I'm Not Listening To You! by macjake (57974)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-25 18:39
Great urban view! Dubai is definitely a vertical city, and I like the selection of skyscrapers here. My favorite is the twisty one of the left. :-) I also like the geometric shapes on the ground. That little boy was captured in the perfect spot; his blue shirt really jumps out, too.
walking the railroad tracks by Gerrit (49884)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-25 18:24
Thanks for another fascinating view from eastern Cuba. The lush vegetation gives the scene a very tropical feeling, and there is also a sense of isolation. Very nice depth, too. Your POV seems to be a bit higher than ground level, so I wonder where you took this photo from.
The beauty of Nepal (No points please) by holmertz (42835)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-25 18:21
This morning I was sad to read about the earthquake in Nepal. I've been enjoying your photos from this country, and it's tragic to know that many people there have been killed and displaced because of this disaster. Thanks for your your tribute photo and note. I hope the world will pull together to offer help in their time of need.
The Knickerbocker Hotel by bona (13129)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-25 18:14
I have always liked this building. I photographed it recently, too. The combination of reddish and white colors is lovely. I like that you captured two sides of the facade, and a bit of the green on top, too.
Like a Giant Fan by Royaldevon (31347)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-23 11:41
This is a cool and very modern view. All of the different lines and reflections provide a lot to look at. It's good that you included a link to get a a sense of what the entire structure looks like. It's hard to imagine from only seeing this view of the base. The people crossing the bridge blend in with the background a bit, but it's nice to have them there for a human presence. Nice framing of an interesting subject.
LIFE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME... by serp2000 (41016)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-23 11:28
Great POV! It's hard to tell that you are even in Japan; this could be the Swiss Alps. :-) The clouds hovering over the mountain tops, and the cable car coming from the other direction, all add interest to the scene. It must have been a very memorable ride.
The Dragon by bona (13129)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-23 11:25
This is my favorite architectural photo of yours so far. The details on this facade are amazing. You really kept your eyes open while walking around the city. I like the tight framing and excellent sharpness. These are the kinds of details that I love finding.
Corniglia - Perched on a Hilltop by mayjayne (3683)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-23 11:22
This is a beautiful postcard image. I like the different colors of the houses, and all the greenery surrounding them. I can't imagine living in a place like this. It must be hard to reach this village, especially when the weather is bad. Great view, and I like your framing, too.
Swimming With Barney by delpeoples (53697)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-22 20:10
What a charming close-up! I can really feel the playful and curious nature of Barney in this photo. I'm curious, did he tell you his name? ;-) We don't see a lot of underwater photography on TE, so this is a treat, especially since the subject is so adorable.
Overlooking of Mulberry St by bona (13129)
worldcitizen (7209) 2015-04-22 20:06
I do like the green fire escape, and the details around the window. This window is not too far from the large mural I posted recently. I can tell this building is old because of the style, and it makes me wonder what the interior is like. It seems like you visited the same streets back in 2012 that I visited just a few weeks ago. :-)