Found my 'eye', and lost my mind. . . (un-methodical test of new lens)

Started Nov 12, 2012 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: Found my 'eye', and lost my mind. . . (un-methodical test of new lens)

jalywol wrote:

These three just do it for me.

FABULOUS work all around, but these three have magic.

The first one below is just such a spectacular composition; it works on so many levels. I'd enter that one in a show or some contest somewhere.... It is such a NY scene; reminds me of when I was a kid and after a family get-together my folks would drop my Aunt off at her apartment on a street in NYC that looked a lot like this one.... (BTW, where was this taken?)

I know what you mean.  This is the sort of thing that I refer to as fascinating me as a boy looking at Pop Photography.  This was off the main plaza of the South Street Seaport.

By the way, I showed some of your work to my sister, who is a very good artist (BFA Cooper Union, MFA Bard)(painting), and who has one of the best eyes for good work of anyone I have ever met. She thought your building/NYC photos were terrific. I personally would take that as a high complement....

[blush]  You're both too, too kind.

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...Bob, NYC
/"Well, sometimes the magic works. . . Sometimes, it doesn't."/ - Little Big Man

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