Monday, July 5, 2010

Day Three Hundred Sixty-Two: at Humphry Slocombe

1 comment:

saguaro said...

Wow, Tina! You've really hit the mark here!

This image's composition is sophisticated and complex. I particularly enjoy the subtle surprises -- the reversed text of the reflected numbers, the ironically blurred head of the "real" person juxtaposed with the sharply-defined silhouette . . . the arcs and leading lines provide a consistent flow and structure overall.

The only thing I'd change: I'd remove the bright spots in the midst of what is ostensibly the main subject - the dark profile - aside from this nit you've got a wonderful photograph here!