Cancer… There's Hope by mcmtanyel (16719)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2013-04-08 0:03
Your note goes very well with the joy shown in the captured statues. The blue sky is beautiful, I just wish the statues stood out a little more from their background as their lower halves and particularly the child seem to blend into the ground.
After so much rain... by adores (41066)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2013-04-07 18:07
Uma foto espetacular com optimos pormenores. As pessoas ajudam a ver a forca da agua e natureza. O ponto de vista e magnifico, tal como o enquadramento A escolha de preto e branco da a oportunidade de ver a accao sem a distracao de cores.
Old Times by isa (1974)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2009-01-31 12:03
Esta foto faz lembrar as casas de campo da minha infancia, of fogao de petroleo e a boneca de trapos. Tanto um com o outro muito mais limpos do que me lembro. Otima definicao, e boa luminosidade e gosto muito desta colecao de artigos.
The Master and The Kid by siyah_perde (43)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2008-12-28 12:09
wonderful photo the tenderness in his face is well captured and matches your note well. Her look is good too although a bit startled. The grainy and gritty feel of the photo makes it timeless, I like the crop. I would not use such a frame it takes precious space and detracts from the well captured photo. If you must use a frame a thin line would be better and give you more space to show case your work.
Mission Chapel: Santa Barbara by terez93 (1160)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2008-12-02 23:07
Nicely captured, the symmetry is good and I like the light. The rythm of the pews is great and I like the bit of shadow they cast on the carpet. The details of the altar are sharp and well defined
Noyo River Entrance to Ft. Bragg by plimrn (21344)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2008-12-02 23:03
This is one of my favoreite palces to visit and I don't go nearly as often as I should, it's only an hour form my in laws. I love how you captured the bridge and the restaurant below, the framing of the is so good. The photo as a whole does scream ForT Brag to me, there's a sort of gentle magical timlessness in for brag and you captured it. The light is great and I like that I can identify the buildings well.
The pub next to the yellow building has wonderful fish and chips and is super mellow and quiet. Hopefully you hde the opportunity to visit glass beach (my second favorite beach in the US).
WINGS by avigur_11 (22081)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2008-11-30 20:40
Awesome photo.. The sharpness specially on the tail is very good. I like how the light iluninates the feathers. I wish his face was turned a little more towards you but in these situations it is difficult to communicate with the subject.
I took a photo of one of this guys relatives two weeks ago. I may post it , id I ever decide to post again
A New Day Dawns by plimrn (21344)
snuggleaphagus (4146) 2008-11-05 0:29
A amrvelous photo to clebrate the glorious victory. The photo is great the sky magnificent it symbolizes so much.
After leaving the polling place I linfered in the church parking lot, looking at the sea and the gorgeous sunset, and I though I should have brough the camera this is a last sunset before the new morning. Great to see that you posted the dawning of a new era.
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