o.T. XXIII

Leipzig

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12 thoughts on “o.T. XXIII

  1. I bet you’re pleased with this – you should be, it’s fantastic! To add to what Alan said above, the cobblestones on the street also contribute. You always use things like that – lines in sidewalks or streets and architecture – so well. Have a great week Karl!

  2. The two pairs of legs walking in opposite directions, with upper bodies hidden by the painting, only adds to the humor. Cartier-Bresson couldn’t have done it any better in terms of timing and framing.

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