Saturday, April 15, 2006

Portrait 5


Chinatown, NYC

6 Comments:

Blogger Karen Mojo said...

" A Slow day at the office"

I like the way you capture people you tell their story in a Click of a Button.

Happy Easter Gil

15/4/06 1:43 PM  
Blogger Sumiko said...

hi, i just looked at your blog for the first time. i'm amazed. you have such a great talent to see art in everyday things. what other people see as mundane and not out of the ordinary, you see as an opportunity to turn it into a beatiful piece of art. your photography is inspiring to me. one day i would like to go to new york. keep up the great art!!

16/4/06 3:37 AM  
Blogger JLB said...

Another thought-provoking piece Gil, thank you.

Have a great week!

16/4/06 8:33 PM  
Blogger jennifer said...

that's a really lovely picture! you seem to really be able to capture people's vulnerability, congratulations!

18/4/06 8:46 PM  
Anonymous Indigo Bubbles said...

I love the light in this picture - it shines right through the soul of the portrait.

By the way, I like your work, and am missing NYC. Your pictures show the quiet, but intense and emotional side of NYC. People don't think of that side.

18/4/06 11:16 PM  
Blogger Barry Wood said...

I'm not a photographer, but there's something really special and really real in this photograph. It truly shows how lonely it can be on a busy sidewalk. There's a sadness too. It is as though the man hopes that someone buys something soon. Also, it seems like the man is thinking about something--perhaps his mother or his career. Outstanding.

22/5/06 10:27 PM  

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