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Post by crowellphotographs on Wed Jul 15, 2009 12:20 pm

Awesome shots Ken! The whole bunch.

I don't know how I haven't seen many of these but I love them all. The street shots (the ones that have been shot from the middle of the road) have a mystical feel to them. I think the term "timeless" is sometimes overused when referring to B/W shots, but those definitely earn the moniker.

In the last two you just posted, the first one is good but doesn't make me as curious as the second.
That tough guy with the rose and a smoke is fascinating. What's he doing with the rose? What's he looking at? Is he tough or just a softy????

I've been staring at it for a few minutes now... great shot, great moment, great body language.

Thanks for sharing Ken.
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Post by Nando on Wed Jul 15, 2009 8:19 pm

Both are good.

I like the one with the birds. Domesticated animals are often good subjects for street photography.

The one with the tough guy is good. Well composed and nice moment. Seems like everything was closed that day.
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Post by Kenneth Armstrong on Wed Jul 15, 2009 8:32 pm

Thanks. I should have mentioned the last two are HP5 in HC-110. The more I look back the more I like the HP5 in Rodinal shots, like the street shots posted earlier. I didn't like the grain as much at the time but it's growing on me.

That wasn't a great area of Toronto so I didn't stick around to ask him who he was waiting for Very Happy
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Post by Kenneth Armstrong on Wed Jul 15, 2009 8:33 pm

I like the bird one too but it got no love on Flickr or RFF.
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Post by Nando on Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:27 pm

A picture of the box that your M5 came in would probably be of more interest to the RFF crowd.

I like photographs that humanizes animals. Either the image is amusing or it reflects something about us homo sapiens for better or worse (usually for worse).
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