The orange shot is the original one.
Dinner after the long walk. I really like this place; actually not for the food.
I knew I'd need a miracle.
It's somewhere, hidden from view
A portrait, an epitaph
"Long walk: Parkway-KolakChal-Vanak-Home" Series
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A portrait as a proof of being here :)
even though was an instant, somebody remembers...
Who reads epitaphs?
13 Apr 2009 5:23am
13 Apr 2009 6:29am
Another kind of reflection you're in too :) Love both, and the duet is great since we're at least two inside of ourselves... Brilliant too, dear !
13 Apr 2009 7:01am
@k@: I found myself compelled to be the ever-present shadow. And I do agree with what you say about the duet presentation.
Thank you Karine :)
Shirin ghoghaaaa kardi, tafakore akasit ro ham gheir az techniquet doost daram.
13 Apr 2009 7:44am
Very nicely observed, Shirin
13 Apr 2009 10:48am
interesting shots, both color tones :)
13 Apr 2009 12:16pm
Superbly done. Bravo!
13 Apr 2009 2:20pm
13 Apr 2009 2:34pm
Excellent work here. I like how you present two takes on the same shot.
13 Apr 2009 3:16pm
It is superb to see the two ones ,the yellow and white !
13 Apr 2009 3:53pm
cool captures,both are nice...
the idea is good,as always :D
13 Apr 2009 9:12pm
You are pretty tall, Shirin? 170cm? Or just optical illusion? :-)
I thought the light changes colors...that would be cool as well, wouldn't it? What did you have for dinner? There is a Persian restaurant next to a Japanese restaurant that we go all the time, everytime we pass the Persian restaurant we saw people sitting on the floor with big pillows, always wonder what are they eating...I should take a photo of the restaurant some day just for you. :-)
14 Apr 2009 2:43am
@Ti: Hi Ti,
I'm 167 cm tall! No optical illusions! :-) And it was a regular fast food place but I have some great memories there.
And yes, those lights change colors but I cannot capture the next color without any moving! :-)
I googled for Persian restaurants in Alpharetta and I came up with Darvish Persian Tea House. I don't know about the quality of the Persian food there, but I can guarantee that Persian cuisine is fantastic! (be sure to read through "Persian cuisine in the West" section).
We call those big pillows "Poshti" or "Mo-kh-ad-deh". Actually it is some traditional stuff and cannot be found in all Iranians houses these days (at least not in big cities). But they're so cool! Not all Iranians sit on the floor for meals any longer, but then again it was one of the traditions when all family members gathered around for meals. I think we all have lost all those good stuff from the past. They're all dissolved. I thank God for my family; we're still almost fine.
Awesome!!! This is just another beautiful creation. Brilliantly captured.
15 Apr 2009 10:49pm
I like the orange one. It's lively somehow.
16 Apr 2009 5:36pm
@Ãmir: Thanks Amir :)
I think the same way, but I wanted to picture the contrast here. The contarst between moods.
Very pleasing effects in both images here . . amazing how much can be taken away in revealing more . .
19 Apr 2009 2:48pm
I like how you have chosen to present this ... I think it suggests boldness and creativity ... you have an eye for the visually extraordinary ... ron
19 Apr 2009 10:41pm
@Ron: Thank you so much Ron :)
I like both - especially when presented together like this.
21 Apr 2009 12:16am
i like the original one better. it gives me a warm feeling. a happy state. but they look good together. well done
21 Apr 2009 9:31am
@romine: Thank yuo so much Romine for stopping by.
Well done diptych shot..Good idea..Nice effect..Bravo!
25 Apr 2009 10:29pm
What a distinctive pair of shots these make like this. I like either one !
26 Apr 2009 5:23am
Beautiful series of portrait shot, very creative! Bravo!
26 Apr 2009 2:52pm
i love this concept! wonderfully conceived and executed!! :)
27 Apr 2009 5:35am
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