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jan By: jan

Fargo's Finest

....."Auto Body" that is..

 

Large on Black works best. Hit the "+" icon top right for the "full monty"

  • Marie Noëlle Taine PRO 4y

    Excellent !
  • GeniiLocorum 4y

    Great, fine tonality and a fabulous play with the lines! Remembers me a bit to John Lehmanns style.
  • tv/changingchannels 4y

    Wonderful photo.. and I think I may know where this is at.. maybe.. Its nice to see other Fargo photo's!!
    Jim Rohan As a matter of fact... they have a few places like that..
  • Charles Henry PRO 4y

    I love it!
  • Minno Ramirez 4y

    so urban, Jan, love it!!
  • Dominic Bugatto PRO 4y

    Excellent capture , well done. Great tones too
  • Beerbrain/Ronny Perry PRO 4y

    Really good B&W tones,all the cracks in the pavement go together so well with the power lines
  • Gary Sauer-Thompson PRO 4y

    wonderful b+w Jan. So clean and minimal
  • Manfred Hofmann PRO 4y

    thank god for the wires ... :-)
    !!!
  • ALL CHROME 4y

    Crazy drop shadow on those letters
  • Ape Flavored 4y

    Love the wires, the tones and composition.
  • POP SNAP PRO 4y

    Nicely done . The 6x7 seems to be a good fit for you ....or you seem to be a good fit for the 6x7 ... .It appears to suit your Big Picture approach to framing / subject matter .
  • EspressoBuzz PRO 4y

    Awesome.
    Why is there artifacting on the power lines?
  • Dave Mason PRO 4y

    I wish there was room on your passenger seat
  • Steve PRO 4y

    really very nice
  • jan PRO 4y

    Holden Richards thanks Holden I know you enjoy BW
    Marie Noëlle Taine Merçi Marie Nöelle!!
    GeniiLocorum I'm going to look up Lehmanns work based on your comment. I'm sure he'll be good
    tv/changingchannels hiya Tricia, I've mapped it and if you go to an acutal Google map you should actually be able to see the building
    Charles Henry thanks so much!
    Minno Ramirez coming from a 'master of urban photography', I appreciate that!
    Dominic Bugatto thanks Dominic, MF BW is an impressive medium
    Beerbrain/Ronny Perry thanks I wanted to deliver on two levels. The highly intense light in the US west and the linearity running everywhere in this frame. Appreciated!
    Gary Sauer-Thompson thanks so much. Sometimes its a combination of seeing the shot and the equipment and this was one of those times
    Manfred Hofmann I agree and I was happy to see them in this frame for sure :D
    ALL CHROME yeah that drop .. it's not what you'd expect it's totally different isn't it. I like that
    Ape Flavored hi, it's been a while, good to see you again. Thanks!
    POP SNAP Thanks, the camera keeps questionable people at bay and also gives me a small workout. The images are a bonus ;D
    EspressoBuzz Thanks! I think it's from the resolution of the upload and what flickr does to the upload. It's definitely not the neg. Any ideas how to cover this off? I'd love to know.
    Dave Mason Dave, one never knows... ;D
    Steve thanks Steve
  • Fong Long PRO 4y

    i like this one , jann.
    well made.
  • Ian :) 4y

    Those wires are poetry :)
  • Bobby Jacobson 3y

    despite the simplicity of this photo, the power lines are chaotic. I like how this is framed too, the three windows on the right. the curb on bottom about 1/5th the frame up and the wires up top about 1/5th the way down.
  • jan PRO 3y

    Fong Long thx Fong!
    Ian :) there are so many... would that be "loquacious"?
    Bobby Jacobson those were my exact thoughts as I took this one.. ;D
    joke/humour
    sometimes it's all a reflex from a few years of framing shots... I appreciate the compliment, thanks
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