The Smiling Church by saxo042 (36624)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-22 4:31
En mycket fin komposition. Det är bra att du har inkluderat båten med människor i förgrunden. Jag har också en bild av leende kyrka (tagen 2013), som jag inte har presenterat på TE. Jag stod nära båtarna på den motsatta stranden.
Auprès de mon arbre by CLODO (28482)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-22 4:07
A strong simple image that is very much to my liking. It is good to see a B&W of this calibre on TE.
Thanks for the workshop on my Kittiwake image. I have just returned from New Caledonia. I see that you had previously posted images from there. I had never considered before that France is a direct neighbor of Australia.
The Gardens of Seaton Delaval Hall by Royaldevon (25852)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-22 3:59
A well composed photo and interesting note. Lovely natural colours and good depth of field.
I apologise for not responding with a message on your critique of my Kittiwake image 'mums and bubs' because I have been travelling. I will respond here because it is not likely that you will find a message if I post it with the original image. I value your frank critique because it represents your considered analysis. I did not have a long lens and was not able to get a close-up portrait of an individual mum and bub. I didn't think the quality of the image would handle a significant crop but was satisfied with being able to indicate the extent and close proximity of the birds with their chicks.
Otok Gubea by willperrett (5584)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-22 3:43
I love the colours and composition. A peaceful looking place.
I have just returned from New Caledonia and the water there, inside the barrier reef, was of a similar colour to that in your image.
Thanks for recent critique and the suggested Icelandic novel "The Blue fox". There is another novel set in Iceland: "Burial Rites" by a young Australian author Hannah Kent. They will now both be on my delayed reading to-do list.
Beautiful flutist by jasmis (57804)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-04 2:29
Ha ha. I see the double meaning. Beautiful girl holding the flute and the no parking sign. A clever trick on us all.
I like your photos especially your industrial monochromes. I see that critiquing is no longer important to you. I understand completely.
Warm hugs! by worldcitizen (6405)
trevormoffiet (2168) 2014-07-02 4:41
Your photo instantly prompts questions about who is the one in need of a hug.The person with the sign or the person who is being are invited to have a hug. As your note says, it was invented by a person who required a hug. The people passing by obviously didn't need one because they have each other.
BTW The person with the sound system, in my image with the graffiti, was either packing it up or stealing it. There was no music coming from the system at the time.