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Nice; I like the contrast with the wall.Perhaps in the future there will be little cell phones embedded in the walls of buildings for people to use. I still miss the rotary-dial phones.One advantage of this type of phone – people at work can’t contact you when you’re out at lunch.
What a great play of colours, Elaine. This is no photograph but a monument: Great title, great frame, great shot, my dear! The contrasts & light leaves me admiring your work. As always! Love it, love it, truly love it. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
You’ve made a simple phone booth glow. Excellent!!!
lights and colors are just amazing ! beautiful processing , miss Elaine ! have a nice day , and bisous bisous
More nice work with the lighting. And this goes so well with the previous post. I wonder how Tony Soprano will conduct business when the last of these heads to the great garbage dump in the sky?
I wonder if there is any swine flu germs on that handset. Love the glow!
great lighting, colors and textures
Great processing, excellent light and colors!
Haven’t seen these phone booths in a while. 🙁
the textured wall and smooth surface of the booth makes a good contrast!
I always wonder how many different types of germs are covering those things when I see them.
Isn’t that the truth. I like the gritty feel to this.
I really like this, the tone/colour and that subtle glow, as if it’s just appeared there and may pop off again at any moment. I’m talking jibbersih again aren’t I? lol 😉 You must be used to it by now? This is modern you know, we still have the old red ones in some places!
it’d be a nice photo project to capture the remaining phone booths.. 😀 great capture.. 🙂
after they made phone booths too small to change clothes in… it was all downhill.
LOL at Seraphine. Well, you’re right. These will become relics that our grandshildren will want to find and put in their yards somewhere!
Elaine, this is the first I’ve seen your work – this phone booth has an amazing glow about it! It’s more like a monument to a phone booth, it has such presence.Lovely work. Congratulations. I look forward to seeing what you do next with your incredible x-ray vision (or whatever you have that allows you to see things as you do.All the best!Elaine (@laineyd7)
Yes, they certainly are. I’ve got my eye on one I drive past in western Maine from time to time, just waiting for the day when it disappears.
How right you are! And even with this one – can you imagine Superman changing in there?!
Very beautiful realization, good capture, good day with you.
Ya dont see these much anymore!
Beautiful treatment! Great title too. It’s almost hard to remember having to use these old things. Nice work.