Monks Crossing by Waylim (25430)
Suppiluliuma (3913) 2015-09-21 21:52
Long time no see as I was also out of "town".
I have profound memories for Laos, in particular Luang Phrabang, as it was the most sincere atmosphere, authentic environment with lovely people of our whole IndoChina trip.
The picture depicts a wonderful moment with monks crossing the shaky bridge, the reflections on the Mekong and the classical river boat.
Sail 2015 / 2 by papera (14170)
Suppiluliuma (3913) 2015-09-02 23:59
It is a pleasure to enjoy your pictures again.
The b&w atmosphere with the darker crew shades on the masts is a delight,. Looks like an early 20th century scene.
My only nit picking is related to the black title strap below, decreasing the contrast of the picture as if it is part of the composition.
Wooden Cloister by batalay (37197)
Suppiluliuma (3913) 2013-05-23 6:01
Dear Bülent Bey,
Too much symmetry sometimes distract the viewer, but I guess here, it is not the case.
The sofa on the left prevents such a feeling.
My only nit-picking would be the lack of a human figure presence.
The Red Boat by batalay (37197)
Suppiluliuma (3913) 2012-12-18 23:45
Dear Bülent Bey,
A nicely captured scene with beautifiul contrast of the red boat and the gradual transition of the grey clouds into white.
I have not been on TE recently, and I'm afraid my visits will be less frequent than usual.
SAINT POUL TREKING 2 by erhan1958 (15521)
Suppiluliuma (3913) 2012-11-08 21:43
Dear Erhan Bey,
It is a striking picture in the sense of showing the building expertise of the Romans. Why did they prefer such a colossal work instead of using typical dirt roads...
Good framing, nice curve and details.