One / 56 Caught in the light

Another ‘One’ from Malaga:




  1. You judged that one right, Sue. One foot backward and he would have been lost in the shadows.

  2. You caught the right moment…

  3. Great capture in that shaft of light, Sue. And I like the pattern on the paving too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. This one as an unsettling edge to it. Great capture.

  5. I recognise that street! It’s the turistico sign that gives it away.

  6. Wow 😳 so vintage..
    how I would love ❤️ to travel to some of these places

  7. A really good capture of the person in the light.

  8. Black and white makes this all the more impressive.

  9. You’ll be up to 100 1s by Christmas at this rate. When you set off with an intention, you certainly … do whatever you do with effective intentions! I love the geometric line she in this one – the pavement; the doors; the shape into perspective.

    • Sue

      Before I went on this trip, I told myself to start using light and shadow. Something I don’t practice at home with as the light is often not good or I can’t get out when it is because it’s too hot

    • Sue

      Oh, and forgot to say I had a glut of ‘One’s’ from Andalucia, more than I have ever had in such a short period of time, and they’ll be running out soon. ….

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