Time for Reflection by macjake (66510)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-29 13:47
Hello Craig, If I lived in Vancouver I'd also photograph this spot a lot. It's very photogenic. :-) Nice skyline view, and the reflections look great in the calm water. If I ever get to BC, we'll definitely have a TE meeting here. :-)
Pobiti Kamani Desert by ChrisJ (111548)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-28 18:38
Hello Chris, I'd never heard about this desert before, so thanks for teaching me about it. These stone structures are very interesting, and mysterious, too. The stones and sand look attractive with the bright, blue sky. Nice presentation of this site.
Christ Blessing the Masses by batalay (38525)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-27 17:40
Hello Bulent, The silhouette of this famous and imposing statue seems to welcome us and pull us in. I like the contrast in size with the tiny tourists on the bottom of the frame. The cloudy sky adds more drama, and something a bit divine to the atmosphere, too. This is definitely one of the most recognizable sights in Rio.
A Pier For A Prince by delpeoples (57264)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-27 17:32
Hello Lisa, Great POV, with a nice symmetry, and the row of pontoons leading us down the middle of the photo. The wooden posts resemble an odd kind of forest, and I like the reflections, too. There is a different type of beauty to this scene...
The scandal by lousat (89128)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-26 18:09
Ciao Luciano, We can definitely see how large this statue is from the people below it. The people in the statue look like giants who might break free and take over the streets! Surely all that money could have been put to better use, but it's impressive to see this work of art. I had never heard about it before.
Chile s Little San Francisco by PaulVDV (27808)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-26 17:47
Hello Paul, This does look like a very picturesque city. I like the view of the water, and the palm tree that pops out of the foreground. It's interesting how there is so much color in the foreground, and the background is only in shades of blue. That caught my eye right away, and it helps to make this a unique view.
across the bay by ourania (43538)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-24 16:57
Hello Ourania, I wouldn't walk onto this wooden jetty myself, but it makes a wonderful lead-in to the water and the town in the distance. :-) The foreground really tempts us to step out into the water, and take a closer close at the hills and the faraway castle.
Pilgrimage on Horseback by adores (44813)
worldcitizen (8434) 2016-04-24 16:54
Hello Ana, This is a lovely scene, as the horses and carts come down the country road, surrounded by spring flowers. The man in front smiled for the camera, and even one of the lead horses seems interested in you. :-) I like the dirt road, too.