Théo By: Théo

superstar! (well momemtarily!)

Playing with shadows on the wall of the roof terrace atop of my liitle old town house in Competa, Calle San Antonio in the early evening(in spain) Although it was quite orange , i tightened up the levels of this image in photoshop and also added the little ole' 'rock star' light from the top corner!! ... ..... Had too!

  • Théo PRO 10y


    Almost immediately i realised i'd over reacted.

    please see my edit just above ..

    All smiles again!

    (btw love ya birds.. i'm a big b&w birds fan!)
  • Fatima PRO 10y

    NIIICEEEE!!! the angle the light and the cruve make it beyond perfect.
  • arfblat PRO 10y

    Haaha, I love the "rock star light" as you put it... great color, comp, and subject matter. I love it!

    voted as "saveme" (from Delete me! group)
  • Kariobinja 10y

    i like it !the originality adn the power of colors!

    voted as "saveme" (from Delete me! group)
  • Lynn Morag PRO 10y

    I like it - simple, strong and interesting!

  • Satan's Familiar/a.k.a Labwa 10y


    oh please please,,SAVEME
  • Jean Albus PRO 10y

    I'm not getting into it. Just voted as "saveme" (from Delete me! group)
  • Max R - ooyooy 10y

    Please add me to your contacts-
    this way, I would be able to invite you to join the Safe. Please do so and insert your winning picture in it.
    -then remove it from Deleteme (if not done)

    btw superb lightning!
  • Jeff Clow PRO 10y

    This is a VERY dramatic photo image...captured VERY well by you and your lens...

    My compliments....nicely done....!
  • frank vranckx 10y

    it swings
  • * Honest * 10y

    B r i l l i a n t !
  • Transguyjay PRO 10y

    I really like the way that the arm is present and ambiguous. It's sort of like the way that Disability Rights looks at disability from a social model- that society itself makes physical differences into inability through structure and attitudes. But here, the shorter arm is both interesting in its lack of definitiveness, and points out how different bodies can be as beautiful/artistic as typical ones, at the same time challenging the norms of what it means to be a "superstar." And yet, the viewer is wondering whether or not the subject is actually disabled- and if lucky, comes to the realization that it doesn't matter as much as people think it should.
  • Capital I PRO 10y

    Has a definite look and feel of a painting, the way the shadow is distorted and angled make it seem very "non-human" - a truly artistic photo.
  • Eve' 7y

    I love the rockstar light and pose. And I can't speak of the depth of meaning any better than Transguyjay.
    Congrats on getting it in the Safe and thanks for sharing; it's beautiful : )
  • Zior_ 7y

    Beautiful shot!
  • pallapinco 7y

    Another greatl image!

    If you want take a look to this photostream...(It's where I post some serious stuff.. ) it is not so bad! I'd really appreciate it!

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  • Andres Breijo 6y

    Me ha gustado tu foto,muchas gracias por compartirla.
    Sigue disfrutando del mundo de la fotografía y recibe un saludo desde Nerja-Málaga-España.

    I like so much your photography, thanks for sharing it.
    Please, Continue enjoying the world of the photography and receives a greeting from Nerja-Málaga-España (Spain).

    Visto en el grupo"Cómpeta- Cornisa de la Costa del Sol" (Yo también quiero esto)
  • Crazy Ivory PRO 6y

    every day ends...
    This is not a Group Award or anything...its just my personal Award for great pictures...
    this is definitely one of the best picures on flickr!

    This is Award is unique so enjoy the Attention!
  • Andy Mort 2y

    This is such a frigging awesome photo! I have used it briefly in my latest music video. I hope you don't mind. I have fully credited you! You can watch it here if you're interested:
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