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Feets N Streets R Neets
Feets N Streets R Neets

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Collection: Blur
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 Di II LD Aspherical (IF) for Nikon
Location: Street in front of my house
Date: Aug 7, 2007
Aperture: 4.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/90s
Galleries: Abstract, Humorous
Date Uploaded: Aug 8, 2007

Viewed: 842
Comments: 18
Favorites: 3 (view)

Feet. Street. Oddball image.

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02/15/2008 12:02:18 AM
Talk about leading lines, lol. Love this. The cracked pavement makes such a great texture for the background.
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02/05/2008 04:20:33 PM
Woah, Jeffrey, this one is wild - but I really like it! (As do others obviously, since you have three faves.) A most interesting perspective and processing choice.
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01/26/2008 12:52:14 PM
This one is absolutely awesome, incredible textures and tones, i love it, it earns my 1000th comment and a favorite.
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08/26/2007 02:11:51 PM
The cracked pavement is an excellent textured backdrop. I like the funhouse mirror effect, with those teeny (respectively) feet at the end of the candy-cane leading line.
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08/13/2007 02:01:22 AM
I don't know why but I like this. I'm sorry I can't be more helpful. Usually I find feet photos very amatuer and like "hey my feet are right there let me take a photo of them" but this def has an artistic feel.

Barefoot on the pavement? The colors? Something. It's nice.

"Barefoot on the pavement
Warm against our feet
Houses filled with music
As we drift through lonely streets"

Moon Over the Freeway- The Ditty Bops

(as soon as I typed my comment that song popped into my head. They are my favorite band!)
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08/12/2007 11:38:42 AM
I absolutely love this photo. From looking at the thumb I thought it was a peppermint or a candy cane. :) Great DOF. I also love the texture in the ground and the overexposed feet.
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08/11/2007 05:12:41 AM
Very fun! Love the perspective and how the striped shirt draws your attention to the feet. The pavement has great texture too.
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08/10/2007 10:15:06 PM
This is a fish made out of candy cane, with strangely evolved grabby teeth. I love it. I think the candiness of the pants contrasting with the dark, cracked street is what makes this so compelling.
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08/10/2007 08:12:23 AM
very alluring image..foole dme in the thumb, though thtis might be a close petals/stamen flower shot or maybe a fish? but the feet attached to the long shirt/legs very unexpected! look great against the textures of the pavement!
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08/10/2007 12:36:39 AM
Originally posted by Jutilda:


Isn't that the shirt??? Odd image indeed. Feels somewhat like a dream.
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08/09/2007 09:15:58 PM
This is super! Love your little bare feet on that cracked pavement. Wonderful perspective.
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08/09/2007 10:30:17 AM
From the thumb, I thought it was some kind of fish :) Then the unexpected popped up showing the very cool angle of the guy's legs and feet. I love that grungy backgroud!

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08/09/2007 08:27:35 AM
Jeff, cool combination: the great sharpness of the cracked pavement and the blurred shirt to toes you. From the thumbnail I thought the toes and the striped shirt looked like a fish (OK, maybe I am NUTS).
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08/09/2007 08:17:54 AM
Mega-cool image! I LOVE the pavement, the colour is delicious - WOW!
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08/09/2007 07:38:47 AM
Tiny feet ! Odd pants. Interesting colouration.
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08/08/2007 11:59:53 PM
Cool shorts! It appears to be a long way to your knees. Fun shot, and it seems disorienting rotated this way instead of legs at the bottom of the frame as you would see it thru the viewfinder. That adds to the fun. I can't wait to see what "serious" images you will be getting with this lens soon.
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08/08/2007 10:59:54 PM
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08/08/2007 10:53:44 PM
Nice perspective and terrific contrast.
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