The Chinese Windmill Man

January 29, 2004: The Windmill Man

This man was holding up the giant collection of drumming windmills seen at the Chinese New Year celebration in London last weekend.

Although the photo didn't come out 100% sharp, I quite liked his facial expression and publish it anyway.

More photos of Chinese New Year in the archives, click here.

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Posted by: justin at January 29, 2004 01:17 PM

I think you made a good decision in choosing to publish this portrait. It is a very good portrait. I like how close you are to the subject. It conveys a sense of personal closeness. I think the soft focus is also effective.

Posted by: Will Burnham at January 29, 2004 01:38 PM

This is a really nice portrait. Well done.

Posted by: djn1 at January 30, 2004 12:26 AM

There is a great look in his eyes that you have captured. His eyes look sharp to me, and portraits don't have to be sharp all over to work.

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