Trapper Mountain by antcreations (251)
Raugly Harbour II by vikous (2217)
PLB (233) 2008-08-26 14:42
Hey, I like this alot, really caught my eye.
There is one thing however, and that is I think that the right hand side of the image is slightly higher than the left (look at the angle on the uprights on the boat craddle), a slight clockwise tweak would sort that out just fine.
I like the composition a lot, with the boat in clear skies and the buildings under cloudy skies. Good use of reflections in the puddles too.
Spheres. by DINOZOR (15534)
PLB (233) 2006-01-25 14:39
This is the 3rd photograph that I have seen of these very spheres on TrekEarth this week alone, and also the best of the three without a shadow of a doubt.
The spheres show the modern and often abstract world that we live in reflecting the old order that history holds.
You have choosen a nice low POV allowing the beauty of the building to be reflected several times in the spheres.
The only minor points, as already stated would be to fill the frame with the spheres and maybe clone out yourself, although, you could class this as a self portrait.
Well done and thanks for sharing.
Master of Shaolin by shiwa (306)
PLB (233) 2006-01-24 13:37
This is an excellent portrait, well done! I love the textures in the skin. The expression on the gentleman is spot on and relaxed. He really looks like he has been everywhere and done everything and is just enjoying himself now.
Fantastic, thanks for sharing
Palais Royal by Peeotr (2228)
PLB (233) 2006-01-21 15:38
Hello Piotr, great idea that you have had here, although I find the top half of the picture rather distracting from the mirrored balls. Perhaps a tighter shot of the balls themselves with the reflections of the old building in them would have been better.