Early morning ride by Gerrit (47518)
plimrn (21344) 2013-05-14 9:48
I like the the POV that you chose, it really gives the feeling of being on a bike. You also did a nice job of capturing the light on the morning haze. Your note is interesting, I'd sure hate to see this road when it is busy. It looks challenging enough early in the day.
Gezondheid & Joy, Pat
Lavoirs d'Arudy by dta (65730)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 16:27
Great framing of the church and its reflection. The pond ringed with flowers adds another level to the reflection. It is one of the nicest reflections I've seen.
The sharpness & colors are good as well.
West & Chicago nº 045 - CLOUDY DAY (II)! by npecanhuk (64290)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 7:13
The depth of the canyon needs some foreground framing, yours is excellent.
I was about a month behind you on your tour although I missed Death Valley but added a few other sight. Smart of you to hit the desert before the teaming crowds and heat.
Dolphin during a pop up by danos (85785)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 6:37
I think this is the best dolphin shot I've seen. The sharpness and clarity is simply amazing and the very tight framing is perfect. As always, the note is interesting and informative.
I've seen a lot of dolphins from many different boats and I am in awe of this composition.
Big Wave by Waylim (25186)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 6:27
You really show the details of this amazing work of nature in spite of the shadow. Your note is both informative and companionable.
I don't know how you find the time for 2 websites, gardening, work and love!!
Happy Cows by Atousa (7131)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 6:10
I love the cool greens and blues in your composition, the red cows provide the perfect accent. The colors are natural and true and the sharpness is good, I particularly like the details of the clouds.
Your photos change my image of Iran, I've always thought of the middle-east as desert but this could be in the foothills of California (but only in the spring)
Sorry I am so slow responding to your kind note, My husbands health started a severe downward spiral at the time that you posted. I see you'ver been away for awhile now.
The biggest ... by jemaflor (83757)
plimrn (21344) 2012-07-22 6:01
Your thoughtful framing has excellent balance with the off-center minaret and the white domes contrasting against the blue sky. It is also interesting how the curve shapes repeat in the arches and the manicured trees.
I guess Dubai has beaten out Texas as the home of all the biggest. That is amazing: 82 domes!!