This long exposure photograph from Victoria Pickering brings out many great colors we wouldn’t see in a daylight photo. The interior lights from the bus and the lights from the cars add to the ever-so-slight movement of the people the image.
I’ve shot the occasional DC Rollergirl photo, so I know a good one when I see it. The falling of the light on the skater’s face and upper body, whether naturally occurring or cleverly set up is what really makes this beautiful image from Pablo Benavente. The subtle rendition of the cluttered surroundings balances perfectly with the skater’s focused expression and the smooth skin tones of her arms, shoulders and back.
So many choices! Flickr user ep_jhu shows us that a familiar subject, placed in an unfamiliar way can make for an interesting photograph. This layout at Barmini makes the toilet paper look like part of a carnival game. He also showed great restraint in not unraveling them all, or dropping a large disc on the top and screaming, “Plinko!”
Jack Nicholson’s The Shining character drawn in chalk is enough to scare the dogs. One is hiding while the other howls, which are the two options for people watching the movie. Great find by Patrick Onofre.
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