Empty Chairs

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Uploaded 6 May 2008 — 8 favorites
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© Ben O'Neal
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Photo Info
UploadedMay 6, 2008
TakenJanuary 12, 2008
Exposure1/320 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.3 mm
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Long since stopped, the chairlift hangs motionless above the trees.

7 responses

  • Travis Carpenter

    Travis Carpenter gave props (14 May 2008):

    The photo is able to express a feeling of desertedness.

  • Les Rhoades

    Les Rhoades said (24 Jun 2008):

    And to think my skis are away for the summer!
    This is simple and effective. I can see this hangin in a ski lodge.

  • Jennifer Cochran

    Jennifer Cochran gave props (1 Aug 2008):

    Incredible shot! Love this is b&w. Just need to learn how to ski now!

  • Sheryl Zajdowicz

    Sheryl Zajdowicz gave props (2 Aug 2008):

    I love the use of B & W for this shot...it really conveys the feeling of despair the avid skier feels every season's end!

  • Zeina Kassem

    Zeina Kassem gave props (3 Aug 2008):

    beautiful..lots of feelings in this photo

  • Chlo Chlo

    Chlo Chlo gave props (8 Aug 2008):

    this is amazing!!!!

  • Gil Blanchette

    Gil Blanchette gave props (16 Aug 2008):

    Great shot, use of desaturated color. It gives it that distressed feel.

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