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The Long Walk Home
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Dayo


Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
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Date: Fri November 30, 2007
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zander

Registered: May 2007
Location: UK
Posts: 117
Wed March 12, 2008 13:02 Rating: 5.00 

I don't feel the title quite matches the image. The footprints are coming towards us and I get the impression that the person who left the footprints has arrived. I'm guessing that you took the shot with the camera tilted at an angle and this I like. Good shadows give the footprints a 3D feel.


My interpretation of the title would be an out of focus figure in the distance on the horizon with the footprints leading to them. Simple foreground like a beach, or maybe better would be a desert with a simple background (mountains and sky), or walking along one of those long straight roads you get running through the American deserts. Focused on the footprints about 1/3 into the shot.

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Sometimes you've got to do your own thing...
...and sometimes you've got to follow the crowd.
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Dayo

Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
Wed March 12, 2008 18:18

Thanks 4 the feedback. I agree the title isn't a perfect fit to those looking from the outside.


I was taking a long walk back to my hotel when the idea to shoot my own footprints came to me. That is where it comes from.
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AZ

Registered: February 2008
Posts: 10
Fri March 14, 2008 09:59

Man, I like the shot alot and I think it is one of the best story telling shots ever... Smile
keep up the good work..
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