Street/ 7

Stormy seas in London, E2…

Another motion blur image this time, of course, the idea to show the tumult of the storm

Stormy seas

Stormy seas

The art is another one by the street artist Jim Vision… he painted the scene that appeared in Street/ 6 but I couldn’t remember his name when I put that post up.

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45 comments

  1. Street Art is definitely improving since I left London Sue!
    Good blur too; and it works.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Perfectly “melted” together, making the storm almost come alive…

  3. This one gives us the tempest feeling, huiii! 🙂

  4. Gosh, some great street art in London Sue. Next time I visit I want a map from you!

  5. Wonderful Sue and thank you for including the explanation. The movement really adds!

  6. Excellent Sue – very Turner-esque.

  7. Wonderful capture – what a terrific piece of art! Thanks Sue – enjoyed this one very much.

    • There certainly are some amazing pieces of art…the fun is trying to create my own story with the juxtaposition of passers-by with the art!

  8. Awesome! I’m loving the street art by itself, never mind what you’ve achieved in this image. The blur is perfect as the biker looks like he’s crashing into and becoming one with the crashing waves. That’s the immediate effect it had on me when I saw it, he just melted into the wave! Thumbs up!

  9. I love the way you interpret each scene Sue. Very artistic vision

  10. Very inspiring photography. The motion blur so suits the scene. Great work.

  11. I’ve missed a few here Sue due to my techy issues. Love this, the mural and the blur is wonderful…

  12. The blurred cyclist and mural go together perfectly – it takes a little luck and a sharp eye and plenty of skill! 🙂

    • Many thanks! I like to create my own luck by finding a place, and waiting patiently for the right combination….sometimes works! Plus trying to think about how to create what I want with regard to camera settings….glad you liked this one 🙂

  13. I love this, love how the meters are painted too 🙂 You know if the pirate bay had a legitimate HQ I’m pretty sure this is what it would look like 😀

  14. Very cool camera blur against the blurred street art

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