Durban, South Africa
Markus, I admire how your photographers mind works noticing and capturing often abstract links in photos — such as this “speeding” car and the spares centre behind it. Perhaps one needs spares if driving at blurring speeds.
Wishing you a very Happy New Year!
Earl, thanks for the compliments. I certainly have a knock for motion blur, even with pedestrians, but here my search for a missing element that would bring the image to life was well rewarded.
Also, the play between the deeply shaded dark blue of the building and the very pale sunlit sky above works perfectly.
Carl, that spring (on the southern hemisphere) afternoon light was fine and soft – and I have to add that the E-M5’s sensor seems to be quite capable in rendering such subtleties. This is something that I had already earlier learned to love from my Sony A700, and this might be a characteristic of the Sony sensors (along with the blue sky noise), that they perpetuated in the product line the made for Olympus.
Well-timed and another nice blue for you.
Ah, Michael, I sometimes love to play a bit (if my fellow travelleres/walkers let me) and this situation was well worth a try, even if I was not sure how well that backlighted sky would come out.
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