30 thoughts on “The mighty Roy Bom and all kinds of sunburns

  1. You got some great photos here and I like how you use the gallery, which I never used before. Might try using it, too, for loads of pictures! ;) And we kinda have the same taste with the theme! :D I like how simple yet elegant your space here. Glad to have run through your blog!

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  2. jessicavoas says:

    I’m particularly fond of the image of the person standing on the rock with the traffic lights. It gives a surrealist dreamy feeling. Is this a double exposure?

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    1. Thank you for your comment and your question, Jessica! The photo was a single shot, the background is just a big advertisement on one of the buildings there. :)

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      1. jessicavoas says:

        Great job, definitely inspires a different perspective. Knowing what it is makes it even better. I always have a hard time finding photographs in cities that aren’t cliche/overdone/just of landmarks. I hope to see more like this from you!

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      1. Not everyone may notice enough to comment, or realize their perception of the tiling/juxtaposition, but they ‘get it’ subliminally, That’s all that counts. You’ve ‘succeded’ (sic?) haven’t you?

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