London, The UK
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Wonderful light in this B&W shot.
Really good in B&W!
Have a nice weekend!
I like the perspective of this shot. Great shadow at the bottom.
I love the lines and the shadows here. Great shot.
Well spotted , the motion , the shadows, great!
I like that you caught one person going each way.
I agree with CG…wonderful lighting
great motion in this shot
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Love this. It may tell many stories 🙂
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good, not to sit in a wheelchair, I often think…
Oh, this is great! Wonderful shadows! Well captured!
Really great shot. I love it.
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Liked how you were able to catch each walker mid-stride, one going up and one going down at the same time. Nice interpretation of on the move (am taking notes myself for future shots) 🙂
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Love the concept and B&W!
Nice light and well balanced picture with the two persons diagonally in the frame.
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I love your photos. Just keeps me captivated.
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