Wednesday, November 22, 2006


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Her alter ego was holding a silent conversation with her as she stepped toward the street. . . This black granite facade on 4th Street captured the image of her constant companion. (Interesting art panels in the jacket construction).


Carraol said...

Good eye, a click later & she's gone.

~tanty~ said...

Hi Kim!
I'm back to town :)
Interesting and very creative photo!

Sally said...

Really lovely capture, kim

jing said...

wow..great second you caught!!
really fabulous!!

Olivier said...

superbe coup d'oeil Kim.
Voila deux soeurs jumelles ephemeres.

superb Kim glance. Veiled two transitory twin sisters. Cheer

Meg Nakagawa said...

That there, Kim, is the Kimono front jacket, the pattern for which I think I have had for a while, but it's somewhere in the bottom of the drawer, I guess. You must have been really quick to catch this moment. Well done.

Kim said...

Ooooh, Meg, that's too funny that you would have the jacket pattern. I didn't recognize it as one in the bottom of MY drawer :^).

Kim said...

Thanks everyone for your kind comments! Really nice of you to take the time to respond! This woman was moving pretty fast, so I was glad the shutter could keep up.

Annie said...

I really like that photo.

Happy Thanksgiving.

The Wellspring said...

ooo, cool photo! I like the idea of it being her alter ego - he he he

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