Just a photo of a bunch of bikes, basically.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
wow..I wonder if everyone can find their own bike!! Nice shot!
4 Mar 2007 5:07am
@Bahar: Not after the parking attendant has been round to 'arrange' them in the best order! Cheers Bahar.
Lovely tones in this b/w - well done Daroru!
4 Mar 2007 8:52am
@Jerry: Thank you Jerry!
you are so clever to select your objects and compositions. EXCELLENT!!
4 Mar 2007 9:56am
@kaveh: You are very kind kaveh!
Incredible! Great capture!
4 Mar 2007 10:36am
@Craiger: Thank you Craiger!
Wow! Amazing details. And I like it black and white!
4 Mar 2007 11:05am
@Behrooz: Thank you Behrooz!
Very nicely done. Just the other day I was trying to capture the very same sort of scene. I didn't do half as well.
4 Mar 2007 12:43pm
@Mike Cash: Cheers! Those bike parks definitely cry out to be photographed don't they Mike?
Excellent! I've tried but never succeeded in photographing a mass of bikes like this as well as you have.
4 Mar 2007 6:41pm
@Damon Schreiber: Thank you Damon!
Great PJ shot!
4 Mar 2007 9:15pm
@shar: Thanks shar!
Excelent composition, nice b/w shot.
4 Mar 2007 9:46pm
@frank: Cheers frank.
Composition of tendency minimalL with excellent aesthetic sense. Good work my friend!
5 Mar 2007 6:53pm
@filipe franco: Thank you felipe! Appreciate your comments.
Nice shot Daroru. Oh, I will try to find a friends bike there, his bike was stolen probably 3 weeks ago... =(
5 Mar 2007 11:14pm
@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: It's going to happen at some point in Japan! I hope your friend gets it back. Thanks for the visit Alfredo.
Great picture. Really good.
6 Mar 2007 1:25am
@Jacobo: Thank you Jacobo.
Good choice to shoot this photo in B&W. Very effective
10 Mar 2007 10:48pm
@Andi: Cheers Andi!
very japanese! great capture D,
16 Mar 2007 8:06am
@aaxan: Thank you aaxan!
cool photo great b/w
20 May 2007 1:12am
@Double KK Photography: Cheers Double KK.
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