doors of pompei by GFSSD-1 (3785)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-31 23:17
This could just as easily be a scene from a modern art gallery as from an ancient city. The colors are deep and rich and you have a really beautiful 3D effect with five depth. A completely new vision of this place for me.
Thanks for sharing
Mary's Agony by mcmtanyel (16685)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-31 23:15
This is a beautiful sculpture, one of my favourite classical pieces, and it looks wonderful set in this garden backdrop, it gives a stronger sense of realism than the places I see it normally positioned. The image of christ to the right is rather surreal and adds a completely new feeling to the statue. This sounds like a fascinating place.
|| The Ganges Story || by Indrasish (2925)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-31 5:55
This deep golden light is really beautiful and adds the perfect amount of mysticism this this spiritual and important place. You really choose the optimum moment to make this capture.
Thanks as always
Paris - 2012 - 101 by pierrefonds (60414)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-31 5:47
That's the first time I have seen a leprechaun bear, unusual and very eye-catching shot. I suspect this bear may have multiple users through the year and perhaps only his costume changes.
Lest We Forget by CPD66 (954)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-31 5:45
Just as your last post of the soldier, this is a stunning and instantly eye-catching image and a very beautiful memorial. The way you have handled the light in this is really wonderful. Is this a cross of sacrifice? It looks very like the one in the gardens of remembrance in Dublin
White by emka (86535)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-30 8:50
I love this photo. It's such an imposing structure, but at the same time, it's detail and carvings make it seem quite delicate. The white on blue sky is superb and the green tree adds a nice extra touch of color. Great note too, I have never heard of an umbrella so embellished as the ones you describe. I hope all is well.
Danger clown by Sergiom (67502)
Noel_Byrne (27440) 2015-08-30 8:47
That is a novel balloon, and if you don't mind me saying, a rather creepy one too. I never understood how clowns were supposed to make children smile when they make most adults shudder. I would not like to wake up groggy and see this floating past my house :)
Interesting post. It might make you smile to hear that recently in dublin, a balloon shaped like a minion from the cartoon movie broke free and ended up on a busy city road. There were brilliant photos of a forty foot high minion rolling down the road. One local councillor said the breach of safety was despicable, nice play of words.