flickr said (21 Apr 2011):

    Thank you Deborah and Joy, that's very interesting feedback. That interpretation never occurred to me - my sense of the image was more along the lines of a once grand estate evidencing the passage of time - which of course is the reality of the place. It's instructive to see how the image can be read when its context is absent.

  • Andrea S

    Andrea S said (11 May 2011):

    Even more interesting to read the interpretation when one can read what the "real" story is afterwards!

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