Porteplume (3470) 2017-02-03 23:36
As I already said before ;) .... You are the Master of Blue Hour!
I like this photo very much, there is something with the light that is very much impressive... A moody atmosphere combined with bright colours and a great depth in the composition. Difficult to explain but it is definitely a very attractive view! Well done!
Porteplume (3470) 2017-01-15 1:50
Welcome on TrekEarth Robert!
I very much like the point of view, but, strange enough, it makes me difficult to imagine if you were taking the picture from a much higher point, maybe another building?
The colours are bright and the image very crisp.
Thank you for sharing and don't hesitate to start a forum discussion if you loose your way on TE sometimes... ;)
Amicalement - Viviane
Porteplume (3470) 2017-01-14 3:27
It is very nice indeed to see that you are also a TE member... I think I should take more time to check your photo gallery.
This one is a quite interesting shot, without reading the note I had to guess what was the very tightly framed subject... :)
Thank for sharing and hoping to see more of your work in the future!
Porteplume (3470) 2016-11-23 3:23
What Noël just said about your photo is exactly what I had in mind! But his English is a lot better than mine...
It is indeed an extraordinary and very atmospheric photo, thank you for posting such wonderful work!
Porteplume (3470) 2016-11-12 23:48
I absolutely love the magical atmosphere of this photo, even bad weather can't change a thing of the beauty of the Quiraing. When travelling there, a couple of years ago, I found the same feeling back as I had before in Norway, in the mountains of Jotuheim...
As for this photo, if I had to be a little picky, I would have framed it a little higher at the bottom and cutting off the road, but even though... Just beautiful!
Porteplume (3470) 2016-09-18 23:26
Howmuch dramatic do you want?
Really atmospheric image, brings you back to the time it has been constructed. You can see it, you can feel it too... Through the clouds, with that splendid light, the gods are watching down...
It is so interesting to see how Mike's, Bev's and your view of the same place has been translated in B&W.
Porteplume (3470) 2016-09-18 10:00
Such a nice warm light on their sweet smiling face... I was wondering why you choose for such a tight framing? But even though... it is a very lovely moment you caught here, the naughty glance is priceless! 😀
Porteplume (3470) 2016-09-15 7:55
So you have enjoyed Bretagne on its best! With a great sunny weather... 😀
Lovely view over the river Odet, it really is a summer picture and makes me wanting to go again... (Next week to Aquitaine) I am sure Len & you had a great holiday and brought back many French "sweets" like Caramel au beurre salé maybe? ;) ... We know Len!
Bien amicalement - Viviane
Porteplume (3470) 2016-09-12 1:44
So you have made your dream coming out... :)(http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/United_Kingdom/Scotland/Highland/Staffin/photo1421259.htm)
Yes, the Old Man is still there and he will stay for centuries just for pleasing the ones making the walk! Thank you for giving me back my memories of Isle of Skye!
I especially like your B&W workshop, so moody... You can expect to see the little gnomes any moments!
Porteplume (3470) 2016-09-05 7:52
This is a really wonderful photo!
I like the tight framing around the two persons and the frozen moment of them doing their work... I especially admire how you got the light on the muscles on the back and arms of the righter person.
And, of course, the black & white management is absolutely well achieved!
Porteplume (3470) 2016-08-31 12:34
Bonjour Guillaume Nelson!
Here is a wonderful and well balanced composition! The cool blue water sooooo quiet, it looks like frozen... Such a great contrast with the soft warm tones due to the rising sun.
Cool against warm, in fact this image will stay in my mind as symbol for Cumbria, the ever changing landscapes, the ever changing weather!
It was the beginning of a great day! Thank you again for having been such a great company!