Black & White Sunday: How to Tell a Story Through B&W photography

An attempt at responding to the challenge today over at Paula’s site:

What's the Story

What’s the Story

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  1. I think they have got the message and are hurrying “this way”….

  2. Did you go to the Singapore exhibition? I read up on it, and it looks interesting.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. There’s a lot of potential just in their movement.

  4. Following the arrows? 🙂 It’s far from poor, Sue. I like it, and I am grateful for seeing it. 🙂

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  7. My impression is that these guys are not following the sign because they really could care less but they could have gone there. While Mr. JPN is busy chatting while walking; however, whatever is going on Singapore way does seem to have the attention of the man in the foreground somewhat.

  8. Who wouldn’t rush to see Singapore, Inside Out? 🙂 🙂

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