ktanska (24950) 2015-03-05 6:05
While heat distortion unavoidably makes this less sharp, I find this very interesting one. B-2 is of course very special, and the city in background gives a good idea of surroundings. I guess the one on the ground is KC-135? One of those just visited Finland, although the reason was not informed, and stop was short.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-04 11:47
The only reason for this place is not world famous is that it is so far from Europe or USA. The colours are unbelieveable! And I don't think I have seen this before enven in TE. Also colour of the sky is very saturated.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-04 11:40
Architecture of that station is quite funny actually. Like a pile of blocks of different sizes. Blue hour goes well with station lights and motion blur is stunning. People over there seem to be frozen compared to that.
I also like the thin layer of snow on the pavement stones.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-04 11:31
That is great looking ceiling! And architecture of this place with round opening upwards kind of reminds of an observatory. Well chosen viewpoint to for showing architectural details of this interior.
Congratulations on your 3002th!
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-04 10:39
Always nice to see aircraft pictures here in TE. Current paint scheme of American Airlines looks great though the belly does not have colours. I'm a bit surprised of grainyness of the sky, I don't think high ISO was needed on this light. That's Boeing 767-300.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-03 10:00
Beautiful beach view which is especially nice to see on a cloudy March day. Well framed with the horizon off centre. Clear colours of sky blue, sea green and sand tones. Waves add highlights and feeling of motion to otherwise static scene.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-03 9:42
Truely amazing landscape. It would be great to see this in 3D, as strength of different layers of those diminishes in flat view. Still it is wonderful and the point where the path goes through the tunnel is special.
ktanska (24950) 2015-03-03 9:38
I visited Swakopmund back in 1998, but have pretty much forgotten such magnificient buildings. Very richly detailed, and indeed German. Certainly makes me wonder how the life was in the harbour town of Swakopmund those days.