Hands
Hands
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focal length:70 mm
focal length:70 mm
aperture:f 7.1
shutter:1/160 sec
iso:100
Capture data:2008-05-04 12:10:42
Views:10658
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Posted in: Category: [Yokohama]  

They were selling a strange thing to give you a power-up to your massaging skills..




Comments on "Hands"

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  • Brian // 2008-07-13 03:05:44

    Lovely lighting in this photo, great hob.
  • :::: CushmoK :::: // 2008-07-13 06:45:03

    delicate scene of life...
  • Andy // 2008-07-13 11:32:04

    Looks like an interesting device. Wonder if it works?
  • Claus // 2008-07-13 16:35:42

    The color you have given this one, makes them look a little dead, a lot a vampire! :-(
  • Marie // 2008-07-13 17:21:32

    des mains expressives, je ne me demande ce que sont ces sortes de bagues...
  • Alejandra // 2008-07-13 20:19:00

    Very nice light and tones here! Like the mood. Beautiful shot!
  • Marcie // 2008-07-14 00:08:39

    Very nice. Hands are always so expressive..telling so many stories.
  • Jim // 2008-07-14 01:07:37

    I've never heard of a finger message. I wonder if it really looks. Nice, tight framing.
  • Radel // 2008-07-14 08:01:46

    The color of those hands is giving me the creeps. The only thing I can think of is - Extra terrestrial drug rehabilitation centre. :p
    Nice.
  • Rian // 2008-07-14 11:32:33

    hmm.. funky looking device.. does it work?
  • sherri // 2008-07-14 11:58:04

    Interesting image. I like the tones.
  • michele // 2008-07-14 12:26:15

    i love photos of hands - and i want one of these massages! nice framing on this especially with the folds on the sleeves.
  • M a d . P h o t o . W o r l d // 2008-07-14 17:18:03

    I could really use that. The clothes makes it very clinical
  • danthro // 2008-07-15 05:33:13

    interesting capture. great tones. what are those red things the person on the left has on his/her thumbs?
  • Framed and Shot // 2008-09-10 05:09:42

    Excellent picture!
    Very nice color tones.
    The cropping is elegant and leaves most of the story to our imagination -
    Great job!