Team Project / March 2010
Geometry Proposed by
Geometry surrounds us, whether in towns or nature, inside, outside, in minimalism and larger views. It can mean color or not, repetition, plants, architecture, people, as long as there are shapes involved.
stevev1    gun shy
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flydragon    the metal bamboo
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AnimeshRay    Celestial geometry
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prezntime    Take the A Train
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El Inglés    The market stalls
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Stig    My Bike
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stevev1    x factor
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njosnavelin    Looking up
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njosnavelin    Looking down
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AnimeshRay    Celestial geometry
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El Inglés    Leaving her heart in Tokyo
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El Inglés    The market stalls
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El Inglés    A shower of light and shadow
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Xavis    Light Trees
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Xavis    The Woman on the Other Side
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prezntime    Take the A Train
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stevev1    gun shy
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flydragon    the metal bamboo
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Stig 4/5/2010 3:37:30 PM
Almost missed the hand! Nice contrast between the train and the inanimate station.

Stig 4/5/2010 3:35:06 PM
Gets my vote. I love the strong vertical lines here, but my best bit is the gun (obviously).

Stig 4/4/2010 4:02:06 AM
Looks good to me.

El Inglés 3/31/2010 12:40:01 PM
A minimalist interpretation, Steve, but it works just fine.

El Inglés 3/30/2010 1:07:54 PM
Thanks, Steve. OLD ones (2006 & 2007) but yes, there are pictures from me! :-)

stevev1 3/30/2010 11:57:14 AM
The lens flare is unfortunate in this type of image but the geometry is wonderful

stevev1 3/30/2010 11:56:22 AM
I had seen this before in your Bangkok workers series. It's a superb image as a standalone also

stevev1 3/30/2010 11:54:28 AM
Finaly we get El pictures!!!
That shadow is of enormous vallue for this image

Stig 3/30/2010 4:35:53 AM
Pick of the bunch for me. Great perspective!

El Inglés 3/29/2010 10:50:41 AM
A fine interpretation of project, Michele. Strong composition and excellent tones.

njosnavelin 3/28/2010 7:40:38 PM

Hehe Simon, always the first to post, me always the last :-).  Striking result,  love the feeling of height given by the verticality (how heigh was it really ?) and the almost nonchalant silhouette of the man. Situation looks very hot in Bangkok, hope you are doing fine.


njosnavelin 3/28/2010 6:52:26 PM
Hi, it's great to see you posting !! :-), hope it's not a first/last time, please....more...
I knew this one from your intro and site and well, I think I already told you how much I like it ?, the mix of diagonal and polygones, beautifully fine tuned greys, and the "lightness" of the whole.

njosnavelin 3/28/2010 6:46:23 PM
Two trains in the postings...and two the timeless result, grain and tonality, there something very nostalgic for me here, superb, Chris.

njosnavelin 3/28/2010 6:44:08 PM

What can I say ? For me it's perfect.  It would be a fav straightaway. Superb use of the DOF, everything in the right place. Bravo !

njosnavelin 3/28/2010 6:41:26 PM
I agree with our Englishman :-).  The detail of the foot on the upper right corner is a killer !

El Inglés 3/26/2010 9:50:19 AM

Excellent use of shape and colour, Animesh. It really pops.

El Inglés 3/25/2010 9:37:12 PM
Superb, Steve. Technically A+ all the way.

AnimeshRay 3/24/2010 8:23:24 PM
Love it! The shadow on the pavement is an element of surprise.
Happy birthday!

AnimeshRay 3/24/2010 8:21:43 PM
That hand is awesome!

AnimeshRay 3/24/2010 8:20:45 PM
Lovely catch, excellent visualization.

El Inglés 3/21/2010 5:11:53 PM
Hola Javi, very many thanks for your comment. I almost didn't take the photo - it was a miserable June day for Greece and starting to rain - and then came close to deleting it after I reviewed it on the LCD. The photo only came alive later in B&W. It was my biggest success on TE (and has been used by a theatre company in Japan) but has never been one of my own favourites. Hasta la proxima Stephen.  

Xavis 3/21/2010 2:47:01 PM
Perfect compo, perfect B&amp;W, with a great &quot;flying&quot; mood. A classic !<br />

Xavis 3/21/2010 2:46:43 PM
Powefoul! I can't say nothing else...than perfect!

prezntime 3/12/2010 12:56:42 AM
Great shot Steve...A sight quickly fading out of site in the US. Toy guns are frowned upon by most, especially such realistic looking weapons.

flydragon 3/5/2010 11:57:40 PM
:) love this Steve

flydragon 3/4/2010 5:25:41 PM
thx Francis :)

Furachan 3/4/2010 2:14:32 PM
 Splendid, Simon. Great way to kick off this project!