|Copyright: David Spielberg (docdhs) (19)|
|Date Taken: 2009-04-29|
|Exposure: f/10.0, 1/160 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-04-18 8:12|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I like this picture because of the contrasting moods: exuberance, uncertainty, fun, a vague disquiet, reminder of our own childhood, mystery, lost in another world,...|
I liked their not looking at the camera, their seeming indifference to the water pouring over them as they looked at the flooded ground.
Taken with a nothing camera, proving that it's not all about the camera, but rather the photographer's eye and soul.
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..great shot! keep on shooting and Welcome to Treklens!
First of all be welcome to TL!
Ever noticed that there is something about children that just invigorates, stimulates and enlivens?
Children have no fear, children are visionaries. They trust in their imagination and believe that whatever they can conceive, they can achieve.
The creativity in you could be reawakened, in this job, because you decided to be like a child. Like a child, your creativity took over and guided you to do this excellent photograph, which I highlight the excellent point of view (you stood on the same level of children, neither above nor below them).
This is a beautifull shot, mainly cause of the mood that's so present. The two kids really set the "mood".
I really like the hazy atmosphere created by the fountain. Tho I feel it's not about sharpness and definition, but this works so well. A very pleasing image, that makes you wonder. Composition wise, I really like the way you've cropped and framed this image, subject of center, and just the right amound of space surrounding them, and well put in contexte. A real nice shot....love it.