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Copyright: Janos Gardonyi (gabbypal) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 533 W: 2 N: 229] (7097)
Genre: Places
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 2013-12
Categories: Daily Life, Nature, Transportation, Event
Camera: Canon Powershot S-400
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2014-01-11 8:57
Viewed: 1452
Points: 6
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
typical snowy afternoon on a Toronto street, cars stuck all over the place.
(stupid, overexposed picture you'd probably say as I am sure you'd do it much better).
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No, Janos, I did not say all that you put in my mouth.
I just had a little cry of solidarity and so I ask you to look at my post today.

Hi Janos

What a superb photograph.

The over exposure works extremely well, as does the complete lack of detail, especially in the snow on the right hand side. The inclusion of only a tiny part of a car on the left is genius, many might think that you were just careless but I'm sure that couldn't be true, especially with someone of your obvious experience and technical excellence. I also like the way the wires at the top draw the attention away from the main subject (which many may find mundane and boring).

Yeah this image is just pure genius, exuding style and panache. No way could I do better.

Hi Janos,
By no means a stupid image, very well presented to portray icy conditions and its effects on normal road usage. Good depth going into the claws of the ice man.Well taken.

Hi Janos, Hoping that you and your loved ones are not harmed by such unwelcomed weather. We had spared such disaster this time but a lot of snow and freezing rain....not good either. This picture tells everything. You have captured the moment of this destructive weather scenery with good angles and I like its original look too. Thank for sharing

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