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Bryant Park Poster featuring the photograph The Story Of Him Waiting And A Green Trashcan by Joanna Madloch

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The Story Of Him Waiting And A Green Trashcan Poster

by Joanna Madloch

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The Story Of Him Waiting And A Green Trashcan poster by Joanna Madloch.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Wonderful capture!!

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you, Cheryl.

Joanna, This is still the coolest image around.

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Jake, once again :)

Excellent capture!!! Perfect composition, beautiful light, great title... love it :))) v/f

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Karin.

I might buy it

Joanna Madloch replied:

and I would be happy to offer you a discount :)

I posted, but it didn't seem to stick. This is really the best image I've seen in a long, long while. Should be in MOMA. It is a fv forever. What a great one. Similar to the work of Robert Walker., and he is famous.

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you, Joe. It's very nice of you :)

Joanna, my internet connection faltered when I selected this image in the Minimalism in Photography group earlier. What I especially admire is the 'suggestion' of the story. You captured the man's glance at just the precise moment when he is looking expectantly, as though he is waiting for the viewer to put something in the can which he will retrieve later. It is up to the viewer to write the plot and finish the story. I also love that there is naturally so little color in the image - just the can and the man's face, really. The most incredible thing is this three-way interaction between the man, the can and the viewer. Great capture! voted

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you, Cheri. I really appreciate your kind comment. You are right, I really strive for a narrative element in my pictures, and I am so happy you see "a story: here. Thank you for a vote and selection. Have I mentioned that I love your photography, especially the minimalistic series? Best, Joanna

Delightful picture! v/f

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks Marcia. It means a lot.

Joanna~Although I have already v/f this image, it is my Pick of the Day in the Minimalism in Photography group discussion. It is also being discussed in this thread: http://fineartamerica.com/groups/minimalism-in-photography.html?showmessage=true&messageid=851187 Congratulations on a fine image. This was also chosen by Cheri Randolph as Pick of the Day.

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you, Lenore. I really appreciate it.

Thank you, Anand. I am so glad you like it.

Waiting----------------Fantastic Capture!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Your work is intriguing, beautiful, and evocative. Love it! Excellent. v/f/fb

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thank you so much, Lenore. It means a lot to me :)

I love your title, Joanna! The plot sounds fascinating! :) Seriously, I think it's a cool image. v/f

Joanna Madloch replied:

Thanks, Steve :)

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