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You know I really like the blurred effect,they seem to be so busy that they are just a giving it, lol.
I like both of these...the blurred photo gives us a sense of how people are moving around, as does the second one with the chairs in sharp focus.Nice job, CQ!
Nice work. The top pic looks agitated. Sort of reminds me of Duchamp, Nude Descending a Staircase or something. The second is a bit melancholy.
Great photos and we're learning so much from your posts!
Perhaps there were such good vibrations that the people began to resonate higher and you captured their phase shift in space and time.
Did you stay because you were still taken in by the music...or because you had your camera and wanted to snap a few memories?
on oublie souvent qu'après,il faut tout ranger ;o)
J'aimes le photos non-posées.
c'est toi qui range les chaises ?
@ EG Tour Guide: a bit of both! ;-)@ Bergson: bien vu mais non !!
Il y avait un cocktail avant le concert? C'est tout flou :o)))))
The first shot is so cool!
et tu as bien fait tes photos sont très réussies et j'aime beaucoup les floues.
@Arnaud : impertinent ! Oui j'avais ma flasque de whisky et alors ? ;-))
It's always worth waiting til afterwards.So you too regret Woolworths! Tks for dropping in.
This is bringing back some lovely memories (I played in orchestras at school). Thank you!
I like this kind of shot. No flash. Colours. A bit of motion.
I like the blurry photo too, it is appropriate for the scene, regardless of the cause:) It must have been a nice concert in such an intimate setting.
Oh sorry I mixed some posts! Forget please!I love music! I bet it was a wonderful concert!:-)
The bottom photo is such a nice touch after the formality of the concert.
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