The watcher in the shadows

Another image from a while ago that I decided to convert to monochrome:

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27 comments

  1. I remember this one, Sue. The silhouette works well in B&W.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. This photo has just so much expression! Well done! Thank you and greetings.

  3. It transmits a deep sense of solitude to me.

  4. I like the monochrome look you gave it.

  5. I like the B&W. This shot has wonderful perspective that I hadn’t noticed as much in the color.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Victoria! Many years ago I used to take quite a lot of B&W images, developing and printing them (not too successfully at times), and am finding myself drawn to monochrome again….so much easier with a digital darkroom!!

  6. A friendly shaped shadow, I like it!

  7. I like that you have a person in the image – and I think it makes the image more interesting in B&W.

  8. A great – probably inevitable – title. Although the watcher is in fact the shadow, and quite an eerie, maybe even sinister, watcher. Such denseness and such a solid shape, appearing totally motionless, almost like a 3D cut out. I like the idea of a digital darkroom.

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