Six Stairs and Six Pots
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santos
Registered: Feb 19, 2004
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Dougo wrote:
Great subject, great composition and treatment Santiago

Cheers Ray



Many thanks Ray !

santiago



lazlo369
Registered: Mar 01, 2004
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I cannot add too much to the other comments.
Beautiful image Santiago, the textures are unbelievable.



santos
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Oosty wrote:
Charlie Shugart wrote:
Santiago,
I see seven stairs and five pots . Are you counting in metric?
About the pic- I really like it. The seeing, the composition and perspective, the processing, and the subject- "Right on!" (That's the way "with it" guys used to talk.)
The older I get, the more I appreciate that in Europe things aren't torn down just because they're old .
Charlie


Apart from the number of pots and stairs, Charlie, you're spot on. The doorstep isn't a stair and there really are 6 pots

Wonderful, Santiago.

Peter


Thanks Peter, and for putting the facts straight

santiago



santos
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mamankyle wrote:
I would love to call that my front door.
The image exemplifies a sense of time.
Greg


Many thanks and agreed, Greg.

santiago



santos
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tomandmarj wrote:
very good sighting and shooting.
regards, tom



Thank you, Tom.

santiago



santos
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lazlo369 wrote:
I cannot add too much to the other comments.
Beautiful image Santiago, the textures are unbelievable.


Thanks, Lazlo. These small French villages are true gems.

santiago



Kaden K.
Registered: Mar 14, 2008
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Very charming image Santiago.



Zeph
Registered: Jan 30, 2005
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Love it, this is exactly what I've had in my mind for a shot, some day...



jojomon11
Registered: Sep 06, 2008
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lovely comp Santiago

Phil



Fishit
Registered: Aug 07, 2005
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I like this stair and door, the contrast is a bit higher than I prefer but does add qualities.
Would not like to use these steps with winter ice.



santos
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Kaden K. wrote:
Very charming image Santiago.


Thank you, Kaden. The South of France is full of charm(s)

santiago



santos
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Zeph wrote:

Love it, this is exactly what I've had in my mind for a shot, some day...


Thanks, Zeph and I hope you'll find it.

santiago



santos
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jojomon11 wrote:
lovely comp Santiago

Phil


Thank you, Phil.

santiago



santos
Registered: Feb 19, 2004
Total Posts: 17356
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Fishit wrote:
I like this stair and door, the contrast is a bit higher than I prefer but does add qualities.
Would not like to use these steps with winter ice.


Thanks very much Dennis and all the best.

santiago



WilliamFinley
Registered: Apr 11, 2010
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Nice capture! I like the grittiness of it.

Bill



Alan Young
Registered: Jan 19, 2007
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Very nice Santiago, excellent tones and textures

Alan



Charlie Shugart
Registered: Feb 06, 2007
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Santiago, Klaus and T-Bone... from one year ago.
A nice blast from the past.
Charlie



zeiterphoto
Registered: Jan 13, 2013
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love this picture



sozypozy
Registered: Jan 02, 2013
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I love the picture! And you have done justice to it by making it black and white. Looks amazing



rittenhouses
Registered: Dec 30, 2009
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I really love this photo... I love the contrast and the textures! great capture!



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