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Minimalist, contemporary and experimental photography by Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson Posted on: October 13, 2011
Where have all the good times gone?
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Very interesting shot +Steve Johnson I'm particularly enjoying how the negative space works.
Love the simplicity of this one +Steve Johnson, great photo!
+Jon Savage Thanks Jon – the postive/negative space thing is a minor obsession I must admit. There is an argument to be made that we have things the wrong way around, that the spaces should be regarded as posaitive because we can see into them but that can get pretty esoteric pretty quickly (:
+Francis Gorrez Thanks Francis.
very Lunar feel what what Neil Armstrong would make of this. Super
Don't look back at all the things you used to do, some of them will be so much easier tomorrow! :)
The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but thethings you do for others remain as your legacy.
+John Frenzel Thanks! – Armstrong woulkd have been surprised to find Lake Michigan over that crest rather than the Sea of Tranquility I suspect (:
Intriguing. Can't think of anything else to say about it. I did stare at it for 30 seconds straight.
+Greg Murray Thanks for staring (: – if you did that I'm happy whatever the conclusion – seriously.
It just wouldn't let me look away for awhile. Great job! +Steve Johnson
+Greg Murray Thanks Greg – really appreciated.
wow +Steve Johnson, has a lunar feel to it.
+Sam Weinstein probably too much science fiction and JG Ballad – he warped my view of beachfront communities for ever.
once again steve… i love your warped. mas por favor :)
Fantastic photo and caption Steve!
+Nathan Beaulne Thanks Nathan!
+Sam Weinstein You are too kind :)
Perfect message conveying image. Subtle yet powerful.
Thanks Sumit – I don't often black out the sky by ajusting the blue channel but it seemed right for this.
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