An Indigenous Woman by RandomCameraGuy (3071)
Polonaise (5802) 2006-11-25 22:47
So, you're saying Alex, that our Prime Minister is trying every dirty trick possible, just to get a good economical deal for our country. That S.O.B....I knew it... I knew it...! And I voted for him...that bas...rd !!!! I'll tell ya' If we won't stop him of doing such awful deeds, we're going to end up again in that humiliating first, or second, or third position on the list of the countries with the highest level of living. Brrrr! No wonder, Chinese leader of democracy snubbed him. Who wouldn't? Cute photo, though... Have a great, politically correct WE, pal. g.
An Urban Scene by RandomCameraGuy (3071)
paul_lombard (375) 2006-08-25 12:28
Hi Alex, I like this picture. It really does capture the cold, mechanicalness of a city. That cloud looming above looks like something off the new war of the worlds movie or that movie sin city. I can only see one person in the picture which gives it a deserted look. I'm sure if it was colour it would give a completely different feel. Good choice here. Regards Paul
The Lost by RandomCameraGuy (3071)
brazilwood (66) 2005-10-10 17:30
Great shot! I'm sure this little girl is not lost, but it was nice of her to pose for you... she does look lost. Her body language says, 'cover me up, where's my covering?'... And McDonalds smiling looks ironic to the postings.
A Man on a Bangkok Street by RandomCameraGuy (3071)
shaunmaclean (1) 2005-10-08 19:42
I really enjoyed this picture, Alex. I don't mean to sound argumentative, but I liked this picture for almost every reason that Luko said should have been changed when the picture was taken; it seems more of a "real life" picture, rather than having absolutely every single possible aspect perfect, which in turn, makes this almost a better picture than if it were to follow any of the recommendations.