"Whre Do I Begin" by Mics (649)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 20:08
That is certainly a face that has been well-lived in. I hope that life has been good to her. Excellent B&W which emphasises the lines on her face and also the sombre nature of her demeanour. I also like the way you composed the shot, with your subject slightly off-centre to the right. Thank you for sharing and I really like your note.
Habib Bourguiba tomb by lousat (72855)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 20:01
Dalla simplicitá della tomba di Yuranigh, abbiamo questo grande opus. Bellissimi i dettagli, il POV e la composizione in genera. I colori e nitidezza sono impeccabile, come sempre. Complimenti e grazie anche per la nota molto intrigante.
Classico by carlo62 (28369)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:58
hehehehe Italianissimo! Invece della bandiera del tricolore, potrete usare questa! Mi piacciono il tema dei colri gialli, l'immagine minimalista e la carattera. Tutto italiano, che bello.
~ deep in prayer ~ by abmdsudi (40174)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:56
Ciao dear Abmdsudi
This is indeed a very intimate moment. I love these types of shots, but am never brave enough to take them. So I take my hat off to you not just for the high quality of the image, but the courage that it took to take it. Your composition is excellent, with the worshipper in the extreme right foreground. The play of light and shade is very evocative, almost mystical and the warmth of light makes it a very inviting image. Well done, thanks for sharing.
1934 Ford Model B by photoray (10485)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:53
Wow, if this aint the Wacky Racers, I dunno what is. I like the elongation of the car's chassis,no doubt caused by the POV and the wide-angle lens. The colours and chrome are very dynamic and although this is a stationery shot, has it has of dynamism. Good work!
Thanks for sharing
The Enchantress by tyro (18884)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:51
What a pity we can't hear her beautiful music, but we can certainly appreciate her beautiful blue eyes and peaches and cream complexion, thanks to your excellent photograph. Her blue denim jacket matches her eyes and contrasts so nicely with the red polka-dot dress. You really achieved an impressive definition and sharpness, something I always admire in Andre and Abmdsudi's portraiture. Superb eye contact too, she looks like she's about to say something to you.
A delightful photo, superbly realised.
Uganda Willife- The big 1 by Gerrit (44753)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:46
Along with whales and dolphins, elephants are my favourite creatures. They are big, intelligent and majestic. This is a superb photo of the ele at his favourite watering hole. Excellent light and superb sharpness and depth, despite the distance.
Murshidabad - I by fabbs99 (16079)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:43
Namaskar dear Farhat
Welcome back to TE, we have missed you.
I like this series on this most majestic building. Things always seem a lot bigger in India for some reason. Beautiful perspective and I like the tiny person in front of you taking a photo, which gives us an excellent sense of scale.
Thanks for sharing, have a beautiful day
Regards from lazy holidays 2 by emka (73761)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:40
Ciao cara Itchy Feet
Well it seems that the lazy holidays have ended and the Itchy Feet holidays have commenced. So you are in Russia already? Please give my love to our TE'ers. How exciting for you. Like this photo, you will be the Mother Swan leading the babies around Russia. Beautiful colours and reflections. I love that pale silvery blue colour, I think it is my favourite colour in the world beside sea green.
Thanks for sharing, buon viaggio
Chicago Blue Hour by macjake (52920)
delpeoples (52731) 2014-09-02 19:36
Don't worry I was in Europe last September and still haven't sorted out all my photos :) We will excuse you.
This is a corker and a shot that I reckon was really difficult to get right. The light was extremely challenging, and you did so well in not blowing out the spotlights below and the lighter parts of the illuminated building. This really is a Craigarama photo. I can see why you fell in love with Chicago, you must have felt like a kid in a lolly shop! Excellent vertical cut, superb sharpness and lovely colours. Nice that you're mixing up your photos at the moment, some from Europe, Sth America and USA.
Cheers, have a great day