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    1. Nur2005 115 months ago | reply

      maybe u could shoot from the opposite site, to see the boyz eyes???? mmmm?

    2. |5ubst@nc3| 115 months ago | reply

      Great shot. But you should take one closer and get a glimpse of what he is watching... and another one of the opposite side, with is look of curiosity...

      But I shall not diminish this one.

      "save me"

    3. Jim Skea 115 months ago | reply

      Yes, I like this. I think the light floor helps make the boy stand out and I like the way the position of the legs adds to the perspective (though this could have been made even stronger). The 50/50 horizontal split works surprisingly well here too.

      -voted as "saveme5" (from the Delete me! group)

    4. Robin Thom 115 months ago | reply

      Would have preferred this shot at a different time of day
      and it seems a hair undersaturated
      but it's such a great moment that
      the more I look at it,
      the less the above seems to matter.

      -voted as "saveme6" (from the Delete me! group)

    5. Frédéric Poirot 115 months ago | reply

      he he, i saw the same picture taken in the 50's in Paris.
      Nice up-to-date...
      Saw it also during the live aid concert.

      -voted as "saveme7" (from Deleteme! group)

    6. Tsjeu 115 months ago | reply

      This looks like I would have saved it even without the boy. What a great background, fine colour and texture. I think the claustrophobic framing is great: the hole is the only way out of this picture, and boy, would I like to look through it.

      voted as "saveme8"

    7. feliz paloma 115 months ago | reply

      love the wall, texture, but find the kid, shoes especially, oddly unsettling. doesn't add up for me, sorry.
      maybe more texture on the floor (tad darker, more contrast) would 'even out' the image for me.
      -voted as "deleteme8" (from Deleteme! group)

    8. Sebastian-Lewis 115 months ago | reply

      Nice cartier bresson-ish moment, let down by lifeless contrast & less than wonderful framing.

      -voted as "deleteme9" (from the Delete me! group)

    9. Stebbi 115 months ago | reply

      I'll do the honors.

      The more I look at this, the more I like it. It has all the elements of a keeper.

      It would make a great book cover.

      -voted as "saveme10" (from the Delete me! group)

    10. Erwin Kodiat 115 months ago | reply

      Simply storytelling
      Saveme!

    11. Jasper Lesterhuis 115 months ago | reply

      saveme 11? Are we now going for 20 saveme's? ;-)

    12. broterham 115 months ago | reply

      Woah, the suspense! 2-7 down but still in the Safe.

      Some very nice remarks here. Thank you all!

    13. _sibi 115 months ago | reply

      great point of view

    14. vera_bing 108 months ago | reply

      like taken out of an Astrid Lindgren movie :)

    15. Lesstimeonlinein09 [deleted] 107 months ago | reply

      Great shot. Textures on the wood are lovely, the nosy kid is cute.

    16. Bob Duck 104 months ago | reply

      Terrific image...nice work.

    17. mstephens7 80 months ago | reply

      May I use this in a presentation with full citation?

    18. broterham 80 months ago | reply

      sure - all for science :)

    19. symphony of love 8 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much for sharing this and for making this available under Creative Commons License. I used this with a quote on by Albert Einstein at OM and I have also shared this edited version with the quote at Symphony of Love's Facebook page and at:

      Thank you and have a great day.

      Infinite Gratitude, Blessings and Love,
      bk

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