Tunnel to repression
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|My Alcatraz photographs series were picked for an annual publication in Where Magazine. This one should be a 2 page spread. |
One advice, The more people sees your work, the more chances you have to get recognized. Donít hesitate to post photos on various forums. Thatís how they found me.
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Nice work Leica. I fully expect to see some ghosts here! I can't wait to see more! I love moody, dark photography, simple images that mean a lot. Did you know that National Geographic will let you post pics on their pages and you can even sell some if you are lucky? I signed up yesterday. This is nice. Perfect for a two page spread as the lines in the wall lead you right to the opposing page, the tunnel. I find it humourous too that it also leads you to the word STOP. As if going past this point is the point of no return. It was for many!
- [2009-04-07 16:18]
First of all I want to say 'congratulations'!! You must be ( and SHOULD be!) very proud!!! I would love to visit this place someday, and this is one of the nicest posts I have seen from there. I love your pov and the colors and detail. VERY nice work!! TFS
Leica, superbly composed and framed photograph. I'm a big fan of leading lines, and all the lines in this one lead to the central theme, which to me, is the tunnel entrance and the darkness that leads to. The sky could have been made a little grayer, but overall great photograph!