Crooked house, crooked man
- avakian_harout (1631)
- [2009-11-07 16:58]
hi bri .. excellent work with great combination between the old man and the old building :D ... good choice with b&w
well done ..Have a nice week end. Harout.
- lisapw1 (8893)
- [2009-11-07 17:00]
I find the house itself very interesting. It's really beautiful. The man just adds to the photo as it shows someone who has apparently lived here a long time. I like the black and white you have chosen, but I also would be interested in seeing the color version in this instance.
It reminded me of this:
"There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile.
He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile.
He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse,
And they all lived together in a little crooked house." Lisa
- walk33a (2015)
- [2009-11-07 17:20]
:) I got a good laugh when I saw the title. This is classic! I love it! A great eye to capture this moment.
- luckybry (12051)
- [2009-11-08 4:11]
wheres his crooked wife then grt fun shot Bri bought a sunday smile to this scotsman face realy well spotted and captured and good pp work tfs
- alper2702 (3396)
- [2009-11-08 5:00]
nice composition with interesting architecture! very well spotted!
- joopschotsman (6930)
- [2009-11-08 10:53]
Its a miracle Brian, that this house still stands ! The same counts for the man ;-)
The b/w presentation emphasises the structure of the building and the posture of the man. Good choice.
- jean11-3 (16374)
- [2009-11-16 14:12]
Hello Brian, I like the connection between the house and the man,well spotted.
I knew that this was York even before I read your note.
The b/w was a good idea, we are not distracted by colour and can focus more on the subject.
The characters are perfectly placed in the composition.
Tfs, regards Jean.