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Spotted in the Old Town, Warsaw, at night….

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40 comments

  1. Loved this, reminded me a little of symbolist and surrealist works, and I was expecting to be drawn into some kind of noir narrative. Outstanding, Sue.

  2. I absolutely love this one, Sue. The lighting, composition, and graphic nature of the image take this to another level. No mean feat for night photography.
    Ω

  3. Most atmospheric 😀

  4. Very atmospheric, Sue. Like a scene from ‘The Third Man.’
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Looks like most of the well-deserved superlatives have been used, Sue. I’ll just agree.

    janet

  6. This would make such a wonderful poetry or flash fiction prompt. I agree–tres noir.

  7. That message? I think I got it. No more nagging. I may ask you if I may use it if a flash fiction story hits me.

    • Sue

      Oh, please nag, one day it might stir me into action! And yes, just let me know if you want to use the image for flash fiction!

  8. It looks like a still from a crime film!

  9. Perfectly positioned figure, Sue.

  10. Great image Sue – the figure could be an Antony Gormley statue.

  11. When were your there? This framing is perfect!

  12. Is that my Warsaw? A wonderful shot, with a perfectly placed figure. I love it.

  13. It’s all been said! 🙂 🙂

  14. BUT… I sometimes smart Alek myself into forgetting what I was going to say! Did you convert from colour? It works so beautifully in B & W. 🙂

    • Sue

      These days I always convert from colour, with a little help from Nik software…. Years ago I used to use B&W film, but no longer!

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