July 16, 2011

LIFE OF THIS WOMAN




I will leave my photography to talk about the world in which we live.

Once again I'm participating in memes



Other black and white photographs you can see if you walk through my blog. There are many such photographs  because I'm in love with black and white photography :)
My other photographs with shadows you can see in posts


76 comments:

  1. I love the way your black and white strips away the extra noise in the photo and leaves the raw emotion. I checked out the rest of your blog, some awesome photos there!!

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  2. Nice shot with great shadows!

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  3. Marvelous black and white capture, Tatjana! Terrific composition and such sharp clear shadows and it does speak for the world in which we live! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. The shadow of the woman and cart seem to be in motion with the original subjects. The task seems to be to get what we need in the market or wherever and get it home at the earliest. The day is brilliant in sun and warm in temperature, a great backdrop to a stunning black and white portrait of life!

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  5. I love this shot. A moment well captured and great light and shadow effects.

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  6. You have wonderful and unusual photographs to share.
    Shalom to you.

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  7. I spent quite some time on your blog enjoying your photography. Fantastic work!

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  8. A picture paints a thousand words. I love this shot too!

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  9. A fine picture, one can easily imagine stories around the scene.

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  10. Your photography speaks volumes - it is stunning! I love black and white and the shadows are so sharp. Beautiful!

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  11. Great B&W shot! And yes! It speaks for itself!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Hope you are having a nice and happy weekend****

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  12. Perfect photo for both memes and I like the perspective!

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  13. hi Tatiana, i am new here and your photos really inspire photo hobbyists like me. I browsed also on your previous ones. thanks.

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  14. Wonderful shadow shot!
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  15. I´ve been looking at some of your pictures here, like them a lot! And thanks for your comment on my blog!

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  16. The harshness of the light is perfect for the subject, and the long shadow adds an intriguing dimension.

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  17. Showing an everyday slice of life in an uncluttered way makes this an interesting street photograph. The sharp shadow tells the story of perhaps a hot day, but certainly sunny.

    [Tatiana, I wonder what you mean by the word "cadre"... do you mean subject? In English, cadre means a group in a profession or communist activists, and I don't think you mean either of those. :-) ]

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  18. nicely composed photo, lovely shadows too

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  19. Thank you all for wonderful comments.

    Francisca, cadre also mean part of the movie camera to record once, without interruption or cadre is space that covers film camera shooting.
    In my comments cadre=scene.

    Regards and best wishes for all

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  20. Thanks for the explanation, Tatjana. Still, I can find no reference to the word cadre in the context you describe it. Can you point me to a website that explains this further? I'd be interested to understand more. In any event, it's not a commonly used word... :-) Keep shooting!

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  21. Francisca, at this moment I can't find any English website.
    The term derives from the French word cadre and means framework.
    The word retains the same meaning and are now used worldwide.

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  22. Great shot again!
    'Like a dream' is really clever. I wish I had ps too...maybe one day.
    Have a good week ahead!

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  23. That's such a wonderful capture! Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

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  24. A very nice photo, with interesting perspective :) /Limar

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  25. Oh boy....I would love to spend a day with her in her element, and learn about her life..........wouldn't you? Terrific photo. Giving us all so much to think about and contemplate.

    Thanks for visiting with me, and leaving me your calling card with a sweet comment today.

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  26. Black & White has a way of speaking to us quite differently from color. You have to wonder about this woman's story....

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  27. Nice shot! I like the shadow and the perspective!!!

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  28. Nice black and white. I like the contrast.
    Does make you wonder what this lady's life must be like.

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  29. Black and white, so appropriate for this capture.

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  30. Makes one wonder about the details of her life.

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  31. This photo could tell a thousand stories. I would love to know about this lady. We may all be different, but we all have a shadow.

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  32. you BLOW ME AWAY with your photos. absolutely.

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  33. Amazing photo ! It's such great subject for B&W ! Bravo !!

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  34. Beautiful shadowy photo!

    My shadows, hope you can visit and see. Have a great week ahead!

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  35. i like your concentration on b&w photography. contrast is a great way to bring out the shadow.

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  36. Beautiful photography!...Christine

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  37. I love the shot too. Beautifully captured.

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  38. Your photo is great as all of yours are. You really capture a story in them.

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  39. Divno,divno.Vidis kako su prelepi komentari.Odusevljena sam.Ljubim te

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  40. With your comment you add an extra dimension to your photo. I can't help start thinking.

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  41. A very intriguing and compelling image which does very well to speak for itself!

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  42. This is an incredible shadow shot! I love your use of black and white; you are inspiring me to branch out a bit. Thanks so much for stopping by to say hello.

    Kathy M.

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  43. This shot seems very mysterious!

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  44. Really interesting photo. Simply by taking it, you've elevated a common sight into something to contemplate. Ah, but how you take it is where the art is. Looking at your other photos it's clear you have a really good eye.

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Believe it or not, I've been to Skopje.

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  45. You have made many amazing black and white shots. Love your work.

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  46. Love your black and white shots - there is so much action and feeling there - both the lady and the child with a ball are terrific - Jane

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  47. Interesting photo and composition. Great capture! :)

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  48. Nice! The black and white makes the photo so much deeper I think, regarding the emotions it brings.

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  49. Although the photo looks idyllic in the sunlight, the pram with her belongings perhaps tells a darker story?

    Great capture.

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  50. Well, The sharp shadow tells the story of perhaps a hot day, but certainly sunny. Black and white, so appropriate for this capture.

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  51. This picture expresses perfectly the very hard life this woman has ! I don't want to change with her that's for sure !

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  52. This photo has many unspoken words,
    very poignant. I think you have a beautiful blog.
    Regards from Norway

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  53. Intriguing photo. You are so right.

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  54. You are such an excellent photographer. Wonderful ShadowShot. Have a good week ahead!

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  55. Wonderful photo. The black and white shot says so much.

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  56. Your photo tells a lot of stories. A great contrast to my own.

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  57. Great and very impressive work! Perfect adaptation for b&w Tatjana.


    best regards,

    isabella

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  58. Ohhh! what a great shot for shadows. Thanks anyway for the SSS visit yesterday.

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  59. I loved this photo, it makes me wonder where she was going. Perhaps she had already been somewhere and was on the way home. I have enjoyed looking at your photos on your blog, I too love black and white photographs. Thank you for your comments on my blog too.I look forward to your next shadow shot.

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  60. I have been looking around your blog. Your photography is very dramatic.

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  61. I have been taking a walk here at your blog, and do see your b/w love, and shadows too :-D
    Great shots all over the line ;-)

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  62. Nice shot- you speak volumes with your photography!

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  63. I like this shot. It's very 'real' life.

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  64. I love the shadows in your photos are always an important element. greetings.

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