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July 22, 2005
I would like to say that coming from this neighborhood, i feel martin has captured some important elements of everyday life in the bronx. The main one is the bodega. the two guys sitting in front, all the ads hanging off the sign in front, the ice machine, its location under an apartment building. these 24 hour "markets" are a big part of new york culture but specifically in the rougher neighborhoods in newyork. In addition you can see the graffitti on the gates of the store next to the bodega as well as the trash on the sidewalk. even the side walk and street just look grimey.
Victor
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July 20, 2005
Oh, I undestand, I thought the last comment was the most recent...Sorry martin.
pierre-neslon
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July 20, 2005
whow!..what's happen here? I can't see the first critique from Branon? I like this composition, lot af elements but the frame is good.
pierre-neslon
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July 20, 2005
As always perfect timing! The groups of 2, standing, walking, sitting and all groups keeping almost the same distance to eachother. Like the shot a lot. Wallpaper???
Alex
http://www.modelone.at
July 20, 2005
Branon, thanks for your critique! Would you mind letting me know why you think it's boring? That would be a way to learn and improve... There are some elements in it which I like. I'll let you know which later on.
Martin Fuchs
July 20, 2005
there is nothing going on in this pic... so boring. come on man give somethinging better than this.
branon


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Posted by Martin Fuchs on July 19, 2005 11:57 PM

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