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I debated a black and white or colour version of this….in the end the monochrome won. A fast-reaction image, no time to set up position, angle etc, but it has worked as I hoped. A ‘decisive moment’, caught just in time as she soon disappeared at a fast clip around a cluttered corner. I love the old building, a perfect backdrop!

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Also linked to Paula’s Black & White Sunday, as there are diagonal leading lines (and other diagonals) here!

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67 comments

  1. Perfect. All the lines and the black and white.

  2. The Tudor building suited B&W perfectly, Sue. Nice shot.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Great shot ! Alsace France or Germany ?

  4. I have passed that house several times – excellent shot!

  5. This is wonderful, and the scene is more interesting with a human figure with inclined bicycle. Very nice to see you back with us, Sue.

  6. Pingback: Black & White Sunday: Diagonals | Lost in Translation

  7. Well done Sue, I would have been too slow!

  8. Yes, Sue, the B&W white works perfectly. Such a pleasing shot!

    janet

  9. Excellent grab Sue – sometimes you have little time to react but it works out as if you’d spent days planning the shot! This was one of those times.

  10. Wonderful lines Sue! You have such a good eye.

  11. I love this photo, and the whole concept. You are one of the reasons I’m beginning to people my photos.

  12. Looks really good in B&W, Sue – Timeless.

  13. Very quick on the draw Sue. Perfectly positioned

  14. Great picture Sue – so dramatic in black and white!

  15. Nice shot. The building is perfect.

  16. Liking this one A LOT! 🙂

  17. Suzanne

    How wonderful. I like the contrasting shapes and the strong diagonals.

  18. I love this shot- everything about it- the B&W, the person with bicycle, the house- all of it!

  19. I love the backdrop too!! wonderful image!

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