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White lines
GeorgesBogaert


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Challenge: With the Philosophy of Ubique (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon EOS-70D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Date: Mar 30, 2015
Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2015

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Statistics
Place: 29 out of 86
Avg (all users): 6.1235
Avg (commenters): 6.3077
Avg (participants): 5.9434
Avg (non-participants): 6.4643
Views since voting: 168
Views during voting: 178
Votes: 81
Comments: 14
Favorites: 0


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04/12/2015 10:17:20 PM
I'm feeling Deb vibes here...
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04/12/2015 07:49:30 PM
Pulling away in distance tends to deindividualize, if not dehumanize, people. Here the distance is not so far as to accomplish that, but far enough to allow a bit of abstraction. The white lines are so strong that I'm seeing the people becoming like vagrant notes on a continuous staff. And a nice little symphony it is.
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04/12/2015 07:42:45 PM
A classic context presented well, I like the grittiness and the implied solitude of the crowd.
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04/11/2015 03:16:03 PM
I expected them to have to jump over the obstacles.
How different from ants we are. Ants would be touching, helping with messages of problems or food-directions. We're walking our defensive lines.
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04/11/2015 01:03:40 PM
The Beatles. They multiplied
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04/11/2015 11:39:31 AM
I am fascinated by the part clean and part dirty sections of the lines.
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04/11/2015 10:45:16 AM
Ebb and flow against the grain.
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04/11/2015 10:22:08 AM
The march of the automatons with a few rebels straying from the grid. Good contrast and grit.
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04/10/2015 12:27:17 PM
I like the idea of this image, but find the execution rather disconcerting. I have to look at it almost peripherally.
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04/09/2015 08:44:16 PM
that is one busy walkway. the people are just more lines painted on the street.
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04/08/2015 12:37:12 PM
Great tribute! The lines, the pov and the high contrast processing are perfect. A tilt would have been a slam dunk!
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04/08/2015 05:40:39 AM
Bang! That's the contrast smacking me in the face.

Great starkness to go with the busyness of the scene.
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04/06/2015 01:16:03 PM
I did a shot like this long ago, except I could not afford the extravagant cast. I had just one guy. There's something theatrical about zebra crossings (or whatever they may be called where you live); it's like improvisational theatre, but en masse. The picture is packed with interesting little playlets; especially love the tight rank of suits about one-third from the left. And the big circular drain at lower right, ready to transport new players in and out of the stage; like a theatre trapdoor. Great fun. Thank you.
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04/06/2015 12:29:13 AM
Delightfully busy and chaotic!
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