Another man and the other wall 2006-03-308 Comments
Thanks for all the thoughtful comments on yesterday's image. We chose to post this one because we feel that it's interesting in it's own right, and that because of their similarities they make a nice pair.
This is the other side of the building from yesterdays post, facing the main street. Those barrels have been standing there for months now and we wonder what's inside...
Stay tuned as we have completely different images for the weekend ;)
Everything is this great shot has a used and scruffy look to it. john @ 2006-March-30 13:34
the light is really nice, i much prefer this one because of this light that gives more depth to the picture. The character seem to be more sharp too and i find the scenery with those barrels more interesting. I really like this shot Julien @ 2006-March-30 14:36
Agree with Julien. The light and texture of this shot pop out very nicely. And I think it portrays your idea better than yesterday's image. This area may be older and less kept, but the sun can still shine brightly on those that live here. :-) Dennis Rogers @ 2006-March-31 02:19
Great shot. The man seems to be lost in his thoughts as if mentally repeating the stuff he has to buy from the grocery shop...or the complete pointlessness of his trip. Very evocative. navin harish @ 2006-March-31 08:19
Nice pair indeed with yesterday's photo. Especially because they are walking in different directions. Wim van der Meij @ 2006-April-5 08:59
Is that hazardous waste in those barrels? I've seen barrels like those in the USA and they had PCB in them. The reason I know that is because they were marked with PCB. Sherri @ 2006-April-12 17:50
We tried to find out and apparently those barrels contain leftovers of a road construction that took place a few months before. But yes, at first we were a little irritated. sknop @ 2006-April-12 21:36
Road construction leftovers? This can't be good. Sherri @ 2006-April-13 14:38