Love the light. Masterfully captured, Juan. This is real storytelling. Great!
Thank you,Stefan, but I think but I think I was lucky to attend the beginning of the story and its outcome! Passing quickly over there, I could see how that couple was discussing whether they should enter to have coffee in the cafeteria or not. I barely had time to frame and shoot, unable to check if I had selected the right settings on my camera. (I had been shooting in manual mode until the time). Finally, they entered the cafeteria and later I could see them on the platforms, complaining that they had lost their train as it faded into the distance
César, I really loved it too, whilst I focusing this scene composed somewhat by interesting strips! That’s what led me to opt for the B & W to process this image and highlight more intensely their textures, although I must admit that their colors (ocher saturated in the field green vegetation and bright blue sky) , were really beautiful!
'Love the combination of vertical and horizontal lines in this’.
Many thanks, Esra! This is one of those times I would have loved to do the same photo in another moment of the day, which probably would have differently highlighted these grooves. When I shot, it was exactly noon and the light fell perpendicularly upon them, so they just projected no shadow. I guess things like this make us realize that we are more involved in photography … time ago, I would have shot without considering all these variables!
Gracias, César! Me encanta encontrar repeticiones o patrones en los temas que fotografío y aquí fue fácil componer gracias almodo en el que estaban dispuestas las escaleras. Me alegro de que te haya gustado!