memory on the wall
|Copyright: hsu tz wei (bqfish) (7)|
|Date Taken: 2010-02-23|
|Categories: Daily Life|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-01-22 23:09|
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|Chien-Ming Wang was a famous baseball picthcer of Yankess, |
he almost be reported on the main page of the daily newspaper everyday in Taiwan in 2007 to 2008;
but he had a very worse season for his hurt in 2009.
I find this wall in an old agricultural market,
somebody post all his gallery of Wang on it;
and one Micheal Jackson's good shot in the middle of them.
The paper is break,
the wall looks so a little dirty,
like they would not come back forever.
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|To rewshearer: thanks||bqfish
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I think you found a good subject here, poignant and interesting at least, although I'm not sure that just taking a shot of it all was the best way to present it, particularly not with the partial inclusion of a chair at the bottom of the shot, which feels messy, as if you didn't really care what else was in or out of the shot.
Perhaps a more close-up view of one of the tattered bits of paper, playing more with DOF, would work for this ...? Or a shot more front-on, showing a portion of the dirty wall and a corner of one of posters?