Friday, March 23, 2007

Photography: Your Move

"Make your next move your best move"
Photo taken outside of the Mocha Hut on U Street, Washington, D.C.


Anonymous said...

Nice perspective and work with zone system. Happy Friday ;) Have a splendid weekend!

Stephen A. Bess said...

Thank you much. I want you to have a great weekend as well. Peace~ :o)

Writing on Board said...

Nice shot! Real nice!

Stephen A. Bess said...

Thanks brother! :)

Kai said...

i like chess

Stephen A. Bess said...

I need to learn. :)

Anonymous said...

I love the photo. My 7 yr old niece is taking chess class after school and is thrilled that SHE CAN TEACH ME how to do something! I never had a chance to take a chess class like she does. I hope you have a great weekend!

Geoffrey Philp said...

Perspective shows the genius.
Have a great weekend, Stephen.

Fabrizio said...

MAN! I love chess! It's great. I like the creative way of thinking, when you study the strategy and try to guess your adversary's move.
I usually play it with my grandma.

It's a tradition!



Anonymous said...

Nicely done photo-
I like the black and white film with the black and white pieces.

Gooders Girl said...

I love your pics!

My next move is always my best move!

Lyrically speaking said...

You took this pic? It's really have the eye for it Mr. Bess
I don't know how to play chess although i've always wanted to learn

Stephen A. Bess said...

I hope your weekend went well. I can't play Chess either. :)

Thank you brother. I hope you had a great weekend.

Wow! Grandma plays too? That's great. :)

Thank you. I love what the camera can do. :)


Thank you. As I said earlier, I love what the camera can do and I like to look at the world from as many angles as possible. :)

Brea said...

Love the quote, it fits the photo well but also transcends beyond it.

Anonymous said...

I love it! I got a digital camera for Christmas and haven't done anything with it yet.

Stephen A. Bess said...

Thank you and good to see you.

Yes, just start snapping. Thanks! :)

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