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Jun 09, 2017 01:59 |  #1

I thought that this was kind of thought-provoking. I'm the GWC way in the back. C&C welcome.


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Jun 20, 2017 13:45 |  #2

Definitely different. The old man has the look on his face like if he was seeing up that girls skirt lol.




  
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Jun 23, 2017 16:21 |  #3

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Can you explain this a bit. I'm old and confused.


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Jun 24, 2017 02:53 as a reply to  @ ScooterShooter's post |  #4

Old & confused eh? Welcome to the club.-?
I wondered if anyone would figure this one out. Actually this photo is inverted - upside down. I was shooting at the old guy and his granddaughter as they were gazing at a huge parabolic mirror which inverts everything as you look into it. This was taken at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. https://www.explorator​ium.edu …MnSmer_1dQCFQST​fgoduooORg (external link)


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Jun 24, 2017 08:32 |  #5

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Old & confused eh? Welcome to the club.-?
I wondered if anyone would figure this one out. Actually this photo is inverted - upside down. I was shooting at the old guy and his granddaughter as they were gazing at a huge parabolic mirror which inverts everything as you look into it. This was taken at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. https://www.explorator​ium.edu …MnSmer_1dQCFQST​fgoduooORg (external link)

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Jun 24, 2017 11:58 as a reply to  @ ScooterShooter's post |  #6

Here is the way it looks right-side-up.


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Mar 26, 2018 01:33 |  #7

This is interesting for sure. There are several things I like about it. It seems to me that you are taking a photo of the guy with the stroller, and that he is posing
in a relaxed way. I like how his child is leaned over. I can't tell if he is sleeping or trying to look around the old man. I like the legs coming out of his head, all so
abstract. That being said, have you tried cropping the photo? It's a little too busy. And what about making it a B&W? That is my suggestions, hope that helps.


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