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I have never taken a picture that pleased me more than this one

FOTOGRAPHY PHRIDAY

 

 

I have never taken a picture that pleased me more than this one

comments (15)

i can understand your pleasure with it Chris... it's just great....petersmile
Chris: Thank you Peter. I liked the fact that so many unrelated things were happening at the same time
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Oct 2015, 04:56
I love the B&W and so many details. To me it looks like Napoleon missed the buss going home.... while sleeping too long and woke up a century later.
Chris: Yes he did Astrid, now he has to run to Waterloo
Well good for you! There is certainly a lot going on - several stories can be gleaned!
Chris: Without the central dog it wouldn't work but..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Oct 2015, 06:45
I understand why - look at the two -legged human beans and the four-legged dog - there is some sym-phony and harmony - and we are in Bath where you can meet even un Napoléon on a normal day!
Chris: Nothing is unusual in Bath Philine
It is a fine picture Chris.
Chris: I nearly didn't take it, until the dog walked into the frame
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 9 Oct 2015, 07:01
I guess it has something to do with all the leg work, Chris
Chris: Yes it does Lisl
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2015, 08:02
I bow down in admiration to such a masterpiece in that case. If that is Napoleon, is he looking for the boney parts on the dog?
Chris: If you remember, in the past the definition of someone who is mad was that they dressed as Napoleon..
I can see why Chris.
Chris: It just worked out Mick: thank you
Napoleon and the gazing at you girl make this for me. Well seen, Chris.
Chris: Thank you kindly Mary
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 9 Oct 2015, 11:50
The paws and your pause meant that this could never be a poor picture.
Chris: Oh dear..
Napoleon s'est échappé de l'asile ? Bien vu.
Chris: Yes he is now free to find new enemies Martine
I think this is a great image, you are right that it needs the dog, it pulls all the other parts together. I think the (excellent) judge we had at my club last Tuesday would have appreciated it also, he was not in the old fashioned traditional mould, oh and he awarded me 1st.prize in the prints class which also makes him a good bloke.
Chris: Then he must be a good man Brian!
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2015, 15:27
I can see why Chris - you have captured the moment brilliantly
Chris: Thank you kindly Anne: right place, right time..
This is full of quirky unlikely scenarios Tiff, bravo.
Chris: Mad isn't it Chad, all on our old stomping ground too..
  • Penny
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2015, 20:15
You've cut all those figures out yourself, haven't you Chris? Then carefully placed them in position for your shot. A dedicated labour of love.
By the way, I think Napoleon is a woman....
Chris: You have seen through my cunning plot Penny

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