When One Becomes Two by Noel_Byrne (30119)
PJE (20758) 2012-06-24 21:16
Hello Noel. I saw this in the main posting gallery this morning and thought I would return to comment this evening. I find the comments you made on this very intriguing, and this sculpture itself is very stunning and captivating emotionally. I have only one word to say...very unique...kind of sinister... graphic in alluding to the lower tendencies in our human nature... I for one would not like this in my house or even back yard...perhaps I am openly admitting to being too conservative for this kind of preference...but I openly admit I am drawn to it...Can you explain? Thanks for a very unique capture.
Picture 1111 TE by jhm (150788)
PJE (20758) 2012-06-19 22:58
John forgive me for not not noticing earlier...its nice to see the 7D Canon in your photo arsenal collection. I do love your Model T panning element on the wheels. Its a very nice touch John. And congratulations on your 1111th photo on this wonderful and unique web site. May God grant you peace and health...cheers...
Angels bridge by giorgimer (34941)
PJE (20758) 2012-06-18 22:57
Hello Giorgio. I have to say personally I would really love the opportunity to photograph this bridge....it is fantastic and would be wonderful to use a long lens in a creative manner. You have really captivated its essence of beauty here...very nicely done.
Fleeting Shadows and a Touch of Green by SnapRJW (31629)
PJE (20758) 2012-06-17 12:14
Hello Rosemary. You have made comments in your intro that you live in a very isolated location in Namibia. When I look at the red sand it shows you live in a very rare and quiet place. The only red sand I have ever been to was in Utah USA. There is nothing like this near where I live. The captured lighting on these dune shadows is simply wonderful and I love the excellent work here.
Rural Life by bayno (18344)
PJE (20758) 2012-06-17 12:06
Hello Valter. This photo really shows how people in Kukas live and rely on bare essentials. This is something I know little of and am humbled. The black and white photo adds to this element of existence and the woman and goat included make this a very interesting photo. Thanks for sharing.