Angkor Wat by nopoint (878)
IanSewell (579) 2006-01-16 14:46
Where was this monk when we were there! All throughout Siem Reap, we were awed by the beauty of the place, but our photos just didn't manage to capture the peace and beauty of the wats. This one does though - well done and TFS
Silhouettes by smash2707 (3312)
IanSewell (579) 2006-01-16 14:45
I also love photos with sharp contrasts, and photos of arches tickle my fancy as well so this one grabbed me. My onlt complaint is the reflection being cut off - and I wonder if it would be better without the two circles at the top, to bring the focus more to the shadows.
The Mosque is beautiful - easily one of the most beautiful buildings I've ever seen - but I didn't like the fact that we couldn't wander around by ourselves - at the time, we were forced to join a group marching around the building at breakneck speed, preventing us from having the luxury of capturing shots like this. TFS!
arrivals and departures by snuggleaphagus (4146)
IanSewell (579) 2006-01-16 14:41
Always makes me nervous to land at SFO due to the proximity of the bay. For a truly scary landing however, check out photos of the runway at St Maarten in the Carribean. (like http://www.aviationpics.de/prev/st%20maarten.jpg - this is not a photoshop!!!)
I like the space in this photo, although it's a little too centered for me. TFS
sillicon valley 8:39 PM by snuggleaphagus (4146)
IanSewell (579) 2006-01-16 14:37
NIce to see that not all the fields are gone - but everytime we drive by, all we see is deserted building after deserted building.. very sad. (Bangalore, meanwhile, is growing leaps and bounds - maybe we'll slowly see a return to this sort of scene, althought valley always seems to morph itself into something new)
Nice photo - I like the powerlines to contrast the agri-feel of the rest.