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AKIN (191) 2010-06-18 23:11
ilginç bir doku
buna benzerleri türkiyede de var
jhm (148724) 2010-06-18 23:51
Great view on the a lot fassades and the big city.
This is real a specially image with all the windows, clothing, real an colored image.
We see the clothing to the hang at the balconies, typical for these countries.
Perspective and depth are nice for look at.
Composition and presentation are very well. TFS.
TRB (14026) 2010-06-19 2:14
Dokusu ve çarpık yerleşimi ile çok ilginç.
Bakış açısı ve ışığı ile çok başarılı bir sunum.
Tebrikler, iyi hafta sonları
Cretense (68701) 2010-06-19 2:48
Very impressive photo, very impressive urban landscape! Great framing and composition, excellent perspective "compression"! Great light management and colours!
ymrk (15051) 2010-06-19 8:57
çok güzel fotoğraf kesinlikle...binalar çok güzel doku oluşturmuş.
resat1972 (7510) 2010-06-19 10:40
bulmuşun burdada çamaşırları
mkamionka (34593) 2010-06-19 13:30
very interesting composition, I like the crowd of the houses next to each other. I would not like to live there but it is very photogenic.
Nice capture, TFS
npecanhuk (73492) 2010-06-19 14:40
Very nice, interesting and meaningful as to show a part of urban Lebanon to all of us here at TE!
Sharpness, exposure, pov, colors, pp, contrasts, horizontal format, black & white borders and composition are all very good features here!
TFS - congratulations!
Ola_Kwiatek (0) 2010-06-20 13:28
Fantastic cityscape of Tartus. Excellent POV and composition. Fine frame. A lot of houses and windows. Good contrast.
sadek (50) 2011-06-18 2:09
Nice photo. But I have to say that this is from the city of Tripoli and not Nabatiye. Furthermore, there is no "Tartus" in Nabatiye or anywhere else in Lebanon. Tartus is actually a city in northeast of Syria, which is by the way not far from Tripoli.
It seems that you've mixed up your geography of the middle-east :)
serp2000 (43106) 2013-11-04 3:07
Hello, my dear friend!
I hope your are OK. Glad to see your archive photos. What can I say?... Impressive compression... I think they have got usual daily life communication as the water and canalisation, for example?