Thursday’s Special: Clandestine

This week, Paula has given us five words from which to choose one or more to illustrate…I am choosing Clandestine.

First up, the literal illustration – this was a hidden printer, used to create the clandestine publications produced by the Warsaw Uprising.:

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Now for the emotive image (one that I have used before)…. in the shadows of night time Warsaw, who knows what clandestine activity might be going on here:

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More over at Paula’s here.

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32 comments

  1. An ideal combination, Sue. The person in the lower picture might well have been making their way to that secret printing press!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Wonderful. When I see a street shot like yours, I am sorry I don’t live in the old town of Zagreb to capture something similar in the wee hours. The printer interpretation is excellent, Sue, but I love the second a bit more. Thank you. I was glad to see you participate.

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  4. The second image is brilliant – so film noir.

  5. Atmospheric and technically clever. That is what I think of the second shot. Particularly interesting as I was recently in Warsaw!

  6. Both images are great, the first one appeal to my heart since I use to work in a printing office and I love those old machines. The second image is so perfectly composed and it is an interesting photo that brings a lot of questions to the veiwer.

  7. Sue I can just imagine your face when you saw this, it ticks several of your boxes!

  8. I thought he was just heading out for a pint! One track mind, some folk, Sue 🙂

  9. Fantastic street shot, Sue. The printer definitely qualifies for sinister. What a history!

  10. I love the composition, light, angles, silhouette in that second image. Great shot, Sue.

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