the lower depths
  • Kent Mercurio 7y

    yet another nice one with this lens... cut it out! ;-)

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • clarice & ... 7y

    wow ... i love this. :)
  • Jeren 7y

    The comp in this is great mate.. well done.
  • 0bli0 7y

    love the perspective. could be up or down. amazing with the bokeh and the stairs leading off out of view.
  • Ev 7y

    hey!! nice shot :)
  • theurbannexus 7y

    Man. One day if I can shoot like this... I would be overjoyed.

    Simple things rendered so beautiful.

    I like this film man.
  • theurbannexus 7y

    Looking again, this is a steep drop! I feel like I'm falling!
  • *Kit* 7y

    I dig the bokeh. Yes, I belong to the boken crowd. :D
  • Heiko Waechter 7y

    wow wow wow - this is so zen. i love it!
  • mr.analog 7y

    f*&k off i was just down here like 2 weeks ago and doing a similar shot up these exact stairs , looks a lot better down though ,sick shot man !!
  • Christian 7y

    Really? Haha, I took this two weeks ago! I should check the shot carefully in case you are in it :D
  • endtranscend 7y

    great focus
  • James Blann 7y

    Wow, is that what a radial blur is? Mind bender :) Looks so steep
  • Jason 7y

    Great perspective and use of depth of field!
  • Bibimorvarid 7y

    A nice view of the path, your capture is perfect.
  • Daniel 7y

    Hi, I am organizing a debate about experimentation in photography, and we'd love to have your photo added to our thread.
    I mean that your picture could be a good starting point to discuss about ways of experimenting.

    The debate is on this adress:

    Mongolfière 02
    Your Photo is superb ! please post this beautiful picture at
    Aller à Experimentation Group .
  • Daniel 7y

    I love this use of depth of field that enhance our imagination...
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