Tattooed...

...on Times Square.

  • Shivaan de Silva PRO 4y

    I really like the closeness to the subject on this one. It is true that you cannot see alot of the tattoos, but this closeness is appealing. It gives more feeling into the subject's expression and eyes which I thing are very piercing. The tattoos serve to identify her and leaves a bit to the imagination. It adds mystery to this very intriguing subject. Well done!
  • Nigel D Christian 4y

    exactly the sort of candid portraits i like/seek/hope to take (though it has been over a year since I was out with my camera).
  • Dylan Low 4y

    Great shot! Love it. Well done mate.
  • Jeff Lanuza 4y

    Fantastic shot!
  • Philip Warkentien II 4y

    your scrolling through flickr.. and then you just STOP
    I maximized this picture and.. there's just a silence
    to it all

    almost as if she walked in on someone taking pictures
    and just noticed it..
    and he noticed her as his focus kicks in u______u

    favorited
  • coco_chanelle 4y

    Jessica Pelkey hit the nail on the head.
  • JAS 3y

    lovely
  • Pierre Lindenbaum 3y

    nice shot, I took the liberty to draw it: tyeul.tumblr.com/post/27259497261
  • Danny Santos 3y

    love this shot...that stoic look is always priceless.

    I just realized I've taken a very similar photo a few years back here in Singapore :)

     by danny st.
  • Benjamín Alejandro Poblete Amaro 3y

    nice candid! and really nice shot
  • Jeff 3y

    Thank You for Posting at DIMEX

    Well done. Excellent Image!
    AVP Manhattan Beach 6454r-DIMEXFlickr
    Seen in DIMEX group.
  • Haryanto Hartono 2y

    I really love this beautiful portraits you posted and thank you for licensing this image as CC-BY! I use this image as a sample for free photoshop tutorial in my blog.
  • Tom Cool 2y

    Congratulations, your image has been accepted for the Radio Paradise HD broadcast! It will be in rotation with thousands of other outstanding photographs, at:

    www.radioparadise.com/rp_2p.php?slideshow=yes

    Thank you very much for donating this image to the Creative Commons. I've embedded the following caption, with attribution:

    Tatooed girl at crosswalk

    CC-BY-SA-3.0: Thomas Leuthard

    Tattooed... by Thomas Leuthard


    Cool image! Lots of soul in the expression. It's been tagged to "Smells like Teen Spirit," by Nirvana . . . a good match, I think, because the longing in the girl's eyes harmonizes with the angst of Cobain's teen anthem. And the tatts are cool.

    I hope that you will listen to Radio Paradise, one of the pioneering, and premier, internet radio stations. Once you are a member of our community of listeners, perhaps you'll consider contributing other photographs to the RPHD broadcast.

    Thanks again!

    Tom Cool

    Assistant for Creative Commons Images to the RPHD Photo Editor
  • Tom Cool 2y

    Erratum: the caption doesn't include "Tatooed girl at crosswalk". That was my internal-only note on the image . . . ;->
  • Paško Tomić 2y

    So intense look, makes you wonder what's her life story.
  • Romet Loodus 2y

    Hi,

    Thank you for uploading this picture with the Creative Commons license.

    I have used this photo in the preview image of my Photoshop Actions package on GraphicRiver:
    graphicriver.net/item/30-photo-effects/6251663?ref=Romet6

    I have added the attribution below the preview image, in the "PHOTO CREDITS" list.

    Thanks Again!


    Kind Regards,
    Romet
  • John St John PRO 1y

    Superb!
  • Muhanad Nasip 4mo

    Great shot! I have used it here: vimeo.com/124268784
  • Roland 3mo

    Wie ist das mit dem Mädel ausgegangen, hast du sie noch mal getroffen in NY?
  • Kombizz Kashani PRO 3mo

    nice one
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