Fifth and final in a series looking at walls at progressively later times of the day.
Modern, minimal, and unobtrusive. A clean image.
2 May 2008 6:16am
2 May 2008 1:56pm
Fantastic repetition and confrontation.
2 May 2008 3:11pm
Great capture. I like the opposition of colours and patterns!
2 May 2008 9:29pm
This is fantastic GJC....I love it's graphic art qualities.
(amazing sharpness and rich colour for an iso 3200 photo!)
2 May 2008 10:00pm
I love the colors, textures, and patterns in this one.
3 May 2008 2:33am
This is really an abstract photo!
3 May 2008 9:03pm
j'aime l'ambiance de cette photo
3 May 2008 9:06pm
Love the layering
Love the texture and repetition
Love the colors
I think the red at the top "makes" the picture
3 May 2008 11:31pm
wow...great composition and captured details...and of course that wonderful GJC lighting!
6 May 2008 2:52am
Thank you for this series. On a slightly tangential note, I'm reminded of an experimental film by Jon Jost called Muri Romani ('Roman Walls') that you might find interesting. It's a collection of static shots of walls in Rome, at various times of day and in varying colors and textures, slowly and continuously dissolving into one another while an ambient soundtrack of city sounds ebbs and flows. Your series (and your blog in general) prompts one to think again about the cinematic potential of sheer light, shadow, and time. Thanks.
14 May 2008 6:30am
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