On the way to Business #3 by bukitgolfb301 (43610)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-21 18:09
Hello Takero, Now I know the difference between Maiko and Geisha. :-) She has such a beautiful kimono, and I like how she is glancing to the side. Very lovely capture, with a softly-blurred background. I hope things will be o.k. in Fukushima after today's strong earthquake. Stay safe.
Jack In The Green III by alvaraalto (18020)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-21 16:47
Hello Rob, I like this "Jack in the Green" photo the most, because you have the interesting combination of a festive priest, and an even more festive man beside him. The gentleman with the beard took the green part of the celebration very seriously, and he looks great. :-) This seems like a fun event, and good one for people-watching and taking photos.
Queensboro Bridge III by Tue (40834)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-21 16:41
Hello Lars, This is a very familiar view for me. My sister actually lives in the black building on the right side. :-) Of course this view is looking at Manhattan, and not the other way around as I usually see it when I visit her. I like that a tug boat was passing by, and the tram was in motion when you took this photo. I have only taken the tram to Roosevelt Island once, but when I did, I waved to my sister as it passed by her window. :-)
Puerta y Torre del Reloj by PaulVDV (30739)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-21 13:35
Hello Paul, Cartagena looks so colorful. This clock-tower is attractive, and I like the activity going on in front of it. Out of the WS photos you posted, my favorite is the view from outside the wall, with the palm tree on the left. It would also make a great main photo.
Nature's Geometry by macjake (70519)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-21 13:32
Hello neighbor, :-) What a great POV. It's a wonder you weren't blown off any cliffs while in Ireland; you stood in so many precarious spots! It was worth the wait to capture some people, and they are all in a line in the center of the path, which is perfect. Nice lighting, too. The bits of greenery and the angry-looking water add even more interest to an already-great scene.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall ...! by Royaldevon (41032)
worldcitizen (9006) 2016-11-19 17:46
Hello Bev, I love the combination of old and new, and I also love reflections, so this photo is a double bonus for me. :-) Really excellent presentation of this beautiful building, both in reality, and in the glass windows.