alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 14:33
I’ve visited some famous gardens in Kent and Sussex. The English gardens are deservedly world famous for they are beautiful. Not always it is possible to take such a beautiful overview like this sunny picture of you.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 14:28
This beautiful picture had immediately my attention for one of the pictures in my series “maybe soon an upload for TE” is of a shopping centre in Toronto and there is some equality in your picture and mine. Especially the roof construction gives the same atmosphere.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 14:21
I remember Afghanistan was in that time very popular by young people. Many youngsters made a long trip around the world before or during their study. Much changes since then and Afghanistan is nowadays for much less positive issues in the news.
Lovely picture from more happy (analogue) times. – great quality.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 14:13
I know some more places in England with a crescent architecture form. In fact I rented a few years ago an apartment on the Wellington Crescent in Ramsgate for some week.
Mostly offers the crescent interesting architecture and here in Buxton certainly. Often not so easy to make a good picture of it, but you definitely succeeded.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 14:03
This is really a picture that makes me jealous. This is of great beauty but you must be lucky the see it on the right moment and of course be an excellent photographer to notice that this is an unique opportunity for a superb picture.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:58
The Icelandic writer Halldor Laxness is one of my favourite writers. His novels tells about the life on Iceland and its rich traditions and sagas. Your beautiful picture could be an excellent illustration for his books.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:53
I know that there are more boat-lifts in Great Britain with fascinating and surprising architecture.
I think this is also an unique one and a great opportunity for talented photographers looking for some unexpected compositions.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:42
I should say: Only the water of the fountain is missing. All other element for a great presentation are present.
An interesting building, some flowers, sunny weather and a groups of kids in uniform.
Thank you for this lovely contribution.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:36
I picture with a lot of stories in it.
At first the lamppost – with the little mysterious note on it, but also the reflection in the shop-window with the building and boats and then the shop-window – What are they selling.
Excellent, intriguing picture.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:29
I know Bergen of the town where it almost always rains. I think snow is a preferable alternative.
Hurtigruten in winter is a fascinating idea.
I like this picture with the winter atmosphere very much.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:24
Congratulation with your 8th TE-anniversary. Reading your note I could copy some parts of it. For me 9 years and also inactive for quit some years and now again active again and I must say enjoying it.
Great landscape with extra depth by the shadow in the foreground. Excellent choice.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-29 13:15
Last week in the “Gemeente Museum” in The Hague a highly recommended exhibition of Marc Rothko’s paintings is opened.
Looking at the thumbnail of your lovely window-composition I immediately though of the work of these fascinating painter.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-28 15:03
I learned at school, long time ago, of the Tatra Mountains, but thinking of Poland I never have the idea of these beautiful rocky mountains.
This must be a lovely region to hike and of course to take pictures.
alvaraalto (5989) 2014-09-28 14:43
At first sight I thought you showed us a lovely green impression of a labyrinth or even a golf court.
You choice an excellent POV for the picture of this historical place.