Walking in Reykjavik by lousat (92892)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-27 16:30
Ciao Luciano, I love this kind of photo. The frame is full of windows, both real and reflected, and a few people add life to the scene. Everything fits nicely into your composition, and the sharpness and lighting are great. Very nice! :-)
Skywalk Downwards by alvaraalto (15284)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-27 15:45
Hello Rob, You captured another great view from high in the sky. The fountain has such beautiful graphic qualities from that height. I also like the patterns made by the water, and all of the different people moving around. The warm colors are also nice. This is a very eye-catching photo.
Sleepless in New York by alvaraalto (15284)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-25 14:44
Hello Rob, This is very cute! NYC is "the city that never sleeps", but that cartoon man was able to rest in the middle of busy Times Square. :-) You also have a sharp view of the crystal ball that drops every year on New Year's Eve. This was a well-spotted photo opportunity.
From High Above by alvaraalto (15284)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-25 14:42
Hello Rob, Great capture of the cathedral. You has a clear POV looking down, and were able to capture the whole thing. I like seeing the activity on the steps, too. My first photo here on TE was a similar one. I used to have a view of St. Patrick's Cathedral from the 38th floor of my former office. I really like all the details in this shot.
Worst Bugs Ever!!!!! by macjake (69173)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-23 16:42
Hello Craig, O.k., I will never go this spot!! Bugs like to come after me all the time. If I step out of the house for a minute during the summer, I come back inside with mosquito bites. Last month I also got bitten for the first time by a spider. That bite still hasn't completely gone away. But I digress...This is a lovely photo, and I like the exposure of the falls. I hope you saw a fairy, too. ;-)
Second tallest in NYC by alvaraalto (15284)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-23 14:26
Hello Rob, It's interesting to see this building in your latest photo. I personally don't like it that much. I think if it were located next to some other similarly tall buildings it might look better, but alone in the middle of Park Avenue, it looks like a giant stick, especially when viewed from a distance. I can see it from parts of Brooklyn, and I always say to myself: "there's that giant stick poking up from Manhattan"! I do like your photo, however. :-) The high POV is great, and so are all the surrounding details.
Fairmount and Schuylkill by Tue (38710)
worldcitizen (8814) 2016-09-22 12:50
Hello Lars, This is a great view! There are two distinct styles to this photo, with the river separating them. There are so many classical-Greek style structures on the left, that it could be mistaken for a European city instead of an American one. Then there is a glimpse of the modern buildings on the right. The lighting is great, too. Very nice. :-)