Title suggested by Annie MacDonald. I liked it.
Very good capture.LK: Greetings,Eduardo.
The No climbing sign was there before they played dominoes? Like
Good to hear from you, Eduardo. Thanks!
Best wishes, Brian.
I guess so, Eva. Sign doesn't seem to make any difference; still see children and even teenagers climbing all-over.
Wonderful find & capture, Brian! Like
Best wishes, Marlene
Super installation! Unmistakably british...
Gran instalacion. Es conocida, pero no la tenía localizada
Thank you, Guia. Glad this artist is known; he/she deserves to be methinks.
Interesting photo Brian. Regards Derek
Thanks, Marlene. Much photographed! - about a mile from where I live.
Many thanks, Derek.
Yes, you are right, Monika! - British, along with red pillar boxes and 'fish'n chips. Kingston council has a lot to answer for but allowing this art-work was one of their better ideas.
Hi brian, well done, you might try to make the booths run out of the cadre, it would seem endless then maybe. L greets Jos
Great idea, Jos. I hadn't thought of that; will give it a try.
A funny colourful picture, well seen and captured. Like8.
Greetings from Sweden, Leif.
Pleased to meet you, Leif! Thanks for stopping-by and your kind comment. Glad you like.
Hello Briano1, I gave your foto a try myself, flipped it horizontally so one reads the name 'old london road' took out all the colors exept the red of the booths of course and made it start and end beyond the cadre. It looks nice. I'll keep it to myself, if I ever publish it it will not be without your consent and of course your name. Greets Jos Boom
Hello again, Jos. That's very interesting. Whatever happened to "photos never lie"? (LOL). I didn't know it could be flipped to show the writing right way. Must try that too but, for now, actually prefer writing as it is; it perhaps intrigues people like youself! Yes, when editing I isolated the booths to get the red right and then inverse selected to desaturate surrounding colours. I didn't want to totally get rid of colour (I wanted it to be just subtle enough to heighten attention on the booths) but that might be a good idea too. Despite what I did a lot of red seems to have crept into the road, so I'll be re-editing anyway. Many thanks for taking such an interest in this photo. There aren't enough discussions like this on Pan. Find I learn more this way than all the books put together! Maybe people are afraid to criticise (I know I am!). Incidentally, if ever you do manage to publish don't forget me for a share of the proceeds (LOL).
Hello Brian, thanks for your remarks, I agree, to often we only exchange compliments, which of course are meant, no doubts at that. Discussions about other visions or posibilities on a photo are unusual.Let's try it more often. Greets Jos
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Photo taken in Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location