Mission fire

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© Carol Arntsen Masiak
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UploadedMay 29, 2011
TakenMay 13, 2011
MakeSony
ModelDSC-W300
Exposure1/1000 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.6 mm
ISO200
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33 responses

  • Judy and Wayne Wanamaker

    Judy and Wayne Wanamaker gave props (29 May 2011):

    Fantastic and dramatic street shot! Excellent capture, Carol!

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes   gave props (29 May 2011):

    A still from a movie...wonderful tones

  • Maria Mutch

    Maria Mutch (Deleted) gave props (30 May 2011):

    Despite that something dangerous--and possibly tragic--is occurring, it's strikingly beautiful. The hose and wires and texture of the house are great elements.

  • Carlos Aviles

    Carlos Aviles gave props (30 May 2011):

    Great shot

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (30 May 2011):

    Wonderful sepia tones, Carol. I hope everyone was safe. It's a terrific image.

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (30 May 2011):

    Well seen and documented

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (30 May 2011):

    I can almost feel the heat and smell the smoke! A terrific capture, Carol!!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (30 May 2011):

    Fantastic street photography.

  • Debrah Leonard

    Debrah Leonard (Deleted) gave props (30 May 2011):

    wow whee.... this looks like out of a famous photography book

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (30 May 2011):

    Sensational!

  • Anthony Cronin

    Anthony Cronin gave props (30 May 2011):

    amazing work -- jealous

  • elfriede fulda

    elfriede fulda gave props (31 May 2011):

    thank goodness we have people like these brave men..this is amazing !

  • Carlo Pagan

    Carlo Pagan gave props (1 Jun 2011):

    WoW! Awesome! this is my job, thanks to the tribute!

  • Adriana Castellanos

    Adriana Castellanos said (2 Jun 2011):

    wow amazing capture!!!

  • Kate Masiak

    Kate Masiak gave props (3 Jun 2011):

    feels a little like it's lost in time. great shot!

  • Lêda Nardelli

    Lêda Nardelli gave props (6 Jun 2011):

    great job!

  • Razvan Florian

    Razvan Florian gave props (7 Jun 2011):

    Very powerful!

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (7 Jun 2011):

    Simply perfect, and cinematic shot!

  • adniloj

    adniloj gave props (8 Jun 2011):

    another perfect entry Carol

  • Lisa Toleno

    Lisa Toleno (Deleted) gave props (16 Jun 2011):

    great shot!

  • davidLawson

    davidLawson   gave props (22 Jun 2011):

    Great tones,wonderful composition!

  • Ronnie Ginnever

    Ronnie Ginnever   gave props (26 Jun 2011):

    Wonderful capture!

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes   gave props (7 Jul 2011):

    Love the drama and tones. Hope no one was hurt.

  • Paperini Renato

    Paperini Renato gave props (8 Jul 2011):

    Great photos, excellent choice monochrome, congratulations

  • Raje Esteban

    Raje Esteban gave props (9 Aug 2011):

    great storytelling capture

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins   gave props (17 Oct 2011):

    excellent find and entry. wonderful tones.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (18 Oct 2011):

    "SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN'!" entry! (apologies to Jim Carrey)

  • stuart s

    stuart s   gave props (19 Oct 2011):

    A great shot of an unfortunate event accentuated all the more by the slight sepia tones.

  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith said (21 Oct 2011):

    Definitely in the moment photo-journalistic shot. Awesome street scene.

  • Mike Morris

    Mike Morris said (21 Oct 2011):

    Black and white is a good choice.

  • Hazed Perceive

    Hazed Perceive gave props (23 Oct 2011):

    Brilliant...

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner said (6 Jan 2012):

    The apparent simplicity of this documentary photograph reveals upon closer consideration how the elements of perspective and composition - when used without any artificial devices or effects - but just a straight-forward image with all the conscious elements of construction arranged from an historical point of view...produces a clear view of reality, in which the viewer can consciously enter inside the frame of the picture and sense the depth of field in the third dimension. Without artifacts the eye accepts the illusion of depth and the sensibilities of the atmosphere.
    There is a difference between an image intended for photojournalism as contrasted with a documentary image...this honest documentary image was not created or edited for publication or advertising - and thus it has an integrity associated with it that separates it from commercial or propaganda corruption.
    In fact, since the vast publishing empire in America is now under the embedded control of the 1% minority that has usurped the communication media - it is not easy for anyone in the 99% Majority to find an independent 'journal' that does not subvert photographs into the propaganda pollution by a nepotistic editorial conspiracy.
    A good documentary image requires an integrity of purpose - to be honest about the historical view of America and The American People at the moment in history.
    Nice timeless shot...Carol....and thank you for the Contact.

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner gave props (7 Jan 2012):

    Carol, I just wrote you a message thanking you for your kind response - but unfortunately the message was denied access of transmission and my connection to JPG was terminated. However, I will persist to send this message until you receive it. Whenever I mention the truth about freedom of speech and the right to privacy...the message is deleted and I am disconnected from from the site - this secret method of censorship is used to repress dissent on the Internet against any citizen that speaks out the truth - that reveals America is being destroyed by an enemy within that has subverted and occupied the nation by deceit and treachery - in a war against The American People. The Denial Of Access (DOA) Conspiracy is a secret operation that uses spyware and malware built into our computers and programs - to invade the privacy of our lives and control information - spying on and suppressing truth and dissent - especially against those individuals that speak out the natural desire for peace, justice and free enterprise. Without the right of privacy there is no freedom of speech, and without truth...there is no democracy - and by subverting the freedom of the press by an embedded media - the American people are deprived of contact with the soul of their own nation. America is occupied by an hidden enemy within that prevail only through conspiracy, lies and deceit. This is what I said in the first message to you which was deliberately trashed - and the public enemy has become so arrogant in their conquest of authority...that they no longer attempt to mask the fact that they are spying and censoring communication to prevent the truth from being transmitted the between citizens. Documentary photography deals with truth and realism, which is anathema to those engaged in the DOA Conspiracy - we are all under attack by a parasitic regime that operates from deep in the darkness, and who are ruthless in their efforts to turn out the beacons of truth that light the way of liberty for all mankind... I will post this message to you as a prop to your documentary image.... an image that speaks with clear realism. AL

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