@Saman Tavakoli Thanks for commenting, Saman :)
@Patricia Howard Thanks Patricia!
@정훈 선 Thanks so much for your feedback!
@Ana Florez Thank you Ana!
@lutfia andalusia Thanks for your feedback, Lutfia!
@Agata Czekońska Thanks Agata!
Wow,, cool shot ... the simplicity of the picture made it beautiful ... it caught my attention so sudden ..
I am very grateful for Alexa Keefe's feedback on my image as well as everyone here who had shared their thoughts. I appreciate it very much.
I now follow NG's POTD regularly especially to read the editor's perspective on each featured image.
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I will start uploading more of my work to my, My Shot page as well!
Thank you again NG!
i love it. Who's looking at who ? The photographer at the subject or the girl at the photographer ? Who's the most fascinated ? Interactivity, exchange, curiosity... LIFE.
It is such an extraordinary honor to have my image selected for Photo of the Day! This image is a personal favorite of mine and holds dear memories I will forever cherish during my first visit to Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario. My travels have always been driven by a deep fascination to learn and interact with cultures other than my own. I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet with Mennonite and Amish communities in my own country. After my visit to Ontario, I now feel even more compelled to learn about their unique way of life which is so contrary to most of our own. I greatly look forward to spending more time within their communities during my next visit there.
I love classic B+W street and vintage photography, and felt the subject matter in this image called for such a look.
Thank you so much Alexa Keefe for selecting an image that holds such great sentiment for me.
The image of the child in the old train coach evoked thoughts of Original Nations children hauled off to 'schools' where they were abused and beaten for speaking their language.
It seems like a photo of the last century. I believe that is when photograph magic pops out!!!! Love it!
Je suis happée par cette photo; elle retient tout mon être et j'ai du mal à décoller mes yeux de ce regard!!!
I know she's looking out the window but it feels (to me) like she's looking in. Not innocent eyes, but knowing eyes, almost like she knows something I don't. I love black and white photos, they seem to create moods and feelings that color photos can't. For me I think color reveals to much and stifles my imagination at times, depending on the photo of course. I'm sorry, I ramble, let me just say, I like this photo.
great .look at those innocent eyes.thank about explanation in answer to "What Makes This a Photo of the Day?"
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