Published: Thursday 3rd of November 2005 10:39:16 PM
I love the dynamic of this photograph, the way their legs have similar positions,the shiny hair of those girls contrasted with his grey and chaotic hair, his white clothes versus their dark clothes, the sepia, the atmosphere. Great catch! (I would have cut a little bit more at right, that little black corner distracts my attention a little bit...)
Great capture , it looks like consulting with the wise men . i love the way he seats , relaxed & patient, listening . the location with all the wall painting contributes to a mysterious atmosphere .
Sabina, Alon Thank you both for your comments. I was lucky, it is a snapshot of a special moment... I agree with Sabina about the contrast of the people and with Alon about the misterious atmosphere. Those are exactly the feelings that you get when you visit his park. Funny thing: You can find sculptures from Bruno Weber in a lot of places, not only in Switzerland, and they are so well integrated to their surroundings that most people dont really identify his name. I do recommend a visit if you are once nearby (Near Zurich, that is).
Thank you Stephen and Jim I enjoy having you as visitors and reading what you see on the image. It is very interesting to know what an image represents for others... I can tell you that they were talking for hours. They surely reached this intimate point that you are refering to. Me, I had time to wander arround the whole park and take some pictures. Please come back soon, you are very welcome. Alejandro
I like how their feet appear to be touching, adds a certain chemistry and intimacy to the discussion. Great catch.
I'll tell you a trick Jack, take two good looking young women and let them speack with an artist. I swear he will not even realize that you are there ;-)... Being serious, thanks for your kind words and your thoughfull comments. It is very motivating to read them. Alejandro
An absolutely wonderful picture. It's very difficult to put your visual stamp on a scene without stamping on the scene so to speak. All of your candid photos seem to honor the unvarnished truth of the moment while framing things in a very straightforward yet highly sophisticated way. Your integrity is apparent in your pictures. Regards, Jack
Alejandro, Ha- I am laughing at your 'trick' advice above.... Nice capture, I like the whole folder. Good b&w.
This is one of the best photos what I saw in my life. Perfect!
Talking to Bruno Weber Visited the park, talked to the artist, took some pictures there. It was a good day... Please leave some feedback. Alejandro