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Socks Photograph - White Out by Michel Verhoef

White Out is a photograph by Michel Verhoef which was uploaded on April 16th, 2013.

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I must say, you be spending lots of time out in the streets, among the people with your camera. You don't get these kind of shots by chance. Every photo becomes an exceptional moment captured, even the mundane becomes a masterpiece, transcending earthly realities.

The magnificent triple portrait!

Everything is fabulous about this picture !! What an artist you are !! L F

Great portrait, the two people behind the window framing the whole. Zakje patat?? Witte kousen en paraplu assorti, ouch :) Haha...our friend Ana said it LOL Verhoefian :) :) !! Groetjes, Christel. L&F&T

Another great portrait Michel; I also like the two characters in the background and the composition of the whole scene, very "verhoefian" as you would say :))) LOL

Very dapper with his white socks, umbrella and plaid lining. Great portrait, Michel. ;-)

Moments of humanity. I've just been looking at your photos, again, and Michel, your captures are so telling and so tender. What a talent you are.

Thanks Antonio for these kind words and the appreciation :)

Your whole gallery is very good. It was a delight to visit. Congratulations.

Ha...well, you know I have something with men wearing trenchcoats :))) it has something ludicrous when being in certain settings....lol...especially when they wear white socks...such a No No....

WOW Michel!! My first impression when viewing Your Work is always, "Where does he find these Fantastic-Looking People?!" Then I realize it's all in the way You Capture... You could make anyone Beautiful and Interesting with Your Skills and Eye! LOOOVE THIS!

Thanks Petros, i am sure you see them as i see them, but maybe you forgot to press the shutter...lol :)

Great image Michel. You are very talented. I like the way you see other people. !

Thanks a lot Julie !! :)

What fine portrait work. v/f

This certainly drew me in!!!! Absolutely wonderful!!! v/f

Michel Verhoef replied:

Thank you so much Debra !!

Simply amazing once again! Your work is so addictive! :)

Michel Verhoef replied:

Hi Ruth, Addictive....I hope not...lol....thanks :)))

Hi Darla...thanks for your observation, and the white socks were actually the reason for the shot since I am allergic to men wearing white socks (except with light pants of course).....LOL

This image is a real winner for me, Michel!  A very interesting composition of this dapper gentleman...the two inside diners framing the main subject...love that symmetry and the various reflections in the window...awesome! A beautiful blend of monochromatic tones and the pop of white with the umbrella  and white socks really makes the image stunning! ( I thought at first that Sean Connery-007 was in the image...had to do a double take...lol ....and had a great chuckle with Donna's take on this image...very humorous ;-)

Wow...I love your imagination Donna !!! I think I stick yo that story....lol

Every image has a story - in looking at this I see the lady holding her nose as if the gentleman opposite her did something unmentionable during the meal and the gentleman is looking out the window as if to say " wasn't me" and the gentleman seated outside is starting to chuckle about the whole situation V

I love the people in the restaurant window as much as the gentleman with the umbrella. Marvelous work as always! vf

fantastic capture Michel! love all the background faces and shadows:)

This is so exceptional, masterful photography! v/f

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