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Friday, November 14, 2008

Cement Barbells, Rio

Comments on "Cement Barbells, Rio"


Blogger Brigadeiro said ... (11:06 AM) : 

Wowee...try doing chin-ups on those!


Blogger stacy said ... (11:12 AM) : 

everything you need for a good workout!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:19 AM) : 

Beautiful photograph. The "found" graphic quality is amazing.


Blogger Stephanie Clayton said ... (12:12 PM) : 

This image has a stark simple beauty. The composition, and contrasts in texture and value make this photo quite interesting.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:18 PM) : 

I like what you're finding when you look away from fashion: circles upon circles along with a subtle social commentary. Thanks for a peek behind the scenes.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:57 PM) : 

I'm more fascinated by the shapes of the the contrast of black and white...


Blogger Carolina Lange said ... (2:39 PM) : 

Very interesting shot!


Blogger STEFANIE said ... (8:22 PM) : 

Hey! An invisible person!
haha I'm sorry ^-^
I love that you for once didn't take a picture of a person, it is a very interesting shot! although your other people-shots are still very interesting too of course!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:29 PM) : 

That's hot. Very Rocky Balboa.


Blogger Miguel said ... (8:35 PM) : 

The whole picture reminds me of the buildings in my hometown in the late 60's and the 70's De veras!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:21 AM) : 

Interesting mix of colour, texture and line. Your photographs have so much more depth and 'roundedness' (for want of a better word) than many other peoples - the whole image speaks, there's nothing wasted.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:32 AM) : 

Those "windows" are actually screens, made with a certain type of clay brick that has a large perforated cross-sectional area. They are very common in tropical Latin America, in places where weather is warm most of the time. These screens filter daylight in a beautiful way, but they also provide something essential in these latitudes: Protection against intruders.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:43 PM) : 

I like how there is two of many things in this photograph as well as the beautiful various shades of grey, black and white


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:44 PM) : 

I like how there is two of many things in this photograph as well as the beautiful various shades of grey, black and white.


Blogger The Concrete Commentator said ... (9:15 AM) : 

I like this shot. The lines, and texture. I really love the contrast of the white wall and posts and the dark through the screens. The bar bells add a nice little surprise. Love!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:16 PM) : 

This picture is so interesting to look at. It makes me want to go and explore!


Blogger Mariana said ... (2:55 PM) : 

I am so happy to see this pictures from Rio!!! I love your blog and I am Brazilian. So proud to see pictures of my country on your blog!!! Thank you. ;)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:55 PM) : 

the symmetry was what first drew me in.

very subtle and captivating
almost rythmic


Blogger carmilevy said ... (4:46 PM) : 

There's a lovely sense of peace to this scene. I hope you continue to share these broader perspectives in future entries. Thanks for this!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:50 PM) : 

What is this?


Blogger Jack Daniel said ... (5:22 PM) : 

thats why they got good looking blokes!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:36 PM) : 

I love these urban design shots. Do more!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:11 AM) : 

poeple in brazil are born pretty...


Blogger komodomonster said ... (11:07 AM) : 

i saw you many times at rio summer. i won't stop five minutes and try some chat. worked a lot at that job and as a fan loose my opportunity to congratulate you.
you edited just few pictures from rio, and i already expected that. curious you have talked about the girl's hair in rio. fully true.
well, i worked so hard behind the scenes, like to know a little bit more about other impressions.
here: love your work. amazing pictures.
um abraço


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