Path to Art

I really pushed the processing on this one. I’d like to hear from viewers as to whether it’s a bit much. The original is properly exposed but I decided to give it a certain “look.” This is the park and path behind the Art Gallery of Ontario, taken last winter, taken with my old Panasonic point & shoot. Hope you like it, but don’t feel obligated to. 🙂

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6 Responses to Path to Art

  1. Frances says:

    I love it, as usual. It looks like a Christmas card to me!!

  2. aswirly says:

    I like it. The rather high key gives it a real wintery feel

  3. Mary Lynn Muir says:

    I really like it! There is a very ‘atmospheric’ feel to it. I also like the sense of proportion and perspective that seems to be your trademark. I have developed a new appreciation of street photography and the effect of including people in the photo since following your blog. Thanks!

    • Thanks Mary Lynn, that’s nice of you to say. In the beginning I used to frown upon people getting in the way of what I was photographing, but now I often will wait for a person or people to enter the scene before snapping the shutter. For me, I find a photo without someone in it sort of misses the mark, particularly when it comes to street photography. To each his/her own, of course.

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