CLODO (29316) 2014-09-20 12:07
Always with your pictures, you have a story to tell! Here, it's a common street view, with a person right in the middle asking why you are taking him in picture. We notice well the man because he is straight in the middle of the empty street and looking directly at you.
Now, if you remove that man (see the WS), you will notice only a street scene with many dress shops and some people walking, aminly the old man with a yellow hat. It shows the importance of the persons in a picture and the way they are taken.
Tue (26788) 2014-09-20 9:54
Beautiful view of the temple. The POV was really well chosen as the double curve of the flowers and the many small towers works so nicely on the left hand side. The light and colours are also very nice.
Tue (26788) 2014-09-20 9:49
Great view that nicely alternates between land and water. Water always makes it easier to identify the place you flew over whilst taking the picture. :-) Beautiful landscape, well composed!
Tue (26788) 2014-09-20 9:45
I think it was a good thing that you didn't notice the man when you took the photo, otherwise you'd probably been looking over your shoulder to see if he were following you for quite some time afterwards.. ;-) His expression and posture look pretty ominous. It's a very nice view along the streets with the many small shops. Well seen.
Tue (26788) 2014-09-20 9:40
Great view of the city. I like the vertical composition as it shows both the ancient theatre in the foreground, the roofs of the city behind it and the very blue sky. Nice colour contrast between the cold and warm colours in the back- and foreground respectively.
Tue (26788) 2014-09-20 9:31
This is interesting, it reminds me very much of the way Amsterdam has been promoting itself for the past few years with the large 'I Amsterdam'-letters in the heart of the city (http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Netherlands/South/Noord-Holland//photo1229119.htm). It's almost as though one of the two cities has nicked the idea from the other.. not incriminating either one here though! Good catch of the letters in a fine light and from a good POV. The architecture in the background looks good too.