Typical chalet in Morgins by dta (63048)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:52
Salut cher Denis
A delightful and characteristic little house. I love the sense of history and charm it evokes. The colours are stunning, as is the depth of field and pristine sharpness. Well done, thanks for sharing.
The Reader by holmertz (37209)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:49
This lady is like a chameleon, blending into her habitat. I love the orange tones and the superb depth and clarity. You captured an excellent decisive moment, and you did so with a quality photo.
The Needle and the Museum by annjackman (17869)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:46
This is a superb photo. I love the way you composed it is original and highly effective. Beautiful textures, colours and perspective. Above all, you nailed the exposure perfectly, perfectly illuminating the internal parts of the photo without blowing out the sky.
Superb shot, congratulations
UNITED COLORS OF CORFU by serp2000 (38051)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:43
Ahh what amazing colours. That water looks like a turquoise jewel. Superb depth, colours and management of the strong light. The rocks shine beautifully through the limpid water. What a paradise!
Thanks for sharing, have a lovely week
One To Call My Own by macjake (52340)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:37
Coming from a new country too, I see your point. We just don't have that type of architecture. Aren't the textures, tones and contrasts amazing? I like the tight framing here, the vivid colours and the warm light. It works well having no sky in the scene at all. Well done.
Seven years!! by emka (73437)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:29
Cara Itchy Feet
I am so sorry to have missed your 7th Anniversary here on TE. Congratulations dear friend. I am 1 year behind you. You certainly make TE a livelier place. A beautiful photo to celebrate with. The colours and sharpness are really impressive, so much that it seems three dimensional. I like the pigeons placed in the left foreground, which give a sense of scale and dynamism.
Cloisters of Santo Domingo VII by cornejo (28175)
delpeoples (52543) 2014-09-01 4:24
Hola dear Angel
These cloisters are quite different to the ones I'm used to seeing in Italy. The sunny day, blue skies really illuminate the subject beautifully and it is easy to see the craftsmanship that has gone into building and decorating this architectural treasure. Superb perspective and quality.
PS: Thank you for your support of my recent photo. It seems that our countries share similar problems