Industry vs. Nature: There are multiple positive and negative elements in this photo creating a good contrasting image. On the negative side, there is the pollution of a distant steel factory behind a derelict industrial site. The positive beautiful mountain range in the background and the flock of birds flying through the air provide a…
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I'm loving these posts of yours, Eric! I find myself revisiting them from time to time to review. These are great shots, but I can't help thinking the guy in his skivvies is lucky he chose a nice pair that day. It just would't be the same shot in frayed tighty-whities. ;)
I was immediately reminded of this picture: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/fOehwGYbm2BamBS4q-pbgtMTjNZETYmyPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink. I never thought to attach the word juxtaposition to it, though, so thanks for the vocabulary extension.
Great photo Joel. I love it. That actually covers another aspect of 'juxtaposition' that I didn't talk about which is when one element of the photo completes another element. It just goes to show how extensive photography can get! Cheers.
Number 5 and 6 are grouped together as two different ways to compare similarities. I think I'll edit the post to reflect that better. Thanks for pointing that out!
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