you keep making me want that 10-22 :(
Wouw, the light is perfect!
i love this one, and i too am considering getting one of those 10-22.
As always, great job Sam...
I've been a long time subscriber to your RSS feed, and I love your daily dose. This however has completely blown my mind. I hope you don't mind but I've put it up over at my tumblr blog at beefrap.tumblr.com
Keep up the fantastic work!
I like this place, there's also a nice elephant :-).
Your posts over the past few days haven't blown me away, but this one is great; I've seen these guys before, but never so close, and the light you caught on them just brings them (eerily) to life.
have you been to Calgary? we have almost the same statue...
Ah, very cool. :) I love the light on their faces and similar tones throughout the photo. It's like they belong in that world and appropriate that no humans are in sight.
I love the tones you pulled out of this image!
When we lived in Toronto I always loved seeing those metal guys! You've done a great job capturing two of them going about their business.
Nice one! These guys look like they're having a jolly chat after a days work.
I think the framing is perfect. I also think that the use of black and white was a great choice. I love the way they both seem to be looking up at the buildings in amazement.
"no really, sir
it's my pleasure...
really it is"
Nice shot. The toning is nice too.
I love the tones in this photo! Nice use of perspective too.
This sculpture is by the late Canadian artist, William McElcheran, who created a series of sculptures of portly businessmen which were a whimiscally gentle, yet critical, commentary on capitalism.
Great lighting and colour for this one! Thanks for finding and sharing, Sam!
I always thought this was mediocre corporate sculpture in a cold corporate courtyard, but you've caught something dynamic and humorous for sure.
That is an Amazingly Eerie photo, well done!
The statues interest me for they are new from when I lived in Toronto. I'm curious as to what they represent. The closest one makes me think John Belushi. They make for a moody shot.
It amuses me how many are jealous of your 10-22 lens, which is way useful in the city. Out here in the country I'm aching for more telephoto - to get close to the birds and all. There's no end to want.
Really nice angle, and great subject matter.
totally amazing shot, grats on giving this picture something really special with you wide angle!
Oustanding atmosphere and dark\bright style. Also love the contrast between round shaped statue and sharp straight building paterns. There really somthing here.
Keep shooting so Awesomely
you are one inspirational & impressive man sam
this is excellent. very bold
wow i love the action and emotion in this shot
Great perspective in this shot. I like the statues' facial expressions.
Wow! Yes! Excellent! Love this very cool take on the statues!*!*!*
This is a real WOW shot! Unique, a little quirky, and a lot of fun.
You are Excellent!!!!!!!
A captivating shot, perfectly exposed and very well composed. Good job!
Great perspective. I didn't see these guys last time I was in Commerce Court, assuming this was shot there. Love the toning, too.
A great shot, I love the tones and the light reflecting off the guys.
I was shocked when I saw this in Toronto too!!! The inscription, if I remember correctly, says that these came in a set of 4.
I wonder where the other two are.
The capture is just perfect with all these lighted windows !
love this capture . surreal