Stills V3

October 1, 2011

running for the evening

Filed under: John Ellis — zavaell @ 06:57

on Oxford Street

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5 Comments »

  1. I like the “busy” feeling. A documentary scene showingt life as it is nowadays. And not boring at all. :)
    Greetings, Astrid

    Comment by Astrid — October 1, 2011 @ 08:41

  2. Great “street” feel — all the red, yellow, and action in the background move me quickly past the less colorful (and less interesting) woman on cell foreground, though she anchors the whole nicely. Wonderful cast of characters and how kind of the pretty girl to wear a bright red dress for you. ;-) It all works beautifully.

    Comment by Christina — October 9, 2011 @ 03:40

  3. The red theme is becoming a bit of a habit, lady in red running, lady in red on the other side of the road and unless I am mistaken a passenger in red in the front of the red bus.

    Is that a Blackberry she is trying to get to work? :-)

    Another slice of (colourful) life.

    Comment by Rex — October 14, 2011 @ 19:18

  4. a busy scene, plenty of life. The captured man with case rushing off is great, just slicing his frontal lobe off is a little disconcerting. The 3 women, store dummy and woman on bus work well all going somewhere, well maybe not the store dummy.

    I’ve missed my monthly visit to the city for the reasons you show in this picture, so many things happening, life is not dreary in anyway. How do people get bored when there is so much going on?

    Comment by rhoehne — October 17, 2011 @ 03:39

  5. I agree with what has been said before. Great street feel, which freezes a moment in time. I love the rush of the woman and the man to catch the bus versus the calm of the woman making a phone call. Good catch.

    Comment by Cem — October 24, 2011 @ 16:40


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