Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 16:11
Ciao Cara Lisa,
The colours are immediately attractive and draw attention to the spiky nature of the f/g grasses. The road makes a natural separation line for composition, whilst the mountain is strongly placed in the b/g
you have certainly portrayed the land as vast and inhospitable!
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 15:33
I changed my impression of the interactions of the people after reading your notes. My first impression was that the figure on the right was telling the group off! He seemed to have quite an aggressive pose.
I was much happier with your explanation, for you had seen the whole interaction. Sunnenly the outstretched arms were linking.
It's a sharp photograph for one so severely cropped.
I'm writing this on my mini iPad as my computer has broken down!
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 15:04
You have been very observant to see the possibility of this photograph.
The composition of the steplike wall leads effectively, diagonally, to the cross.
The bell is strongly placed and adds to a sense of depth.
My warm regards,
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 14:55
I really like this.
It shows what a most interesting photograph can be created by focussing in on a section of a feature that is iconic in its entirety. Your cropping and composition is exemplary.
Sadly my computer has just broken down so I am having to use my mini iPad!
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 14:40
Ciao Caro Luciano,
Your photograph reveals the beauty of this seaside location, whilst the details confirm your title, the end of summer. The empty loungers add a sense of loneliness.
Curiously, we have had a beautifully sunny, warm beginning taco October!
It has been better than summer!
I am writing this on my mini iPad! Sadly my computer has just broken down!
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 14:31
I'm sorry for this late response, my computer has failed and II can only use my iPad, which is quite difficult!
Your photograph looks very interesting.
I like how the verticals from the f/g railings is repeated in those attractive red uprights. The reflective feature is extremely eye-catching and brings a whole, different dimension to your photograph.
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 14:21
Oh, I have promised myself an opportunity to photograph this amazing wheel, ever since I saw it on a tv programme! I've still not got there! I'm so envious of you!
You have captured the wheel with great clarity. Your compilation really explains the usage of this unique feature for those who have not seen it.
Thank you for sharing it,
Royaldevon (33787) 2015-10-06 14:12
It looks as if you had lovely weather in Glasgow and the light does make a great difference to the mood of a photograph.
You have chosen a fine aspect, so that we are very effectively drawn into the scene, with a lot to appreciate when we get there!
I just love the shape of the museum, it reminds me of icicles!
The whole scene is very nicely balanced with the museum and the tall ship at opposing sides.
Lovely clarity throughout.
I have found this quite difficult as I am writing this on my iPad and cannot view the photograph at the same time as typing! Sadly my computer has broken down! Even Len can't fix it. It will have to go to the computer doctor. I hope I don't lose everything!
PaulVDV (24695) 2015-10-06 14:08
The more pictures you post of this mausoleum the better the weather becomes. For some reason I have missed the other photos when you posted them but now I've looked at all three. I especially like the first and the second one. They're really wonderful. The reflections of course play a major role.
Here you've added nicely some flowers on the foreground and the picture gets a splendid blue-green-red combination.
Very well composed and excellent sharpness.
So the man who is moving from country to country like no other here on TE, originally comes from the Polish heat pole. Being spoiled as a child, now you're punished to live in much less attractive climates :)
Best regards, Paul
PaulVDV (24695) 2015-10-06 11:10
The thin layer of fog doesn't obstruct the view of the impressive mountainside.
And nor does it prevent to express the wonderful colours of the water, the grass and the rorbuer.
Fantastic green-red contrast.
Best regards, Paul