Boy and Bicycle by Sonata11 (33795)
rabani (9645) 2011-09-05 20:41
Before coming and stamping my comment here, I took the liberty to browse your other works. Frankly, anyone shooting with her heart and mind of what she is seeing passionately, you can't go wrong expressing what you are seeing. Panning this young cyclist as he is crossing the road shows your creative mind in depicting his movement, thoughtfully.[comment]
my favourite bridge II by BennyV (16823)
rabani (9645) 2010-02-05 7:52
Looks much better or more creative than some covered bridges elsewhere. I like scene such as this: rural, bucolic with the signature green of rice field. As photo also paints a thousand words, the photographer's words actually count for much and definitive. You too Ben, stay on the trail and when you don't, do remember how to get back ya.
Pigeons feast at Kuan Yin by Urs (14082)
rabani (9645) 2009-11-11 21:06
Hi Urs, I like very much editorial related photos. It tells how thing is elsewhere and unlike the "I was here" photo which is generally the " shoot & go" theme of guided tourists. This is a thoughtful composition exposing the winged friends milling around leftovers offered by the temple's devotees.[+]
Ratece by ls7902 (7348)
rabani (9645) 2009-11-11 8:51
Salam Latiff, It has been a long time my friend. I see you are still trekking/walking and getting good photos along the way. Refreshing tones and colors and saturated as always. You must have had climbed up the knoll to have this better perspective my friend.
Sunset again..... by metalz (444)
rabani (9645) 2009-11-10 11:34
I wouldn't have known this photo was taken by a PHD camera. Detail and colors is good and most like,a Dslr would have produce the same result. I am guessing, sooner than later, you might even upgrade your current P&S to a better version yes :) Good luck shooting.
Nursing the young by jusninasirun (17162)
rabani (9645) 2009-11-10 11:26
Salam my dear friend, this a bucolic scene and pretty closely related to the wide green rice vista of Kodiang. I believe the green is the dominating colors of Kedah and Perlis by this time. I also like the two motorbikes parking side by side. Personally, Kedah is home to the breakneck bikeracers burning rubbers on some city streets.