... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
He'd be proud to see this photo!Lucy
You've captured him looking so vulnerable, so exposed, and so beautiful.
You could craft quite a story from this photo. He looks full of thought, full of having done things and full of trepidation for the future. A lovely poetic capture of this man.
This is just a wonderful photo!:-)Have a great sunday!
Love the way you've caught the light on his upper torso. Wot no shoes?
Is he a zebra? Your photo is black and white and he is walking across the "zebra crossing!"
Ah... the light, the bold stripes make this one.
Very nice monochrome Julie!!! Then again, he makes a great subject!!! But seriously...your composition, the contrast between him and the crosswalk, the light...very nice!!!
Nice catch on the light!
That lighting was highly professional!
Wow gorgeous, dramatic light here - makes him look statuesque. The black and white works perfectly.
Very nice monochrome shot. I like the strong white lines and the man walking through the light.
I like all your "volunteers" for the various themes!
I like that a lot. Great shot.
What a nice place it must be, being able to walk barefoot through town.
Oh my. Yum. He's delicious! Great shot - I don't think I'd like it as much in color - monochrome makes it warmer somehow.
Is he in his wet bathers? We call them swimming suits. Bathers is betters.
Yes, his bathers (we also call them swimmers or cossies) are dripping as much as his torso. I think he has his t-shirt scrunched up. He has his watch on but, surprisingly he does not have his car keys dangling from his other hand. The angle at which he is walking indicates to me that he is heading towards a car. Noone - noone - walks barefoot up those stairs! This was about 7am on a Sunday morning.The coloured version is quite as delicious as this. Very warm and sensuous ...
that's great capture Julie...thanks for the visit..
this is a great shot.. a moment frozen...
The light on his body is great, his body isn't bad either. One day I'm expecting to see my daughter or partner in one of your shots. In fact I thought that was him at first.
I thought there is Marcus Aurelius crossing the road..and it will be perfect if there is a roman building as the background.Thanks for visiting mine ;)
Brilliant shot. It's like an ad in a glossy magazine.
This works well in B&W the contrast and that delicious swipe of light on his body.
That IS a great shot!!
Caught just right for the light, great study.
Beautiful capture of this man - it makes me wonder where he is going, or where he is coming from - what he is thinking. The light captures his contemplative expression, and accentuates his body so beautifully!
Great light! Just enough to see what is important.ByeSerge
The light on the side of the face, shoulder, and foot, the angle of the crosswalk lines, perfect. Nice looking fellow, too! Your photos are so amazing.
I knew there was a good reason to go down under ASAP :-D. Wonderful capture Julie!
Stunning candid portrait, the light is lovely. ~ Calico Contemplations
Great shot Julie! The lighting and the composition are perfect.
The photo is technically very good, but couldn't you find a 19 year old of the opposite sex?
*grin*Then I would need to replace the lens in my own eye socket first!
Mmmmn, nice. :)What is there about monochrome that adds a magic to a photo, which might not be there otherwise. Love this shot, Julie.
Well hell's bells Julie, pull out the color version for us. Warm and delicious, I"m game!!! Terrific monochrome. A winner.....and so is the subject! :)
I want to move to Sydney...Ciao and thanks for becoming a regular at Roma Every Day!Eleonora
hmmmm...no comment...I'll just look ;D
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