monochrome monday

Living Statue
Royal Street
New Orleans
April 2005


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46 comments:

  1. I love the feeling of movement in this, very nice, and perfect in B&W.

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  2. Great photo for Monochrome Monday.
    So typically Nawlins....
    Now I want some Beignets from Cafe
    du Monde..

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  3. for a split second I thought the Beatles where starting back across the street...ala Abbey Road

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  4. I don't know why, but I actually looked for myself in the picture. 32 days until I am there and I am so excited!

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  5. Sings: if ya don't know how ta do it, I'll show ya how to walk the dog!

    Daryl, you must have a special monochromosome that makes you the Queen of b/w!

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  6. Nice moment! Makes me laugh! Really looks like a statue in the middle of the road/ : -))

    - Pixellicious Photos

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  7. Is his little puppy smoking a cigar?

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  8. I still don't understand how he can hold that.

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  9. Great capture! I seem to only get the backside of a moving target like this. Aren't the streets of New Orleans full of characters and photographable moments.

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  10. I've seen him several times in the past several years! In fact, I saw him this summer!

    kblaidlaw

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  11. Oh yeah, B&W was definitely the way to go with this one Daryl! How fantatic! A contest winner, for sure.

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  12. Perfect timing on this shot. You captured it beautifully.

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  13. That is priceless. I'll have to tell you my adventures of Bourbon Street on day. Maybe at the Oyster Fest!
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  14. The amazing thing is that apart from you nobody seems to be noticing him. Amazing.

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  15. Fantastic capture Daryl!!!
    The movement in this shot is AWESOME!

    Have a great week :)
    Anna

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  16. Wow, that's just fantastic. I always find the people that do this so amazing, and your photo really captures him. The sense of motion in the stillness.

    Calico Contemplations

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  17. exceptional street scene!!

    love the backdrop to this fantastic character

    bless NO, what a city!

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  18. I can almost see him moving :) great shot!

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  19. Loving it. Of course, if I were to encounter him in the real world I might find it a little unsettling. Until I started shooting anyway. ;)

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  20. What a fun picture and perfect for Monochrome Monday!

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  21. Weird - but a perfect mono. How do they manage to keep so still?

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  22. This is an advance request for a Black and White for Dummies tutorial the next time I see you. Not in determining which shots to take in black or white but how on my friggin 'camera to make the shot black and white. (I'm pathetic but thank you in advance.)

    Awesome picture.

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  23. What a street! The statue is cool, but the whole street is alive.

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  24. Oh I've seen you post this before and glad you did again. I love love this photo. So FULL of action and yet, still. :)

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  25. Wow! How long does he have to stay like that? I hope the pay is good. My arms would fall off.

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  26. Just had to come back for another look. Sigh - will we get there again this year?

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  27. I hope it was a pedestrian area - or it would very soon have been a DEAD statue...

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  28. They amaze me their patience is astounding.
    Nice capture.

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  29. Wonderful, Daryl! Perfect for Monochrome Monday.

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  30. That is a great picture! He looks fantastic! Such fun!

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