© Didier Vanderperre
Just continuing this serie on Coney Island.
Like on some of the other shots, I liked the juxtaposition of the 2 men looking in different directions.
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I was watching some old stuf on the site, lucky i found this one, wonderful composition Didier. congratulation for this picture.
You have managed some amazingly iconic photos of this place, Didier. Thank goodness. They are really doing away with its seedy nostalgia. Damn Mayor Mike. I wish I'd been able to take even a couple of photos half as evocative as the ones you've displayed here over the past months. In contrast to my colleagues, I like the symmetry. What I'm missing is maybe a bit of a tint toward the sepia edge of things. And a frame! On vous voit sur la plage!
Very intelligent capture. I think I might agree with Francis here; a tad too symmetrical photo, which could have been helped by a little zig zig. But very nice on the whole. Here's one close to this photograph that I am reminded of.
This is very cool, Didier, edgy even. Only one suggestion - it would have been even greater if you had managed to shift yuor angle so the two men were not lined up so closely, know what I mean... Well seen, though and nciely executed.