Sunday, April 13, 2014

Every picture has a story.

Bike Rack
There's always a story behind every photograph. I was meeting a friend at Poseidon's Square in Handen at noon today. I arrived on the Steel Horse fifteen minutes early, so after parking the bike I looked around for something, or someone to photograph. There was nothing that caught my eye on the square so I walked up the stairs, and there it was. Against a cement wall. A bike rack. Circle after circle. Made of steel. So I hunched down and started shooting with the 85mm lens and this was the result.

10 comments:

Gunn said...

You have EYES, and I am glad I found your interesting and nice blog!:)

Luis Gomez said...

Really cool!

Stuart said...

Yes, a great eye indeed. I would not want to fall into this black hole... but it's great from this view point.

Lasse Jansson said...

Häftigt och naturligtvis perfekt i svartvitt! Bra uppfattat och bra fångat.

Barbara Farr said...

Cool.

RedPat said...

Super!

William Kendall said...

It feels hypnotic!

Jack said...

You have a fine eye for things like this. (I am in a creative dry spell . . . maybe I can break out of it by attempting some unusual images of usual things.)

Stefan Jansson said...

You know Jack I have been in a creative dry spell for several months. It's been many years since I used the camera so little. I made a decision yesterday to only have one lens with me, and that helped a little.

LOLfromPasa said...

A great result.