Friday, February 3 | |

Kodak CX7430 Auto, aperture at f4.00, shutter speed at 1/30 sec., focal length of 82mm, no-flash, ISO 200, 01/27/06 at 13:51pm

Sometimes waiting for the right bus to arrive is a true test of one's patience. On a rainy afternoon in Chinatown in Singapore, I saw this old man waiting patiently. He waited and waited. He had that pensive look that was a mixture of both sadness and wisdom.


John said...

A very nice shot and I like the treatment that separates subject and background

Sidney said...

Great street shot!
Nice effect & contrast. I like the feeling of heavy rain & the expression on the man's face. Well done !

eden said...

love the contrasts and that bright red umbrella! nice find:)

eye said...

astig ng effect nito, doc! :) the compo itself is already dramatic, dagdagan pa nung subject-background isolation. galing!

Dr Emer said...

'Flattered naman ako sa comments nyo, Eden and Eye. I'm still feeling may way around. Salamat!

bayi said...

Pensive. Patient. Resigned to nature.

cergie said...

J'aime beaucoup ce bel homme résigné et son parapluie rouge... Qu'a-t-il de si précieux dans son paquet emmailloté comme un enfant ?

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