This photo was taken during my one day trip to Beijing in October. I don't know what means these Cinese signs, but I see the creativity of this old invalid is very interesting for the people. They did read, took a photos and their faces were so serious.
Canon EOS 7D
Exposure Time: 1/128
ISO Speed Ratings: 1000
Focal Length: 33/1 mm
Date Taken: 2016-10-01
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Sergiom (89267) 2017-02-18 5:41
Tu as su te mettre au bon niveau pour donner de la profondeur à cette composition.Je n'y comprends rien mais c'est coloré. La jeune fille au sac et la dame au téléphone ajoute beaucoup.
holmertz (59750) 2017-02-18 5:52
Neither do I understand what is written here, but I am quite sure it doesn't contain any criticism of the government or the high level corruption, torture, executions, prison camps, lack of public debate etc. Whatever is written it is colourful and eye-catching and more colours are added by the girl's shoes and pink rucksack and the woman's dress.
ocskaymarci (2822) 2017-02-18 7:57
Very intersting photo that presents well the lively culture of Beijing. I really like the POV you chose.
Noel_Byrne (33726) 2017-02-18 11:20
That is beautiful script, and it's artistic style is offset in a very fun way by the pink bear backpack. This is a very interesting photo with a lot of points competing for notice behind the writing. Very nicely seen and timed
batalay (40521) 2017-02-18 12:44
It's a touching photo with the handicapped man writing out a message. (I am sure it is not a politically derogatory message.) I think the bottom of the narrative is in the foreground and he is writing upside down. I will ask a Chinese friend, a professor in the United States, see what the meaning is. One thing certain, it's beautiful art.
COSTANTINO (70202) 2017-02-18 12:46
Hello dear Serghei and have a nice time
and a happy Sunday
this photo is very interesting
for the people and for us too
But It would be nice to know something
about it but never mind
Fis2 (107416) 2017-02-18 13:29
A very curious scene from street.
Good frame and colors.
Very impressive picture.
lousat (98285) 2017-02-18 13:54
Hi Serghei,impossibe to all to understand what means,but the pic is very curious and original,i like a lot the imposing perspective,great sharpness everywhere too,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,LUCIANO
fritzi007 (12518) 2017-02-18 14:28
interessantes Foto und Farbkontrast, wirklich sehenswert!
snunney (107477) 2017-02-19 2:04
An excellent capture from your flying visit to Beijing. I like the framing and the perspective created by these curious markings, which no doubt mean much to the people gathered round the artist. Fine technical realisation.
jhm (160917) 2017-02-19 3:02
The man gives perfect lessons to the visitors.
Sharpness and clarity are pleasant to look at.
Composition and presentation are very nice.
Well done, TFS.
Have a nice Sunday,
npecanhuk (78913) 2017-02-19 3:12
Truly interesting moment on the street life of that chinese city!
Very attractive picture too!
Sharpness, exposure, colors, vertical format, chosen pov and composition, together with your note, are all excellent!
TFS - congrats,
Enjoy the Sunday and have a great week ahead!
Royaldevon (43909) 2017-02-19 7:45
One day trip to Beijing suggests that you were rushing about trying to fit much into your visit.
Now this is something that you could not have predicted! I wonder what it means! It is so neat, so precise and makes a very attractive pattern to excite out imaginations. Speaking of imaginations, it would have made a very attention grabbing shot if you had cropped at the man's elbow, so that we just had his hand holding the chalk and those amazing, coloured trainers to link with the colours of the letters. Just a thought!
Still a most interesting photograph!
My warm regards,
worldcitizen (9452) 2017-02-20 11:31
Great shot! I like how the colorful writing pulls us in and leads us to the writer. Sadly I don't know enough Kanji to recognize what he is writing about. The colorful child's backpack compliments the scene very nicely. Let's meet when you come back to NYC! :-)
mcmtanyel (29668) 2017-02-23 20:03
I can't read Chinese, either, and I can't even tell if the characters are upside down or not, but they look fabulous. The fellow chose his colors well and printed immaculately. I wonder if a fill-in flash would have helped avoid the washed out sky.