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edinburgh life in sepia

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9th Sep 2008, 10:40   | tags:,,

mara says:

I love all them

9th Sep 2008, 15:54

billion says:

thanx mara. I wanted to take pictures of people for a change but I'm not very good at it - ended up photographing pigeons.

9th Sep 2008, 16:50

taniwha says:

lovely series. I think you've captured something with the balloon blower

9th Sep 2008, 22:15

Caine says:

Fabulous series! 1st and 2nd shots faved. The 2nd shot is more than HL worthy.

10th Sep 2008, 01:31

billion says:

high praise indeed, caine! the second shot is a street performer on the royal mile. #1 is me and my gal chillin' beneath the scott monument.

10th Sep 2008, 10:24

Caine says:

Hee, I wondered why she had such an intent stare. :D

10th Sep 2008, 20:19

what a lovely series - seems to me you do fine with people

*faved you (edit) good grief, is that the person I've been exchanging music with?..... ;)

11th Sep 2008, 06:27

PrincessJun says:

oh I like! Somehow Edinburgh is made to be shot in sepia!

11th Sep 2008, 11:23

billion says:

pj - cheers :)

d - yeah. afraid so. you know, I really wish I didn't feel awkward taking pics of people. you're very lucky that your work allows you to photograph folks so freely.

11th Sep 2008, 12:04

taniwha says:

You're sitting to far away from your gal. c'mon slide over

12th Sep 2008, 18:34

Trishus says:

awesome pics.. in full agreement with all that love the second shot... i want wings like that!

14th Sep 2008, 17:29

tenten says:

Very nice! I adore this city more than ever!

15th Sep 2008, 00:17

I always ask their permission before or show them the shot and ask them if they'd like a copy after, billion... I know that's more difficult to do when you're a) a guy and b) not as short as me but it might make you feel more comfortable about it

Today I like #5 and the way your lady's lines follow the lines of the bit in the centre of the sculpture

9th Oct 2008, 08:32

Viv says:

really lovely set

13th Dec 2008, 15:49