Comments by Rory Hudson on Fri, 11/09/07 15:55
What a good idea, to take a shot like this through wet glass! It has worked very well, suits the subject. I like the many colours that appear in this photo. The man in foreground is a good element.
Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 11/09/07 16:08
Shooting through the wet glass works to give a painterly feel to the resulting composition. I like the resulting nature of the color, the sense of flow that is created by the building facades, and the near dreamlike quality of the picture. I find myself wondering if the picture ended at the right slightly in advance of the man with the umbrella if the sense of flow would have been heightened.
Comments by Maria Salvador on Fri, 11/09/07 16:10
Beautiful. Nice colors and a good composition, on a very nice street. Love the play of natural light and street lamps.
Comments by jacques barbier on Fri, 11/09/07 16:28
This is very nice, the mood is well rendered and the man with the umbrella facing the camera adds a lot to the comp. Was it shot through tinted glass?
Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Fri, 11/09/07 16:40
Great, artsy shot. How did you manage to geta a fella with a green umbrella to be in front of the red building? I love smeary rainy day photos. Proof that the best photos can be found in bad weather.
Comments by Josiah Friberg on Fri, 11/09/07 16:53
Great photograph; so unique! I love it. The effect is very artsy, creative, and warm.
Comments by DChan on Fri, 11/09/07 16:53
A good looking photo.
Comments by Linda Frey on Sat, 11/10/07 00:06
A wonderful magical world.
Comments by Stelin on Sat, 11/10/07 01:58
A really evocative shot -- one where my passion for sharpness would not be appropriate either!!
Comments by Luka Ban on Sat, 11/10/07 12:48
Through the wet glass into a Fairyland.
Comments by Bahman Farzad on Sat, 11/10/07 16:44
n i c e!
Comments by John Wise on Sat, 11/10/07 21:46
Comments by Julie M. Dant on Mon, 11/12/07 00:47
So unique and colorful! Love it.
Comments by DebbiK on Mon, 11/12/07 07:48
love this as it reminds me of a cross between a water color and a photograph-great work Dave!