Very nice photo. I like the juxtaposition of the detail of the lights in the top half from the smooth emptiness of the bottom. Well done.
I like this as well—and I don't mind the drainpipe as it adds character. Might want to try a B&W treatment.
Nice shot—I like the sign-holder's expression. I heard they were in town filming but wasn't able to make it out. Glad you were able to be there. Any shots of Clint?
This reminds me of the story Christine by Stephen King about a '58 Plymouth Fury. In the beginning of the story it has a cracked window that starts to fix itself later on...
Love the POV and the vibrant retro colors. Good job deciding to take it from the inside looking out.
There is something about the shades and rough textures of rusted metal that appeals to me. I can't explain it. What a pity that I couldn't be there with you in-person.
Oh and Happy Birthday while I am at it!
Wow—excellent depth of field here. Did you use a macro setting for this?
Getting ready for the Cherry Blossoms this weekend?
This is a lovely portrait; I would not have cropped the top of her head out, but even still it's not a show-stopper. I like the posture and the detail you have captured in your friend.
I can't wait to see the other perspectives you shot of this location. I had fun with you as well. You have a good eye for photos.
Photos like this are extremely difficult to pull off. On the one hand you have the DARK outfit he is wearing, and on the other you have the WHITE snow. You have done well, here but might want to play around with shadow and highlights. Check out my workshop.
I hope the people at PETA don't see this!