I'm a little late in saying so, but this is quite fantastic and special in every way. It's even more special because you chose to share it as a Valentine with friends. I'm honored to be among them. Thank you
Great Valentines concept! Bravo for the composition and light processing, Mr. Lawrence. It takes talent to bring out the sensuality in such a simple casual shot. Thanks for another great piece, my friend.
Sin city! That's the irst thought my rotten character has come up with. I don't mean the movie, I mean the song by Gram Parsons of the Byrds/Flying Burrito Brothers. This old town is filled with sin, it will swallow you in ... A timeless song taking a hard look at LA.
I'm sorry for a very un-Valentines Day comment, but such impressions happen in a split second - and often do not mirror reality but my own shortcomings.
It's a beautiful shot, Khuram, and quite mysterious in its own way. It could tell many stories, and no two would be the same. It could be the end of a story, or its very beginning too. In short: it is very inspiring. I only wish you would have given us some hints about how it came into existence. Not that it sould be important or crucial, but most probably it would satisfy my curiosity.
Okay. Only for you. Aneela and I were on our way (by walking of course) to a restaurant in Jumeirah, when I noticed this beautiful figure of a girl trying to hail a cab. The light was bright enough for me to set the aperture at F/6.3 - Shutter at 1/200 so I could get the best possible shadows and I took the shot.
It's more Conceptual than Street, but thanks! And thank you for the wonderful wishes, dear Carol. How did you guys celebrate your Valentine's day? Did you manage to drag B out of his studio long enough to have a nice dinner together?