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    Went for a waterfront photowalk last weekend for the first time in a while. It amazes me how therapeutic photography is for me and I really need to get out more. This winter has felt like a never-ending world of ice and snow. :(

    Here are a couple that ended up in black and white..

    Quiet Repose by Iguanasan, on Flickr



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    Morning Run by Iguanasan, on Flickr

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    Really like the first one!!! The second one is nice but seems a little under exposed (not talking about the runner).
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    Interesting, for me shot 2 is my fave here.
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    I like the silhouettes here. The runner with his shadow is super in the second. Shadows are so cool combined with silhouettes.

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    It amazes me how therapeutic photography is for me and I really need to get out more.
    I agree, although I have had the opposite problem. Too hot to go out on weekends. This weekend is cool though, so no excuses (other than all the work around home I have been putting off due to the heat).
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    Thanks, all. #2 is my favourite as well... not that I put myself in the same category in any way at all but it reminds me of Henri Cartier-Bresson's photo that shows a man walking off of a ladder in a puddle, I like the way that I captured the runner with both feet in the air. MoMA | The Collection | Henri Cartier-Bresson. Behind the Gare St. Lazare. 1932 (here's the one I'm talking about)

    And thanks, AT. I do get what you mean by feeling a little under-exposed.

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