Aoshima and the Devil’s washboard by PaulVDV (24191)
Porteplume (3432) 2015-07-04 23:01
I think indeed you must be there to fully appreciate this view. I guess that geological phenomena is due to the volcanic eruptions in that particular region. It made me remember of the (mostly vertical) basaltic columns and formations we can find in the Auvergne region in France and (vertical formation) The Giants'Cause in Ireland. For a moment you can imagine the hot lava solidifying in the sea...
Very nice photo giving a good idea of what you can expect. A great postcard I would say and definitely a postcard I would buy if I was there... ;)
Amicalement - Viviane
Portrait of a waitress by unclehotshot (3032)
Porteplume (3432) 2015-07-01 7:08
Excellent note! I like the way you explained WHY you took the photo and it makes a difference at the way we are looking at it...
Your framing is nicely tight around the group involved and I like the Summer feeling, glass of rosé, parasol, warm yellow background AND her smile! :)
Thank you for your visit & kind regards,
Fat Tower by paula-iw (124)
Iris garden #1 by bukitgolfb301 (37542)
Porteplume (3432) 2015-06-08 5:11
It is such a lovely image but please add a sufficient note about the subject here, the iris. If not it would be a common object w/o suitable note and would be removed for the same reason as earlier close shots of common object have been removed.
Thank you & greetings,
Viviane / TE moderator
Fondation Louis Vuitton / 2 by papera (14086)
Porteplume (3432) 2015-05-24 23:12
A perfect composition mostly due to a perfect point of view. I would have liked a bit softer contrast but it works though... Also a pity of the pair of legs at the left up corner, could you have cropped them w/o losing the balance?
Anyway I had to open the thumbnail and I am glad I did... Very nice.
Amicalement - Viviane
Pretty In Pink by delpeoples (54667)
Porteplume (3432) 2015-05-22 22:49
The thumbnail was appealing and I had to open it... Very nice detail, I had to figure out the scale because it could be a twig or a whole tree! ;)
I also enjoyed Craig's critique... :)
Can you tell in your note what makes the water that pink? Merci!
Amitiés - Viviane