This monument to Pavel Dybenko, a leading Soviet military officer, is erected at the center of the town of Novozybkov. The Novozybkov’s District is one of the Russian regions, which have been suffered most from the Chernobyl disaster.
GPS coordinates: 52.535661 Lat, 31.934598 Long, 161 m
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Sonata11 (31881) 2011-12-01 18:55
a very beautiful of architecture and wonderful artwork. I like also suroundings. Excellent picture with fantastic sharpness, clarity, beautiful colors. Perfectly well done. I like it. Thanks for sharing.
All the best,
cargus (7704) 2011-12-01 22:00
Très réussi ce paysage , une bonne combinaison de couleurs, un bon éclairage, un bon effet visuel.
pajaran (44354) 2011-12-01 23:59
Lepo mesto sa spomenikom i pogledom na deo grada, lepa fotografija.
Dobra ostrina snimka, pesrspektiva, kompozicija i prikaz lepim bojama.
Imajte lep dan i vreme.
danos (80278) 2011-12-02 0:27
Good morning Sergiy,
nice the view as the placement of the statue of Pavel Dybenko,in the frame,with whole and picturesque canal to penetrates the image making the scene so beautiful and calmly. The sitting people at the bank of the canal, enjoy the beautiful part of the city.
Have a good day,Danos
kordinator (14805) 2011-12-02 0:49
Fantastic presentation of this Historical Town.
Amazing place you catured vith nice vivid colors and fantastic light.
Really great depth of field.
Another fantastic job.
Best regards my friend
siamesa (27701) 2011-12-02 3:22
Bom dia Sergiy
Excellent register. Superb capture and a very informative note.TFS
adramad (32881) 2011-12-02 7:37
A splendid image very well composed, I like the statue in the foreground, it gives a wonderful depth of field, we see the big picture behind, with the pond and diversity of buildings. A beautiful sky, which nicely complements this pretty picture.
Very good management of the brightness and nice colors, great sharpness also allows us to clearly see the images of the fund.
Have a nice weekend.
Royaldevon (23410) 2011-12-02 9:58
A sharp and detailed photograph with a strong focal f/g image, creating a good sense of depth.
I do agree with the off-centre positioning of the statue but would suggest that it would have been better positioned on the right of the frame so the figure was looking into the shot.
Have a good w/e,
jhm (130642) 2011-12-03 1:27
You placed the statue excellent a little bit to the left side, this gives more space to the rightside for this panorama sight.
Also a nice panorama about the city in background.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice weekend,
lakshmip1949 (19110) 2011-12-03 13:54
A nice view of the town with the monument of Pavel Dybenko placed well at the left. The statue stands out well against the blue sky. The town across the canal looks charming. I like the atmosphere, colors and sharpness.
mkamionka (28031) 2011-12-04 4:25
very original composition with the interesting monument positioned asymmetrically well of the center of the frame. It allows us to enjoy the charming view of the town behind.
Very good idea and well done,
jlbrthnn (79791) 2011-12-05 4:04
I like the place of the statue in the photo. The landscape is interesting, and pleasant. The neatness is excellent on all the depth of the photo. Excellent work. Bravo.
Have a nice day
paololg (31448) 2011-12-05 6:33
Ciao dear Sergiy,
Unfortunately, in the West, these areas are known only for the Chernobyl disaster, so I'm glad to see this scene of quiet and peaceful life. The photo is composed in pleasant and interesting way, with excellent details on the statue of the Russian officer. The sharpness and the light are perfect, as always!
Ciao, have a nice Tuesday!
sacimar (25971) 2011-12-05 7:39
I like your composition with the statue on the left, the view is interesting as well as the monument, it seems a good place to relax, well seen,
pablominto (53744) 2011-12-06 23:13
It is my impression the old Soviet republics had a long tradition for erecting statues of their heroes..!
This is a well composed presentation of Pavel Dybenko, a man I never heard of before this moment...
And I notice you visited the place on a fine summer day..!
danyy (0) 2011-12-08 0:16
un cadrage bien pensé, la statue décentrée qui ne cache rien de tout ce qui est derrière, un ciel magnifique, souverain à qui tu as donné beaucoup d'importance.
Une très bonne profondeur.
fritzi007 (219) 2011-12-09 4:45
allso brauchte auch die Sowjetunion auch Helden, die Stadt hat sich Gott sei Dank von dem Unglück erholt!
batalay (33875) 2011-12-19 5:34
It's a lovely shot, but I have one suggestions, if you don't mind my meddling. In composing the shot, keep the statue to your right, so that Pavel is looking inward, rather than outward. That, of course, is a technique photography editors use in selecting photos for books and magazines.
jmdias (49671) 2012-01-12 6:20
very beautiful the compo with an excellent framing. I liked the way you positioned the statue and these details of the park and even the tower ahead. beautiful compo.
- Copyright: Sergiy Lushpenko (s_lush) (16128)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-08-18
- Categories: Architecture, Artwork
- Camera: SONY DSC-W200
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/400 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: Around Chernobyl
- Date Submitted: 2011-12-01 15:05