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Into the light! This one was taken in Shoreditch on a bright, sunny day – and this was a great place for getting silhouettes!

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Out of the gloom

The more beady eyed of you may spot a couple of tiny figures in the distance, but they are only bit players, I still consider there is only one figure that our eyes concentrate on…..

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37 comments

  1. Beautiful photo with a great contrast.

  2. My eyes are not as beady as they were, but the figures can be seen. I agree though, one person stands out, and the inner city feel makes it work very well indeed.
    best wishes, Pete.

  3. Beautiful game between light and shade, really cool

  4. From darkness into light is something I never manage. You do – beautifully.

  5. Wonderful capture, Sue. I can even see the motion as that figure hurries out into the sunlight. 🙂

  6. Cool image! Looks like an opening scene from an old movie.

  7. Scene from a thriller movie. Is she about to be mugged? I can hear the dramatic music. Too much cake has obviously addled my brain (even further, Sue 🙂 )

  8. Very quiet for a London street.

    • Sue

      It wasn’t for long, there was nearly always someone about, and there were people a little way behind me as I was taking the shot…..but choose your moment, and a different story can be told. (Actually, I must confess to cloning out a couple of people in the distance, but don’t tell 😉)

  9. Great image! I want to join her and explore the city. And maybe catch up with those two way up front! 🙂

  10. I especially like the reflection in the sidewalk.. I think it adds so much atmosphere to the dark portions

  11. I am beady eyed (when your photos are concerned) and I love this photo. Not your standard subject. Is there a face somewhere for tonight’s challenge?

  12. Excellent shot – love the double lines following her out.

  13. Love the narrative in this capture. And very well managed in an awkward lighting situation.

  14. Lovely contrast in this shot, Sue.

  15. Wonderfully moody shot Sue!

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