A row of Burmese style Buddhas, which are noticeably different from their Thai counterparts. Taken at a hilltop Wat (or temple) at Victoria Point, the southernmost point of Myanmar (Burma).
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bantonbuju (51815) 2005-04-21 5:33
hi chris, unbelievably sweet photo today :-)))
lovely, so nice, cheerful;
plus a bonus composition;
i like it a lot;
ravish (140) 2005-04-21 5:33
very good shot indeed.i liked the changing colours in this photo with the buddha effect emphasised to the maximum.thanks for sharing such a wonderful photo from the neighbouring country and hope to see more of such.
Zepi (22848) 2005-04-21 5:41
J'aime bien cette photo,très bonne idée ces staties en diagonales!
Une image très dynamique!
PixelTerror (0) 2005-04-21 5:54
Nice Buddhas perspective building a strong diagonal, I agree with you they look different from the Thai ones, sitting position is the same but their visages are more like toys !
Have a nice day,
cessy (13647) 2005-04-21 6:06
very nice angle, Chris. I like the compo and perspective, beautiful colors of these budhas. They look different from any other budhas I have ever seen
carper (96) 2005-04-21 6:25
very nice one Chris,
The view is nice the depth is very good and the composition is well taken, I like it, very good job.
papagolf21 (107995) 2005-04-21 7:12
C'est curieux cette répétition de bouddhas (des clones !)
La diagonale choisie pour la prise de vue est parfaite. Sont-ils tous identiques ?
Encore une vue très intéressante de l'Asie.
Merci pour ce partage.
jhm (158892) 2005-04-21 8:24
These are all very sage, and beautiful on a file, excellent perspective also the different colour make your photo very nice.
weswang (18223) 2005-04-21 10:06
Hi Chris, An excellent diagonal arrangement with perspective view and repetition. This is a textbook quality composition. I also like the DOF to have the view blurred a little with the distance. Well done.
rbcy1974 (20758) 2005-04-21 10:48
Hi Chris, very nice perspective, it brings me back memories of my trip there... the Buddhas there are kind of kistch but fun to look at.
Fixfocus (9385) 2005-04-21 12:41
The diagonal repition of the buddhas adds a lot of depth to the compo.Excellent sharpness and saturation,and again a very good scan.
quantabeh (5205) 2005-04-21 12:51
Excellent point of view and perpsective, with great vivid colors and good exposure and sharpness.
The well cropped photo very well focuses the attention on the subject.
Thanks for sharing, Chris,
greg64g (11193) 2005-04-21 12:56
Very funny Buddhas.they looks very modern ! i prefer "originals" , anyway the picture is good the pov and the diagonals are good.
nwoehnl (122) 2005-04-21 15:42
Fun shot of the Buddhas, Chris. Very good use of perspective and repetition, and good choice to have the diagonal viewing angle that is much more efficient than a frontal view would have been. Also a delightful color palette.
Rockyboy (20598) 2005-04-21 17:29
Very nice perspective here, Chris! I like the red of those indendical statues. Well seen!
Kenny10pin (19301) 2005-04-21 21:18
very ncie work here, the angle is good and the coverage is beautiful too, well done
elihesamian (26149) 2005-04-22 8:12
A nice repetition with statues of Buddha and endless in your perspective,great POV and very well worked,with a fine colors.
The shot made graphicaly with a few triangle,too,which has a path to the focal point of the perspective,nicely composed and thanks for posting it,Chris!
chinchini (31529) 2005-04-22 11:22
Suis un peu en retard ;-))
Magnifique alignement de bouddhas très colorés, très bien centrés sur l'image. La perspective est profonde et la présentation correcte.
Très bon !
Jeppe (18654) 2005-04-22 17:51
A fine line indeed - I like the perspective you got and smiles on there faces - thanks Chris for sharing - reminds on a fairground shot of mine.
mumek (20202) 2005-04-24 10:06
Good morning Chris!
Excellent composition, good depth of the field and perspective. Very colorful, sharp
picture.Thanks for sharing
Mikas-2011 (401) 2015-05-08 9:08
To be an analog photography the quality it's outstanding as the dynamic diagonal gives it a powerful sense of deepness.