Monday, February 23, 2009
Market Street at Heathbrook
The horse is new, the stores are new, and hopes are high that this new outdoor shopping "mall" will become profitable. It's called Market Street at Heathbrook and has been under construction for many months. Some stores are operational, but many sit empty as you can see in the background. Unfortunately, this is probably not the economic climate in which to create a new shopping mall, no matter how fine a shopping experience it offers.
The photo is by Lois Anne. But I could not help playing with it a bit. The top photo is the result.
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"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson
You've done a nice work on the 1st shot!
The first shot is simply stunning with those wonderful reflections!
Exactly, the first photo is absolutely amazing, colours and reflections make it simple great!
A fine shot! I agree, not the time to open anything.
I had to read the caption to understand that the first photo was photoshopped: I was probably a bit silly but at a glimpse I saw a couple of twin horses reflected in water. Very good job!
And the original picture is great anyway, a bit sad perhaps... Good luck for the mall!
Very vibrant shots...
Very fun playing!!! :-D
Wow, that first photo is amazing! Hope that new mall is a huge success!
Beautiful shot and the reflection technique is perfect for this photo.
Nice job with these photos! Love the cemetery joke Jacob and yes cats are gods.
Ohhh!! I thought it was a perfect shot and reflection! :)
They are wonderful, magnificent shots! I do hope the stores will profit, looks like a very nice place. :)
nice picture, good weather and good thème!! very good!
Nice results with the first shot
I love the result! Fantastic imaging skills you have — I thought the shopping center had a reflecting pond! Good luck to the owners and the shops.
I'm over from Bibi:) Gosh I love photoshop! It's so addictive!
Like others, I really like the symmetry of the first one.
Great job! love it
I thought it was a reflection - it looks like water there! WoW!
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