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Beware of the gator!!!

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    Once again, digging through some old files (since I am sick and cannot get out to shoot), I saw this one. I never processed it

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    That dude's got cool looking kicks.

    Good comp. I wish you were shooting wide and a lot closer.
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    Hey there

    I dont think it has to be closer, for me it looks like the dude is dreaming or something and he is dreaming about that gator. And the stuff you see on the right side (I actually have no idea what it could be.. ) gives the really strong impression that it could be in a jungle.
    I do like the composition. The strong line on the left side which is dividing the gator into two parts. and the 3 stones above the window. And then again the 3 holes next to the line. Its a rhytmical repeating of lines. And last but not least the camera you see on the right side. In my imagination it is pretty funny that you made a photo of someone who is walking down the street ( he may not have even noticed that you took a photo from him) and at the same time someone is also making a video from him.
    All in all I have to say I like this picture. It has a special atmosphere and it asks questions.
    So I hope this wasnt to artsy fartsy Have a nice day http://http://ninamusholt.blogspot.nl/

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