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Helen Page

Pro Member, San Francisco


On Market Street in San Francisco

Comments 16

  • MAURICE CLEGG 03/09/2008 17:11

    thanks for the comment on my image, you are right, they have many similarities. i was twiddling my thumbs waiting for my family to come out of a theatre and decided to mess with my camera after i saw thr raindrops and reflected lights, it just goes to show that you can make something interesting out of virtually anything.
    thanks again.
    regards, maurice.
  • Armin Leitner 03/21/2006 15:49

    Hi Helen,
    we have done it again. Have you seen my pearl drops ?Melting ice on my window. The blue comes from the sky. Regards,
    Armin in Munich
  • Andrew Denissov 09/13/2005 16:18

    i like it
  • René Keiser 05/23/2005 18:03

    I like pictures like this. There is quite a lot you can see in there and - depending on one's own mood - it's either colorful, or "tristess" that talks to you. I like the blurry background. I guess I was in a little less colorful mood when I took a similar picture the other day:
  • Oliver Otte 05/17/2005 12:24

    Hi Helen,
    that's my favourite one.....

  • Bannerman 05/10/2005 19:50

    Perfect inspiration for a painting. Lovely photo.


    Greetings From Ireland

  • Ulrike Kögel 05/01/2005 20:45

    Raindrops keep falling on my head....
    A picture I've seen so many times in my life, but never took a picture of it. Nice idea Helen!
  • Vladimir Azarian 04/29/2005 9:20

    Great image. I am really impressed. You have a pefect vision and good taste. Thanks for sharing your photos.
    Best regards,
  • Richard J Hanley 04/14/2005 11:07

    Very Nice!!, Great Colours this creates and captures a good moment in time.
  • Diana Davidson 04/13/2005 21:36

    Helen, this is so beautiful. It appeared to be an anbstracted floral arrangement at first. I love the layering of the glass, water, rings of light... it's very deep. You can make art from such a simple thing as rain on a window pane; a true artist!
  • Hector Romero 04/13/2005 19:46

    Keep following your instinct Helen. It is often the best tool a photographer has. If we analyze shots too much before shooting, we end up missing the best one second windows of opportunity.
  • Yolanda Weber 04/02/2005 13:30

    The diversity of photography - an abstract piece of art.
  • Kay Suhling 03/31/2005 19:36

    very interesting. i like the unsharp colours and the sharp drops.
    nice :-)
    lg kay
  • Blamonge 03/30/2005 8:07

    love it
  • Helen Page 03/26/2005 1:00

    Svein and Rick thank you so much for commenting. It's encouraging.