snowshill lavender farm by akustyk (4096)
Keitht (1302) 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 (900)
Keitht (1302) 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 (608)
Keitht (1302) 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.
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Falkirk Wheel by Tue (31064)
Keitht (1302) 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.
An odd naked festival#2 by bukitgolfb301 (38528)
Keitht (1302) 2015-10-03 2:58
I always look forward to seeing your images of life in Japan. So much of it seems so totally bizarre to those of us living in the West. I suspect the reverse might also be true :-)
I'd love to know a bit more about the festival.
When Will He Notice? by tyro (23020)
Keitht (1302) 2014-07-27 2:15
It's not often that I laugh out loud at a photo, but this one really hit the mark :-) The little girl enjoying the ice cream and the long suffering dad just soaking it up (literally and metaphorically). Great catch.
Trees On The Horizon. by jadesgran (5377)
Keitht (1302) 2014-03-31 11:10
A sky so typical of the last couple of months! The grey, brooding clouds threatening to dump even more water on us. I like the 2 little splashes of yellow daffs. They add a bit of brightness on a dull day.
The positive from the dull day is that the roof of the barn tends to blend into the background.
skye by dale54 (6852)
Keitht (1302) 2014-03-31 11:05
Not the usual view of The Old Man of Storr, but definitely the only view I'm ever likely to see :-)
I like the idea of including such a large area of sky and cloud to balance the mountainous foreground.
The only problem for me is that the whole image seems to have a bit of a yellow/green colour cast.
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