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.

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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