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David Deveson


Free Member, Rome

Weary Feet

During the vigil for the late Pope pilgrims of all shapes and sizes descended on St. Peter's Square.
These old feet belonged to a knarled woman who spent her time kneeling and cutting out cardboard hearts to pass to passers by.

Comments 39

  • David Deveson 02/18/2007 22:00

    by the way, the feet WERE old AND DIRTY
  • David Deveson 02/18/2007 19:49

    OK you contras....no problem from my part but you have to understand this extremely strong image of a pilgrim's feet is one of the details from a whole photojournalism coverage of the Pope's death.
    There was never any need that this image show more (or less) to justify its existence,.
    Anyway I didn't ask for it to be voted on a dnreally don't care very much if a shot gets a lot of votes or even clicks...
    I make 'em and I show them....
    As simple as that.
    David
  • Robert Riley 02/17/2007 19:05

    Contra, but the pros will win.
  • Detlef Lampe 02/17/2007 19:05

    pro!!!
  • Abdul Khaliq 02/17/2007 19:05

    +++
  • Día Ynoche 02/17/2007 19:05

    +++
  • Alexandra Baltog 02/17/2007 19:05

    PRO !!!
  • Peter. Gau 02/17/2007 19:05

    -
  • Ivano Cheli (1) 02/17/2007 19:05

    -
  • Maria João Arcanjo 02/17/2007 19:05

    PRO
  • Michael Henderson 02/17/2007 19:05

    PRO.
  • Karl Makkina 02/17/2007 19:05

    agree with Paul
    -
  • Sarah D. Kiefer 02/17/2007 19:05

    i think it can stand alone without explanation. you repeat in words what the image already says. the words are there, i'll get over it... big pro!
  • Olivier Vanbiervliet 02/17/2007 19:05

    I would like more focus (composition wise) on the feet and hearts here, the big black top side is not interesting. I don't find the story doing any good to the photo, because these feet don't look old, they look dirty, and we can't see any face or broken back. I would suggest to let the photo speak for itself.
  • Cees Kuijs 02/17/2007 19:05

    Same thoughs about it as Theo and Ruud > Contra
  • Claude Coeudevez 02/17/2007 19:05

    pro
  • Vesela Maleeva 02/17/2007 19:05

    pro
  • Radim Spitzer 02/17/2007 19:05

    yep
  • Tom McAlexander 02/17/2007 19:05

    Like Theo.
  • Tatiana Kirillova 02/17/2007 19:05

    Superb!
  • steffen s... 02/17/2007 19:05

    +
  • Maguire 02/17/2007 19:05

    pro
  • Theo Weijmer 02/17/2007 19:05

    I think its nice and a good story about it, but not gallery, sorry contra
  • r o l f WENGENroth 02/17/2007 19:05

    +
  • H.J.V. V. 02/17/2007 19:05

    +