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photoblog image The walk of love

The walk of love

Theme: Couple

The theme continues. I spotted this couple hand in hand looking very much in love, I couldn't help myself, especially  with the backdrop of the sky. I decided to tone and add some soft grain. For some reason I am still a bit unsure about this image.

This image signifies a concept of love, two people walking together, to the same destination. This is sometimes the reason why love dies, the individuals who were once "in love" start to walk apart in different directions.

come back 2moro there will be more..........

The walk of love

Theme: Couple

The theme continues. I spotted this couple hand in hand looking very much in love, I couldn't help myself, especially  with the backdrop of the sky. I decided to tone and add some soft grain. For some reason I am still a bit unsure about this image.

This image signifies a concept of love, two people walking together, to the same destination. This is sometimes the reason why love dies, the individuals who were once "in love" start to walk apart in different directions.

come back 2moro there will be more..........

comments (19)

Very dramatic sky. Nice work.
sk: thanx chairman
Wow!! amazing Pict.
The walk of love...lovely theme.
However, the view it's very great..the cloud, road, colour of grass and the couple walking together to same destination has Great composition result for this pict.Regards
sk: thanx very much Dudee
beautiful shot, the composition and framing is perfect!
sk: thanx Dotun
  • Abi
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Dec 2006, 03:49
composition framing....spot on ..o.k now the sky ..pp not sure why? and this is me trying to be a pain in the neck..just allow me this once asiko..why would a ouple go walking in that type of weather...over PPed sky... o.k maybe before I critise maybe I should ask my good friend the question,...hehee...lol what did you do to the sky? or is it meant to be poetic
sk: I used an ND4 filter for the sky, so that it doesn't get blown out, its actually not over PPed. it was a cloudy sunny day. like the poetic spin
A wonderful sky here... ! the composition is perfect even in the colour of this thundery sky. Wonderful.
sk: thanx Florence
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 5 Dec 2006, 09:29
Good shot bro, me feelijng it, not for love though, lile people walking into the dreary pits, well images are always down to the interpretation f the veiwer, anyway, me likes what I see tongue
sk: thanx Suby
  • Laurie
  • United States
  • 5 Dec 2006, 11:31
I think the turbulent sky ahead of them could signify that together they can weather any storm. (I know how sappy that sounds.)
sk: sappy yes but I really like it, thanx Laurie
  • BeakerSt
  • Shutterchance
  • 5 Dec 2006, 11:42
I'm not so sure I agree with others on the composition here. The railing posts seem much more of a feature and more in tune with the processing. As usual this is just my opinion and needs to judged on balance with others' comments.

If you had stepped to the left and placed the foremost pillar on the axis of the thirds and trailed the remainder of the pillars off into the distance to the left hand third I would say that you would have a cracker of a shot. I'm not sure that the couple work here, sorry, maybe I'm just less philosophical than others??
sk: thanx composition king, ur feedback is always much appreciated
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Dec 2006, 13:25
I get the impression of inoscence walking into the quatermass experiment, it pushes my buttons Ade. Mal
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 5 Dec 2006, 13:32
i am not about to disagree with simon on the step to the left. Lovely atmospheric shot. i do think there are 2 shots here. the posts being the common factor in both.
  • dezhare
  • gibraltar
  • 5 Dec 2006, 16:57
loving the sky, fab!!
  • PhotoSam
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Dec 2006, 18:25
i love montys idea..but joes apart i think its wonderfully done, just maybe abit more crispness required...
  • johnnyg
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Dec 2006, 20:08
Your turning into one of a handful of shooters that I have to look at every day. I'm not to sure about the sky but as Suby says it's down to the interpretation of the shooter and the veiwer.
  • katharine
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Dec 2006, 21:16
you could put the one's you took of tosin and i because i think they are amazing. you made me really happy by sending me those images. tosin and i keep them in a flickr account that we can access from work when we miss each other as they're the only images we have of one another. you are a star smile
  • chris p
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Dec 2006, 21:28
Lovely image àsìkò
  • kalyan
  • India
  • 6 Dec 2006, 09:43
An Wonderful capture!
really poetic, sweet and intense pic. congratulations
If I saw a cloud like that in front of me, I wouldn't be walking towards it, or maybe love is blind and they havn't seen it yet!Drama, great!
one hell of an image bowy. Frame up.

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