Signs of Love by holmertz (36441)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 3:06
Ciao dear Gert
What strange people, but that's what makes life - and our photos - so interesting. I find married couples trying to outdo each other nowadays with new, inventive and weird things to do at their wedding. Glad you were there to capture this little bit of weirdness. The light and definition are beautiful.
The moss kingdom by vjmite (3704)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:57
This is simply magical, like something out of The Lord if the Rings or a fairy tale. Marvellous light control and the varying green shades have been illuminated superbly. Excellent panoramic cut too. I was on the Kepler Track a decade ago in March, a lot iciest than this.
Modern Melbourne by daddo (22352)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:52
Ciao caro Klaudio
I've never seen the Deakin Building look so good. And the key to that is the clever way you composed it, getting all the elements in shot and also cropping it so tightly to emphasise those varying textures. Good timing with e human element, adding dynamism and interest. Nice work, thanks for sharing.
Hope you have a good week, un abbraccio
German Laufenburg by mirosu (12284)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:47
Salut cher Miro
A marvellous high POV of this delightful town on the river. The colours and contrasts are very eye-popping. You achieved a superb definition and depth. I love the curve of the river and it's curious colour. Well done. Thanks for your words on the Reef. It's is a terrible crime being committed - and it's all supposedly legal.
Hotel de ville de Reims by Sergiom (53775)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:40
Salut mon cher Serge
Ooh look at those clouds! A touch of the mackerel sky always looks great against buildings such as this, so you were lucky with the good timing but also clever to get the best of it. I like the wide angle approach and the strange geometries these traffic bollards make. I saw a lot of them in France, very interesting.
Warmest wishes and I hope you have a lovely day
Palacio Real de La Almudaina -- My 500th by siudzi (31777)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:36
What a very special photo to celebrate your 500th here on TE. Seriously, the shot is sensational, one of those one in a thousand shots you see that really stands out from the crowd. Stunning Blue Hour exposure, superb golden reflections and a magical sense of stillness and peace.
Congratulations and I wish you many hundreds more here on TE, it is always a pleasure to critique your photos.
Needle in a net stack by InasiaJones (31250)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 2:33
Ciao dear Andre
This is - like so many of your photos - one which I particularly covet. It's fantastic. The skin tones and definition make it look like something straight out of a film. What is so specially compelling is that this fisherman is practising something that had probably been handed down to him by generations previous. It's a very intimate, in your face kind of photo. You're so brave approaching people and gaining their trust so completely in order to get your magnificent people photos.
Thanks for sharing. We're still in shock and in mourning today here in Australia over an environmental decision that will destroy our Great Barrier Reef. What - another - sad day.
J-class racing by willperrett (5648)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 0:39
Hehehehe thank you so much for the photo of your sailing adventures. It's such a dynamic and fascinating photo, completely out of the norm. The muted colours are really attractive, as is the sharpness which really gives us a sense of being a bystander up close. I love the tight framing and the diagonal lines which dominate the frame. Top shot, and so interesting to see you show us a sport which you love so much.
Cheers, have a brilliant day
Trim Haymaking Festival 2014 by Noel_Byrne (20085)
delpeoples (52289) 2014-07-28 0:36
Gidday dear Noel
You soils enter this photo in a competition. It's just about the best photo I've seen come out of Ireland in ages. And that's saying something, as I belong to both an Irish and a Donegal photo stream on Facebook. Even without your castle and the church, a photo of this dear old bloke turning the hay, is a cracker. But the combination of 3 elements that are so, so Irish makes this a truly magnificent shot. A movie director setting up a screen shot couldn't have asked for more. So you've done really well here. Thanks for sharing, have a beaut day.