World Theater Day 2015 by mesutilgim (86534)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-30 16:31
This high POV looking down at the site is very nice. I like the greenery that's in the middle of some of the ruins. Old sites like these are fascinating to me, since we don't have such old structures here in the US. I like how you fit all the different pieces into the frame.
Morning Chai, Morning Shave by macjake (57712)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-30 14:00
I've seen photos like this from India before, but I like that yours is more close-up and tightly framed than others. The color of the background is also very nice. This man seems very relaxed. Maybe it's because he's only having the shaving cream applied here, and the razor blade is not next to his skin yet. LOL! I like seeing those arms partially in the frame, too.
A hand cylinder fireworks #1 by bukitgolfb301 (36668)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-30 13:56
What a dynamic action shot! I like all of the embers falling around the man and filling the frame. We can feel his determination by the look on his face, and the sharpness and exposure are wonderful. I like this unique view. :-)
Pink Ripples in the Sand by kabel (1825)
Boom and Bust by Noel_Byrne (25598)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-28 18:49
I can feel the agony from the look on this person's face. It seems so real. Your presentation is wonderful; I like that you placed part of the figure on the far right, and allowed us a blurred view of the buildings in the background on the left. There is a lot of emotion in this scene.
Just Around the Corner by macjake (57712)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-27 19:38
Great colors in this photo, both on the wall and in the woman's clothes. I also like how the window creates a frame within a frame. I don't think she looks angry, at least not with you. I'd imagine that if she were, she'd be looking straight at you and opening her mouth to say something! :-) Maybe she's just thinking about something unpleasant. Lovely first photo from India. :-)
A detail of Bairro Alto by adores (38589)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-26 17:15
I really like this one! The bright urban art, combined with the old doors, the lock, and the graffiti, all make a fascinating and vibrant scene. I like your crop and presentation, too. It's a very eye-catching photo. :-)
Waiting for the Man in White Clothing by macjake (57712)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-25 18:03
Hello again Craig,
Don't worry, you can post as many photos of this mosque as you want; it's simply stunning. This straight-on view is very attractive. The openings remind me of giant key holes. :-) I like the symmetry of the bottom section, and then the asymmetry with that one dome on top. Of course the man in white is that one extra thing that pulls the whole scene together.
Lines of Gold by macjake (57712)
worldcitizen (7189) 2015-03-25 17:56
Wow! I really love this view! The repeating columns have such a strong impact, and they seem to go on forever. That man is captured in the perfect spot, and your handling of light and perspective is spot on. Great photo! :-)