View from the Hagia Sophia to thE Blue Mosque in a rainny fog day.
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baba_flies (8829) 2009-06-28 5:32
Hello Flavia! This is a different view over to this famous mosque. I really do like it, it gives us an idea without showing too much, keeping us curious, wanting to know more (okay, got me, I have seen it before, actually been there myself). Nice the rounds of the roofs, going well with the squares we see through, very special, very modern. Excellent work. Best regards, Barbara.
thor68 (5586) 2009-06-28 7:28
excellent artistic capture! :-) love the unique "framing" giving us a nice view or better just a hint
of a view of the wonderful Blue Mosque, wanting us to see more. well done & best wishes, thor.
yedirenk (11244) 2009-06-28 8:15
a great shot with very special framed and graphical effect.very impressive composition,nice idea.well done.TFS
Bartleby (13532) 2009-06-28 11:22
very good idea...I tried this when I was there but couldn't get such an interesting result...Well done. Love the frame-in-the-frame idea.
jwmunro (286) 2009-06-28 13:44
Hello Flavia -
This is interesting framing - it is good to see people are trying different things to portray the world. The B&W conversion works well, but I wish the sky had a little texture to it as it is the only portion of the conversion that is a negative. I do like! Well done!
Thank you for sharing.
lucasgalodoido (21051) 2009-06-28 19:29
ficou interessante essa moldura aqui, parece uma visão escondida. Parece uma bonita contrução também.
Parabéns e Abraço
dareco (17134) 2009-06-29 0:28
Fantastic composition!! It is very artistic and beautiful work. TFS
marietom (34607) 2009-06-29 13:39
c'est très original, j'aime beaucoup cette composition.
bostankorkulugu (42018) 2009-06-29 21:23
quite an original one... a modern interpretation of both hagia sophia and the blue mosque... loved it flavia...
azizbilgili (2111) 2009-06-30 0:24
A great shot with very special framed and graphical effect...
celmaleite (4974) 2009-06-30 8:17
Gosto muito das molduras e essa em Preto&Branco ficou um primor. Dentro do quadro uma arquitetura bem imponente e interessante. Parabéns, abraço
Bluejeans (64247) 2009-07-03 5:42
Ola Flavia ,
Linda esta tua composição , uma bela maneira de ver esta sinagoga em Istambul , boa opção pelo preto e branco , bons detalhes, parabéns!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
bakes888 (18499) 2009-07-05 0:43
Hi Flavia. Unusual and very eye catching. Great composition and well chosen POV. Nice work and thanks for sharing.
Have a good Sunday, Paul.
Cretense (68687) 2009-07-06 12:21
Excellent framing, fantastic "frame in a frame" photo, great idea and realisation! great light managment and perfect choice of b&w! Congratulations!
jmcl (14535) 2009-07-17 11:39
I find this striking .. the profound and powerful place viewed out of a window that feels that it could be any mundane and ordinary window anywhere .. abrupt and effective superimposition amplified by the contrast of dark and light .. very nice. take care,
chriswhitley (2027) 2012-09-09 8:28
Hello Flavia. Well presented shot of this iconic landmark. Something just a little different. Chris
- Copyright: Flavia J Soares (Flavia) (10352)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2009-03-00
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Cannon EOS 30D, Canon EF 18-55mm
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Janela da Alma (Windows of the soul) [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2009-06-28 5:11