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sunny day bazaar IV

By mrtso
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kiev 60 arsat 80mm 2.8 fuji 100
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ninedayswonder's avatar
This is such a beautiful capture. I love the soft afternoon light through the window, it feels very lazy and quiet. I can almost smell the dusty books. :heart:
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Congratulations! This piece has been FEATURED in my latest news article, "Autumn Fragility"! Don't forget to give it a fave! Have a great day!
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MagicalFingers's avatar
Congratulations! :lol: This piece has been FEATURED in my latest news article, "Fire Flies & Empty Skies: Summertime"! [link] Don't forget to give it a fave!
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aflyingmachine's avatar
Really great capture :)
Vidiy's avatar
very good work!!!
moneyforgum's avatar
this is so lovely and quaint and it makes me nostalgic of an era i didn't even experience first hand.
IndifferentIsolation's avatar
wow someone likes to read! lol
Nightshade-Black's avatar
Love the photo, and the sight of so many books...it makes me envious.
fluffyvolkswagen's avatar
I love this!!! :clap:
Excellent!!! :aww::love:
Bit-Girl's avatar
what's the point of this picture?
azevinho's avatar
Does there have to be a point for art?
Bit-Girl's avatar
lol, no there isn't have to be a point to it.
sn4pdr4g0n's avatar
Generally, yes. "Art" without an idea behind it doesn't have much merit in my books.
azevinho's avatar
Well then, your looking at it the wrong way.
There is such a thing as spontaneous photographs. Usually taken without thinking or concept.
sn4pdr4g0n's avatar
Then that feeling of spontaneity should be conveyed. That is the idea behind it.
azevinho's avatar
I feel that from this image. I guess it is how each viewer sees each artwork.
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