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" Within this huge world, man often creates a small world of his own that he calls s-p-a-c-e..."

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Guest 23-Feb-2007 12:11
Fantastic point of view, nicely composed. Voted
Guest 15-Aug-2006 17:03
Agree with your caption. Love your title and great catch. I am one of those people who need a lottttttttt of space in mind. :) V
Barri Olson09-Aug-2006 21:59
Love the title and the insightful shot.
Jim Ross22-Jul-2006 08:15
Cool shot, great view point...
Guest 21-Jul-2006 06:37
I love the way you view the world, the guy facing us really makes this for me. V
Guest 20-Jul-2006 21:16
Love it! A great figuration (again) of your subject.
Love to see the four readers and the man on the right as the five letters of space... which give the main character to the one in the middle, the moving man, the one who walk the/his space. v.
Guest 20-Jul-2006 15:15
Yes...we all need our s-p-a-c-e!
Guest 20-Jul-2006 07:53
Nice capture !
Guest 20-Jul-2006 06:25
Well seen! This is an excellent composition.
Guest 20-Jul-2006 02:46
love the subject... well seen!
Guest 19-Jul-2006 23:26
Nice image :O)
Sue Robertson19-Jul-2006 20:49
Terrific. Great perspective and well seen. v
david procter19-Jul-2006 17:02
You've been spending some time looking down recently Al Li, I like it. SPACE IS THE PLACE...
fred_il19-Jul-2006 16:59
WOW! This is so well seen!!
Guest 19-Jul-2006 16:10
Excellent! The point of view really renders this small world. The motion blur gives the feel of a fast crazy life. The guy who his facing the wall - who is also wearing a different outfit adds a lot. Very well done, Ai Li!
Rob Rosetti19-Jul-2006 15:51
Excellent human pattern. Love the top-down point of view. Roberto
Chuck Inglefield19-Jul-2006 15:33
a fantastic break in the pattern. I like what you are doing with these overhead gives the image such a different feel...kind of like studying a map of humans.
Stu19-Jul-2006 15:21
Like it...perhaps they are all doing the same crossword and just need to pool together to finish it?!!

Shots from above great so far, lots of detail of natural human action/interaction (or lack of it) when people are not aware they are being watched. Fascinating to see!
Doug Kessler19-Jul-2006 14:53
Excellent point of view and motion blur. The title says it so well. voted
Guenter Eh19-Jul-2006 14:07
I`m addicted with this top dwon shots Ai Li! I woukd like to have a real experience with that, I have to take a travel to Hongkong!!! Wonderful catch and wonderful caption!
Kathy Pedersen19-Jul-2006 14:02
Well seen Ai Li, your pov's are always so pleasing to me.
Guest 19-Jul-2006 13:52
AL - I've been to Mon Kok before - it's crazy. I can appreciate those guys finding just a bit of elbow room. Nice one
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