Postcard from the Netherlands by holmertz (51310)
Keitht (1304) 2016-05-21 6:44
What an incredible sight, and one we never see in the UK. I wasn't even aware that this kind of thing existed so it really is a case of learning about the world through photography. I particularly like the repetition of shape and colour behind the rear wheel of the bikes on the top level.
Ombashira #1 by bukitgolfb301 (41086)
Keitht (1304) 2016-04-03 13:29
Another amazing image with so much going on int it. Nicely set in the frame with great colours too. I'm sure this would never be allowed in the UK. The Health & Safety 'police' would ban it in a heartbeat for being too dangerous!
Pile Of Rocks by cdmonson (5150)
Keitht (1304) 2016-01-21 0:23
As you say Clark, this is a much photographed location, but that doesn't mean this image is any less stunning for all that. Including so much more of the rocky foreground does have a major impact and the foreground detail is stunning. Lighting and colours throughout are fantastic. I'd love to get back there again but I doubt that will happen. Thanks for reminding me of the beauty of the place.
snowshill lavender farm by akustyk (4162)
Keitht (1304) 2015-11-12 0:19
I like the composition. Possibly a little over saturated but that makes the lavender burst from the image. It's also a little embarrassing for me. I've lived no more than 25 miles from Snowshill for over 50 years and never knew this place existed :-(
WRC CORSICA 2015 by zit2a (906)
Keitht (1304) 2015-10-12 13:03
Impressively sharp image of the car even when viewed at full size. Nice sense of movement too with everything but the car being blurred. There is something odd visually, about the image as the car almost looks as if it had been added after the event. Assuming that isn't the case it's a very well crafted shot.[+]
Woodworker by Alan_Kolnik (620)
Keitht (1304) 2015-10-05 10:16
Beautifully composed and lit image. I love the almost monochrome effect. I would recommend anybody to view the photo at full size to appreciate the quality of the image. The whorls and lines in the fingerprint on the thumb are clearly visible. Simply breathtaking. (To see the full size image it may be necessary to right click and "View Image" depending on the browser)[+]
Falkirk Wheel by Tue (35420)
Keitht (1304) 2015-10-05 10:11
It is an amazing structure and the 4 images are a very effective way to show it. It's only when you see the people in the bottom left image that you appreciate the size. I have to confess that I've passed within a couple of miles of it on the way to and from family in Scotland and never made the diversion. With the Kelpies there too now I must make the effort.