Greens & Yellows by macjake (63210)
jcpix (13846) 2015-11-04 19:24
How are you bud? Sorry it's taken so long to finally get to writing, it's been a chore trying to keep up on everything....but that's neither here nor there!? Regardless of my lack of interaction, I can honestly say I've quite enjoyed at least seeing the pictures you've posted here and IG from this recent trip.
I can only assume you guys had a great time, and surely had some sweet weather in Malta. As you might gather, I'm most looking forward to your Paris collection, but just as happy to see the beauty and charm of this Mediterranean gem. ;) These last two pictures have a bit of Cuban feel about them, but certainly unique to the actual locale. Your camera must have undertaken another fierce workout, yeah? :)
Hope all is going well for you guys! Take it easy up there.
Cheers from the desert,
The shadows by CLODO (33032)
jcpix (13846) 2015-10-31 10:51
As I was looking over your gallery, this was one that immediately caught my attention. Wonderful graphics and play of light, an irresistible combination of effects...easy to see why you took the picture. :) Hope all is going well. Take good care.
DARK SIDE OF THE CHURCH by serp2000 (42554)
jcpix (13846) 2015-10-21 15:32
Hello my dear friend,
How are you? Hard for me not to notice this picture, instantly recognizable!! :) I vividly remember seeing this church from ground level, as we approached in your car...but this shot sure makes the church appear even bigger and brighter.
A beautiful blue sky accents the color and architectural details sublimely....even if this is "the dark side." lol Why do I now hear the theme music from The Empire Strikes Back, is Darth Vader nearby?? :P
Sounds like the weather has changed quite a bit from this particular sun filled day, hope you're staying warm. If not, you know the door is always open in Phoenix. :)) I'm sure you're looking forward soon to NY, in the meantime though, take plenty more pictures from home....you know I will always enjoy them!
Take it easy bud. Please pass along my greeting and best wishes to your family.
One More Time by macjake (63210)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-27 12:58
Having just returned from NYC, I was immediately drawn to this skyline picture of yours. :) Man, what a beauty of high rises and reflections!
No need to try and resist a place like this, if anything, I'd say take even more pictures. :)
The sunset/blue hour sure sets a nice, calm mood over the scenery...and the slick surface of the water almost looks smooth enough to ice skate. Great transition from day to night, don't be afraid to post more from here. :)
Hope you guys are doing well, and getting ready for a new adventure. Take it easy bud.
The Pencil of Franfurt by Noel_Byrne (28166)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-27 12:52
I thought of you many times over the past week while in NYC, the architecture there is something you would thoroughly enjoy...and this type of picture is evidence of that attraction.
A fun composition, I really like how you've utilized the relative simplicity of subjects into a most aesthetic and well planned image. I think the "pencil" is a bit large for anyone to write with, but if you can manage, it would sure leave a big impression! :P
Hope all is well, and many thanks for following along on FB...as it's not too often I log into TE these days!? Take it easy.
Cheers from the never ending summer,
New from Valletta by emka (89411)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-27 12:46
Hello dear Malgo,
Always on the move, I can't keep up with you! :) I'm sure you're having a fun time, and I always look forward to following your adventures....even if I can't be there in person. ;)
This is certainly something of a different style, an unexpected surprise to see from Malta. Great graphics and strong perspective, similar to what I've seen in MYC this past week. Travel safe, and keep the pictures coming.
SUNDAY NIGHT by serp2000 (42554)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-27 12:43
Hello my friend,
I certainly must take time to log in and comment when I see a photo that has personal meaning to me. :) The deep orange/red glow from the street lights first caught my attention from the main gallery, and I quickly realized the location of this picture. :))
Always a pleasant sight and fond memory, I'm happy to see these images from your home! As Gert mentioned, I too enjoy imagery that aids induces the imagination, and this captures an intriguing mood down below. Hope all is well bud, take good care.
Cheers from the desert,
The sunny side of the street by holmertz (47150)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-03 13:26
Instant celebrity! :) You've made this woman TE famous, although she may never be the wiser. lol
I like your chosen title, we may not be privy to the other side of the street, but this one is certainly bathed in warm sunlight and speaks incredibly well to the visual at hand.
A brilliant capture, not only for the shopkeepers presence, but the text itself, giving context to location. These types of photos have become quite a favorite of mine, local appeal for a broad audience that can appreciate its aesthetic quality in general...and of course it bears repeating, that all important human connection. :)
Hope everything is good on your side of the globe. Take good care. All the best.
Friendliest wishes from the desert Southwest,
HARVEST 2015 by serp2000 (42554)
jcpix (13846) 2015-09-03 13:19
How are you? I've still had many problems with the site, but finally managed to log in today.
I suppose the seasons are stating to change, yeah...although I really can't see much of a difference here in the desert, other than it gets dark sooner in the evening!? lol
This is a fine picture to correlate the theme, as the crops and fields change for the new season ahead. I like the idea of the vignette, focusing attention on the machinery to emphasize that point.
Hope you're getting a bit more free time now, and that everything else is going well. Take care my friend.
Cheers from the U.S.,
• Angkor • by Manamo (3708)
jcpix (13846) 2015-07-30 16:17
A popular site, no doubt...and one that has been shared in picture form many times over. That being said, you've set yourself apart with this one...what a beauty!! The dark tones and soft touches of warm color really set a wonderful and mysterious mood. I can only assume the atmosphere here is incredible to begin with, and this result strikes quite a chord in my imagination.
A quiet stunner! All the best. Take it easy.