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I was not going to post this but an e-mail conversation with Nig changed my mind. http://nigelclack.shutterchance.com/

All the best. mal

Wooooosh

I was not going to post this but an e-mail conversation with Nig changed my mind. http://nigelclack.shutterchance.com/

All the best. mal

comments (40)

  • Steve
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Nov 2007, 00:06
Ha! I'm first. Great shot Mal, love the lighting, compo, low angle and the swoosh of the ceiling lights. I'm surprised it's at 70mm though - it looks wider. Steve
  • Lesley
  • Montreal, Canada
  • 2 Nov 2007, 03:44
Another great perspective shot! I love the lines and movement you've captured here.
  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Nov 2007, 04:32
mal's dial-a-mood...

Full-frame, and we soar with the globe-circling Albatross; warmed by the sun; soothed by the gentle whoosh of rarified air gathering speed as it is directed over the the wing.

Crop 60% from the top, and we have become part of the gigantic hive of mankind; even at times when most of the swarm sleeps, the hive's technology blasts through the quiet with the deafening WHOOSH!!; we feel a little anxious, even as we sleep.
I'm glad you put it up Mal, so many lines to drag you into the pic and a lot of repeated yellow.
Funny that the blurry couple are whispering 'what's that retard doing on the floor with his camera and a bottle of whisky?'
  • sk
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Nov 2007, 07:24
another great shot here Mal, hope they didn't call u names LOL
  • shakara
  • Nigeria
  • 2 Nov 2007, 08:14
Lovely perspective !!
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 2 Nov 2007, 08:25
lol Nigel's comment! Mal, your shots like this are a treat! You've a knack for those great lights and lines and somehow pulling me along into those lights and lines.
  • Sheeplover
  • SW Wales, UK
  • 2 Nov 2007, 08:52
Glad you posted this Mal. Buttons seriously pushed wink
spot on mal,great shot.
  • Yẹni
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Nov 2007, 09:19
nicely done
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 2 Nov 2007, 10:31
Fantastic, love the little curve at the end
Lol, ditto Nigel exactly!

The people make it for me. Without them it would have been technically and artistically ace but without a soul.
Hi Mal - great height on this one - with these images you are spoiling us!

Have a great weekend.
Bernie
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 2 Nov 2007, 12:01
Go tell the couple you have blurred them for their unkind remarks smile

Interesting life's approach - if you miss the train, take a picture of it

Excellent blur and lines. The sort of yellow looks like golden sepia (new photographic invention).
Like a snake of light, really well done. I love the movement... Colours and light are just perfect Malcolm.
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 2 Nov 2007, 16:10
I really need to get into the habit of getting friendly with the floor if that yields such compelling perspectives! This is another lovely composition, but I think the 2s exposure may be a little long. The train almost looks stationary because it is just a long streak. A shorter exposure that hangs on to some of the verticals may convey more of a sense of motion. Or maybe I am just full of it as usual smile The shot works great as is.
  • claude
  • France
  • 2 Nov 2007, 16:19
You have been right to change your mind, Mal! Beautiful perspective and I like the toning a lot, great work as usual!
  • VZ
  • Atlanta, USA
  • 2 Nov 2007, 17:17
OK, be that way...suck us up into your picture once again. I have no will or desire to resist.
top form from mal...

...as usual!
Why would you not post this? It is absolutely amazing! Stunning, in fact. (:o)
Amazing perspective on this and you get a real sense of movement. I have a mental image of you lying spreadeagled on the floor to take this shot! Did you use a tripod or was the camera resting on the ground?
Ingrid
Great image, Mal. The inclusion of the couple definitely makes the shot for me.
  • Pilgrim
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Nov 2007, 19:17
Wonderful perspective and sense of movement. Great - what more can I say!! David.
  • chris
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Nov 2007, 19:21
Bullet train Mal? This station looks to clean to be here!
  • Frank
  • Germany
  • 2 Nov 2007, 20:11
Wow, this is a very great image. The light and the movement is excellent.
  • Otto K.
  • Atlanta, United States
  • 2 Nov 2007, 20:37
Very, very cool.
People make pictures, whako shot, love the view point.
wow what a difference from the b&w. still very good. love the motion blur.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Nov 2007, 09:37
Train platforms are full of metaphors - usually associated with waiting for a train - for me this shot inverts the thinking. I am with the people on the train wanting to get off - panicking that it hasn't stopped. ;o)
Great shot. What a nice perspective!
Nice. Very nice shot Quite powerful.
  • PhotoSam
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Nov 2007, 14:42
its pretty damn awesome, glad you posted...
Nice one Mal, cool lines and colour. And two more people calling you a retard for crawling around on a train station floor! Cheers, H.
I do not know that you had thought to fix today, but I am glad much that the conversation with Nigel has to change to you of opinion! A magnificent election. I like! and Likey!
This is great. I dare you to do it at rush hour.
Great colour and composition. Glad you posted it.
  • Freddy
  • Italy
  • 5 Nov 2007, 16:55
Amazing shot Mal and ... thanks to Nig smile

I like this picture very much!!
  • milou
  • coast hugging
  • 14 Nov 2007, 21:20
Energy in motion.
  • Jon
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 15 Nov 2007, 21:50
Love the low viewpoint. Top stuff.
  • Sysagent
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Nov 2007, 18:45
Amazing just amazing...

I am in two minds whether the people enhance or detract the image as a whole.

The colouring and hues on this are just so unique as well.
  • BeakerSt
  • Shutterchance
  • 27 Nov 2007, 22:34
Can't think why you wouldn't post it, I really like it. There's a lovely abstract in here if you clip off the left side just to the blue/green light...just an observation. smile

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