Uploaded: October 25, 2012


Exif: F Number: 7.1, Exposure Bias Value: -0.33, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 29.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi


Elaine Hessler October 25, 2012

Lisa this is really great. I like how my eyes follow the busses from the foreground all the way down the road. It seems like it goes forever! The only thing I would change is to straighten it out just a little bit-use the fence below as a guide. Really interesting picture! #1494467

Dale Hardin October 25, 2012

Wonderful POV Lisa. Couldn't help notice the smog in the background.

While I know the imgage is level by the horizon in the background, it wouldn't hurt to distort the bottom a bit to straigten out that fence, just to remove the illusion and the draw it has. Nice catch Elaine. #10384246

Jeff E Jensen October 25, 2012

How in the world are you supposed to keep track of which bus to ride? #10384299

Beth Spencer October 25, 2012

That is a lot of buses! I like thesaurus the lines lead you into the fog #10384375

Michael Kelly level-deluxe October 25, 2012

Great POV and perspective. That is a mess of traffic, but photographically works very well and has a nice feel. Not sure I would survive in this jungle though. #10384393

Beth Spencer October 26, 2012

I think what I meant to type is: I like the way the lines lead you into the fog. I am not use to the laptop keys #10385082

Rita K. Connell level-classic October 26, 2012

all I can say is WOW I am impressed that they know where to go. and they don't hit the people in the middle of the image as they go by. great shot I would change anything. #10385166

Rita K. Connell level-classic October 26, 2012

I meant wouldn't change anything #10385901

Aimee C. Eisaman October 27, 2012

Wow is it always like that there? I can't imagine trying to get around in that place. I too noticed the smog or is that just fog? This would be a good image to experiment with different bw conversion methods. :~) #10386304

Peter W. Marks October 27, 2012

Now there's a story-telling image Lisa! I am wondering which Chinese cuss word the guy in the white car trapped in the triangle of busses is using as he tries to find a way out.

一个非常好的映像丽莎 #10386669

Susan M. Reynolds level-addict October 28, 2012

Yikes! I'd never survive in traffic like that...that person in the white car is sure in a mess of trouble! Elaine & Dale mentioned the only thing that could need editing. I, too, would like to see it in black and white~ #10387613

Debbie E. Payne November 03, 2012

I don't like Denver traffic. I would have serious issues with this helter-skelter traffic you have so eloquently photographed here for I'd all to see. Talk about story-telling! Great image. #10403042

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