Here are my short comments:\nBowser 1:\nUsing the square format sometimes makes composition difficult. It is a\nnice shot of the street sweeper but he is too centered leading to a\nstatic image. A vertical crop slightly below him and a vertical crop of\nthe superfluous right side of the image would make it stronger.\n\nBowser 2:\nThis is a very nice capture. I very much like you would use of angles.\nI think that a vertical crop slightly to the left of the cart would\neliminate wasted space and make your image even stronger.\n\nBowser 3:\nGood capture. Was this guy yelling because he was about to be towed\naway? I would like to see just a tad more total rangeGood capture. Was\nthis guy yelling because he was about to be towed away? I would like to\nsee just a tad more total range.\n\nRob 1;\nNice capture of a guy at work. The two arms from two different people\nshow him to be a pretty busy guy. If possible, I would like for those\narms to be more in focus. The image is much too soft.\n\nRob 2:\nNice pattern shot. I do not agree with the Duck when he says it is not\nstrictly Street photography. However, I will leave it up to Tony Cooper\nto make the final decision. I like the image.\n\nRob 3:\nThis is a really neat capture of the artist at work. Everything flows as\nI would expect and his redshirt nicely complements his painting.\n\nDuck 1:\nYou have nicely captured the moment, and piqued my curiosity as to just\nwhat is this dude looking at. I like the repetition of the blue\numbrella. However, that bright bald sky keeps drawing my eye away from\nthe main scene.\n\nDuck 2:\nHe has a hopeless despondent look. I would like to see more of his face.\n\nDuck 3:\nI wonder if he could juggle those clubs while riding that bicycle.\n\nCooper Atelier:\nThis is good seeing, with nice tonal range. There are really two\npictures within this image. For me the door is distracting from the main\nimage. I would have propped out everything from the left-hand part of\nthe doorframe.\n\nCooper Musical Rest:\nNice capture of the musicians at rest. I assume the girl is either a\nsinger or a flautist. Blurring or darkening the background would have\nmade these guys stand out more.\n\nCooper Tired:\nTired, or despondent that they have just been turned down for a loan?\nThe moment has been captured. Well done.\n\nDanP\nGood capture of a whimsical moment:\n\nBob Coe 1:\nI like that this was not shot with a level viewfinder. The angles and\nplacement give us a good sense of time and place.\n\nBob Coe 2:\nIf a sense of disjointed clutter is what you wanted to convey, you have\nbeen successful. Sorry, this image just doesn't feel right to me.\n\nBob Coe 3:\nThis is a nice night shot conveying a sense of what a lonely place this\nmust be at night. A little old lady pushing a shopping cart across the\nstreet would have added to that sense of loneliness.\n\nYours truly:\nAlmost off.\nI stood there quite a while in an anticipation which failed to\nmaterialize. :-(\n\nAquaduct- both images.\n\nI was experimenting with available light and very high ISO, since I was\nunable to use flash at that location. The tonal range is a lot flatter\nthan I would have hoped it would be, but my choice was those images or\nno images.