alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 4:48
This is what you call an idyllic beach. Sunshine, a beautiful sand beach, a quit sea, palm trees for some shadow and not too many people.
You excellent panorama-picture shows it all to us.
Well done, TFS
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 4:30
Funny to see these advertisement of Amstel here in the middle of the street.
An unexpected red signal between all the other beautiful illuminations in this attractive picture. The workshop is a good addition.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 4:23
You illustrated your excellent not with this splendid picture. There are a great number of interesting details in the scene. I especially like the woman with the pink hat and her legs around the boy to protect him from falling into the water.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 4:15
The red Calder-sculpture is here beautifully situated between the dark skyscrapers. It is an inspiring piece of art and give the opportunity to take fascinating picture from all sides.
I like this composition with the red construction like a heart and the veins.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 4:06
Times Square is always fascinating day or night. The neon commercials, the traffic, the visitor all is extending and overwhelming. I hope you have a good time in the big apple. We will follow you this summer.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 3:23
Ik dacht al; dit straatje komt mij bekend voor. Maar welk van de vele steegjes dit is weet ik niet uit mijn blote hoofd, dus goed dat je het erbij hebt gezet. Karakteristiek voor deze steegjes zijn de stoeptuintjes zoals zo fraai op de foto te zien is. De gemeente moedigt dit ook aan. Na het afschaffen van de Haarlemse bloemenmeisjes geeft dit toch nog wat bloemetjes in de stad.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 2:55
Fascinating picture and note. You tell and show us an interesting story about our modern time that isn’t modern for everybody. I think the latest technology could give this man a walker instead of a walking stick. But then the picture wasn’t the same. Now it shows us a picture of all times.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 2:22
This is really a picture to study for some time and enjoy the beauty of it. Before I discovered the red cat I noticed the middle sign with “Vicolo d’arte” wasn’t horizontal like the others. For me it gave the image something frivolous. Then I saw that the cat has the same nose as Pulcinella.
It couldn’t be better.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 2:14
A lovely composition of the sky with a few clouds, the green of the sloping landscape with the white spots the houses as if they were sheep in the meadow and the dark shadow at the right side and the bottom of the picture.
I like it. TFS
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 2:09
A beautiful framed detail of the creative artwork of the blacksmith.
The rust is always a sign of bad conditions and neglected maintenance, but it also gives a fascinating color palette on the object.
Very attractive presentation. TFS
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:59
Marvelous interior shot of this Royal Palace in Naples.
It seems all gold that glitters here.
Great example of the Renaissance. We can see all the details thanks to your high quality in lighting and sharpness.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:58
How will this be in the evening when it is dark and the lamppost illuminates these lovely white flowers?
This is a lovely scene and you focused beautifully on the center by vignetting all around.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:47
I think it is easier to use a glass façade than a pool to make a picture of a reflection, but you succeeded beautifully with this simple but attractive composition.
Funny the contrast of the reflections in the two pools.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:42
Your picture of the morning “gai, frais et facile” cheers my up on a grey day like this. The weather forecast was dry, maybe some sunshine, but it is raining. So I’m looking at your beautiful picture and fantasize I will walk there.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:36
I like your POV and the composition with the two boys helping each other in front of the church.
I have a little doubt about the contrast of the picture. Maybe a little more would make the scene more pronounced. But this is of course also a matter of taste.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-25 1:23
How could we get more contrast on TE than our today-post next to each other.
Your amazing dunes with the tiny people climbing up these sand hills in Kazakhstan and my high tech reflecting glass facades. Only some clouds seems to be a certain connection.
I admire your marvellous picture. Also I live near the dunes, they are by far not so impressive as this one.
alvaraalto (10542) 2016-05-24 13:20
You gave a perfect explanation of our Koningsdag. I was in England that day so could enjoy the celebrations this year, but I must admit that I’m not a great royalist.
I also appreciate you discussion with Will and Gy about the girl. I think the explanation of here strange position is much easier. She is afraid that the soap-bubbles will spoil het delicious frites.
Excellent impressions of this day.
PS You know, Oranjegekte, voetbal and EK are forbidden words this summer in the Netherlands