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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Apr 2016, 02:03
That alleyway is wide enough to be called an Avenue in some places, Chris.
Chris: It stops at the tree and is, in fact, a parade.

Of course a parade can be a number of other things. For instance the man could be thought of as parading. But without other to join him this could be seen as a rather sad exercise in futility
that's one fancy alley...
Chris: With a tree that shouldn't be there Larry
  • Martine
  • France
  • 10 Apr 2016, 02:35
Jolie composition. Le monsieur a autant de classe que l'immeuble.
Chris: He is a proud member of the proletariat Martine
Oh I really like this photo, Chris. I can see it in a magazine for... I don't know what... something!
Chris: That about a magazine for railings enthusiasts?
i like this shot. if converted to b/w, specially with that gentleman, this shot could be made to look like from perhaps several decades ago, Chris.
Chris: Yes it could: thank you Ayush
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Apr 2016, 08:30
A super timeless scene. Even the gent fits it nicely. It would look very different with someone with with no knees to their ripped jeans.
Chris: The person you describe would not be photographed by me
This looks like a scene from a spy thriller, Chris, though I know its not, it looks foreign.
Chris: I know what you mean Frank
A very impressive alleyway, or 'jitty' as the locals round my way call them!
Chris: I have never heard that term before Brian but I know there are plenty of variations
Yes I thought of say the thirty nine steps, a timeless shot free of modern clutter
Chris: The joys of taking pictures in conservation areas exposed..
A fine terrace, with something nasty beyond!
Chris: 1960s nasty Tom

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