With This, It Makes Five…

By: sifrim

Jan 03 2012

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Category: B&W, Paris, Street photography


Focal Length:70mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 50D

It actually makes 372 posts, and exactly one year of blogging here. Honestly, didn’t think I will manage, but it became addictive. Thank you all for your continuous support.


7 comments on “With This, It Makes Five…”

  1. Hey sifrim – thanks for the year’s worth of superb art. Your black and white textured and shadowed marvels are addictive… Hit me up with the next batch.

  2. I completely agree with MJ, you’re b&w work is simply incredible, and I find them so inspirational every time I visit your blog…You have this knack for getting light & texture absolutely perfectly, which I adore. Congrats with the one year, Sorin. You know, that’s an eternity in blogging terms! Looking forward to seeing lots more from you in the coming year!

  3. Congrats on your accomplishment! We, your readers, have all benefitted from your artistic eye and the beautiful photos you post every day. Thank you. May 2012 prove to be just as fruitful and beautiful.

  4. Congratulations Sorin! That’s such an incredible accomplishment. You shots are inspiring, breathtaking, and some of the best I’ve ever seen. Keep up the phenomenal work! All the best in 2012. 😀

  5. Thank you for your overwhelming compliments. I honestly think it’s more than I deserve, but they oblige me to give my best. Surely, the journey will continue in 2012. I hope 2012 will be a fruitful and good year for all of you.

  6. Beautiful rhythm, great B/W picture!

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