Another view of the Wat Yan Sangwanaram temples that are nestled and sightly hidden along the shore.
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macjake (55562) 2010-09-26 5:03
interesting composition with the tall cliff standing inbetween the two temples...a very smart backdrop.
this place truly does seem to be tranquil and peaceful.
asajernigan (21132) 2010-09-26 5:19
This is a nicely composed shot showing us the two temples. The trees provide good framing for the shot. The rock formation is perfectly framed by the temples. The lighting and colors are great and the photo has nice sharpness.
cornejo (30664) 2010-09-26 5:28
Greeting Steve, pretty photo, very good photo. Good work. Congratulation.
hyasar (7769) 2010-09-27 0:41
good capture. nice framing with trees on both right and left sides.
Longroute (19394) 2010-09-28 1:41
One better than the other!
I'm really stunned by the quality and beauty of this photo: the sharpness is excellent and so are the colours. I can see that digital sensors are getting near the old good slides... but of course you found the ideal light here and you managed it masterfully: both lit areas and the shades are perfectly readable and exposed and the result is an image very realistic and tridimensional. The composition is simply perfect (sorry but superlatives are appropriates here) with that lovely rocky hill just in between the two temples, the boy at the stairs and the trees framing the scene. A photo I can't keep my eyes off it!
Best compliments and TFS,
ManuMay (34447) 2010-09-29 9:57
Very beautiful capture!
Great play of light and colours for this beautiful place, relaxing and quiet....I wish to be there!!
Very good evening light!!
Have a nice day...
- Copyright: Steve Saba (stevesaba) (8135)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-09-21
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 400D (Rebel XTI), Canon EF 24-70mm F/2.8L-USM, RAW, Hoya Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/6.0, 1/80 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2010-09-26 4:44