Henri Cartier Bresson. Would you have seen three simple shapes in this scene? Or just a pigeon?

L'ombre d'un doute - Opus 2

True black and white. defined lines, foreground and distance, a story unfolds... Henri Cartier-Bresson - Makes your eye move around the picture.

True black and white. defined lines, foreground and distance, a story unfolds... Henri Cartier-Bresson - Makes your eye move around the picture.

Andreas Gursky -- New York Magazine Art Review. His amazing picture of a convenience store brimming with goods, 99 Cent II, Diptych (2001), which recently became the most expensive photo in history when it was auctioned for over 3 million

Andreas Gursky -- New York Magazine Art Review. His amazing picture of a convenience store brimming with goods, 99 Cent II, Diptych (2001), which recently became the most expensive photo in history when it was auctioned for over 3 million

grupaok:  Andreas Gursky, cane weavers in a furniture factory, Nha Trang, Vietnam, 2004

grupaok: Andreas Gursky, cane weavers in a furniture factory, Nha Trang, Vietnam, 2004

impressed by the symmetry and silence of the round one. It’s all about the beauty of reflected light. It’s like a universe or a small planet with a lot of possibilities in contrast of structures, colors, moods and various lightnings.

impressed by the symmetry and silence of the round one. It’s all about the beauty of reflected light. It’s like a universe or a small planet with a lot of possibilities in contrast of structures, colors, moods and various lightnings.

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