An Elite Audience by Royaldevon (39344)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-24 1:06
Hi Beverley. Quirky and amusing. In this world full of anger, hate and killings it is a breath of fresh air to come across a bit of well conceived humour which is also "politically correct" unless there is some protective society for mannequins. Regards. Klaudio.
Goudenhandrei XVI by jhm (153686)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-22 17:42
Hi John. Wonderful spot with charming architecture and beautiful reflections. The light once again is ideal without strong shadows. Pity that the buildings are leaning to the right but such are the aberrations with the use of a wide angle lens. Regards. Klaudio.
Lys Bridge Kortrijk by jhm (153686)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-22 17:39
Hi John. I do like the mood here: a sunny day, flowers galore and friends chatting on the bridge. As usual, your urban photos seem to say life is sweet. Nice composition as well and lovely light and details. Best wishes. Klaudio.
Victory Day by emka (98742)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-22 5:24
Zdravo Malgo. Now this is the sort of face that I love- a Slavic roundish face with high cheekbones, the sort of face I miss terribly in an Anglo world. She really is a stunner and who said men look great in a uniform without mentioning how women look just as good? Zivili Slaveni. Narod u zapadu samo govoru kako su oni spasili Evropu u vrjeme drugog svjetskog rata a Slavenske zrtve se ne spomenu, pogotovo koliko Rusa je poginulo borijuci se za soju domovinu. Pozdrav. Klaudio.
Surrounded by skyscrapers by ricardomattos (7097)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-17 16:35
Hi Ricardo. A special and unique take on the urban scape. Creative result but also indicative how some cities do create a sense of claustrophobia.Although here the sky has come down to meet us. Regards. Klaudio.
Black Lives Matter by delpeoples (58278)
daddo (26794) 2016-07-16 21:41
Ciao Lisa. An expression of determination and controlled anger in this direct gaze from a man whose grandfather, because of his skin colour, was until not that long ago classified as part of Australian fauna. The shame of being part of such a history and present reality as seen by your statistics and as yet no treaty in sight, which makes us all occupiers. Regards. Klaudio.