Portland Blue Light by Waylim (25368)
Wahclellaspirit (3963) 2015-04-18 22:59
I discovered 2 of your images from Trekearth located on an Air France Travelogue titled, The Traveliest. Along with yours, there were 4 other photographers from TE that had their images stolen. I contacted Air France this week and am waiting for a response from Paris regarding their theft of my copyrighted image, not only from TE but from my book that has the image copyrighted within its covers. If you want the link to the Traveliest write to me at: email@example.com
Miss seeing your images, what is the name of the other photo site we are on? I had to wipe out my computer and lost all my contacts, still finding out old ones to replace.
Line Up Your Ducks by kasianowak (7409)
Wahclellaspirit (3963) 2014-07-27 20:38
What I love in this image is the lighting from behind the trees and the beautiful browns and golds the light allows to infuse into the scene. The simplicity of nature's forms and textures are beautifully captured through your lens and in your vision of this scene.
Going through your images I have to ask, what do you do for a living? Your image of North Korea was a shock as that was the first image I have seen of North Korea on the site.
Holy Shrine, Hossein- Ibn-Musa*(30)* by omid266 (6700)
Wahclellaspirit (3963) 2014-05-20 22:34
The Temple is beautiful indeed. The craftsmanship that it takes to place the colorful tiles together to tell a story is a remarkable work of art.
Very crisp and bright image,
Castle of Artaguana(5) by omid266 (6700)
Wahclellaspirit (3963) 2014-05-04 22:03
I agree, may there be peace and happiness spread across the world!
I have lived in Europe for many years in the past, and I have always been fascinated by the earliest of castles and their significance to the peoples of the regions that once stood.
I ask you; "What was this castle's main purpose, and when was it built?"
I love the angle you chose here with the long, sweeping wall. Once, I imagine it was a grand palace where fortunes were traded and made.
Rio Grande National Monument by photoray (13182)
Wahclellaspirit (3963) 2014-05-03 10:10
I like the overall scene as it shares of the terra quite well, and all the temperatures of the the hues are great. Just how wide is the Rio Grande anyway? to my knowledge, I have never read how wide and how deep the river is for a waterway in the high desert...
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