Finnieston Crane and "Squinty" Bridge by tyro (23020)
holmertz (47178) 2015-11-30 7:36
This is an interesting photo showing a great number of buildings and structures of very various styles, functions and age. The crane and its history is fascinating and a fine illustration of an industrial era now which is now largely behind us. The fine clouds are timeless.
~ home sweet home ~ by abmdsudi (48830)
eldancer1 (33953) 2015-11-30 7:34
It look kind of dangerous place to live or make a living because of the presence to those train tracks although it doesn't look like there are a lot of trains using this track, but then humans are very adjustable. The low pov gives one a sense of the kind of life those people lives in not in a derogatory way but their station in life. Very haunting image but I like it. Well done, tfs.
A 6 minutes guard change ceremony by ikeharel (65269)
eldancer1 (33953) 2015-11-30 7:29
I really admired those soldiers that stand guard over those monuments, I watched them at the Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Nice capture of those soldiers with very decorative uniforms. Good lighting and crisp details. Well done, tfs.
The pub I by CLODO (33050)
holmertz (47178) 2015-11-30 7:26
I was more interesting in going to pubs during my summer in England when I was 19 than I am today, But I still won't mind a pint in a nice place, even though I now realize that continental beer is usually much better than British. I like this well timed photo and the nice "natural" artificial light.
Cold by berek (45455)
eldancer1 (33953) 2015-11-30 7:23
I can almost feel the chill all the way to Las Vegas even though it was very cold this morning. I guess that boat is not going anywhere soon. I like the effect of the mist on the mood. Good pov and dof with nice details. Well done, tfs.
In the shadow by emka (89461)
holmertz (47178) 2015-11-30 7:22
Accordions have a central role in traditional music of the Nordic countries, France, Argentina and many other countries. If you see an accordion player in Stockholm he will most likely be Romanian. I never heard of Ukrainian accordion music ;-).
Apart from that this is a very nice "street photo" from the Maltese countryside. Fine colours and details and a nice ambience.