Photograph: “Untitled” by Aton Endaya (username “Aton Endaya” on Flickr).
Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr community right here.
Why I picked this image:
Anton captured a great artistic street photo with this image. By choosing a 1/4 of a second exposure time, the motion blur and camera shake transformed a street scene into a piece of surreal art. When printed and framed one would have to look twice to see if this was a painting or a photo.
Since the exact outcome of these kinds of images is fairly unpredictable, it is even more of an accomplishment if a stunning image like this turns out this great. Congrats Anton!
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