Winters morning by CPD66 (816)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:31
Those blue and grey tones are very compelling, as are the silver and gold reflections on the wet sand. Excellent choice the landscape format and the Rule of Thirds framing. The lighthouse far away in the distance on the left is the icing on the cake.
Thanks for sharing, have a great week
the main square in Ćuprija by kordinator (19454)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:27
The yellow tones really stand out. I like the bulky fountain, the wet floor and reflections. The Cyrillic writing in the background creates a very characteristic atmosphere. Well done.
"Galerie des glaces" by jjcordier (77518)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:24
Salut mon cher JJ
A visual feast for the eyes. The tight framing works to great effect. The light is incandescent and you have obtained such impressive sharpness and depth. The gold and white tones contrast beautifully. A charming photo indeed.
Wide & Layered by adidas5nb (5511)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:21
Namaskar dear Dwaipayan
A stunning view, a superb photo with impressive layers and levels of colour and texture. The play of light and shade on the mountains is truly beautiful and the person standing in the wilderness contemplating all that nature gives a wonderful sense of scale and solitude.
Warmest wishes, thanks for sharing
Ribeira by dkmurphys (50418)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:16
A delightful, unmistakably Portugese photo. You handled the light and shade superbly and have retained all the marvellous detail and colour in the architecture. Excellent vertical frame, sharpness and depth of field.
Mother and child by emka (81972)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:12
Ciao cara Itchy Feet
I have seen many images from India today that are similar to this. They make me sad and feel forlorn, that as the rich get richer, the poor get poorer. There is a real sense of sadness and desperation in this photo. The look on the baby's face kills me. I truly don't think I could handle being in India and seeing such poverty and inequality. But a beautiful, sad and poignant image.
Thanks for sharing, have a beautiful day. I saw the photo of you and Carluccio, which made me smile
~ small window ~ by abmdsudi (44908)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:08
Those are very sad and frightened eyes. The eyes of the lady's child are huge and luminous, although have not learnt fear yet, although certainly seem to have seen sadness. The vibrant colours belie the sadness behind this photo. I can only hope that the lives of these poor people get better and that they remain in good health.
The way to the cells by snunney (86574)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 3:02
ooooooh this gives me a shiver down my spine. The place needs a Blackfella in there to cleanse it, but I doubt you'd find one to go. That place is pure evil. The bloodshed and horror that this place has seen over the years is more than evident from your photo. Like a train crash, I just can't look away.
Cheers and thanks for sharing....I think :)
Talla Tranquillity by tyro (21006)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 2:59
Ciao caro Giovanni
Finally I get my claws on your beautiful photo. Let's hope the critique doesn't disappear into the ether. I really like the wide open space here, the grandeur and untouched beauty of the place. Am I mistaken in thinking that we have seen this wonderful place in your Gallery before, but in a different season? Back to the image itself, it's the light which takes this to another level. The warm tones illuminate everything and turn the water into a massive mirror. Superb symmetry, sharpness and depth of field. A real corker. Congratulations.
Instant Trust by macjake (58014)
delpeoples (53726) 2015-04-27 2:29
Your new fetish: barber shots. And you do it well. But I think that fella has missed a bit. Did you ever brave it and get a haircut yourself? You'd literally be taking your life into your own hands. I really love the sharpness (excuse the pun) and the rich skintones, all accentuated by the tight framing. This is a photo reminiscent of Abmdsudi. I bet he'd love this.
Hehehehe Mrs T.