emka (98706) 2016-08-24 23:55
Hello Rob, I see that you were fascinated by the New York bridges. Fantastic composition of this iron construction. Well worth looking up too. Interesting series, I am looking forward to seeing other pictures.
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emka (98706) 2016-08-24 23:43
Hello Gyorgy, Nothing special is now very popular kind of the picture and also the name for it. Charming composition with this narrow street and the stairs to the castle. Perfect cut, excellent vertical lines. Nice ns colours and these red signs look also attractive. Two bikers are here important and were you not afraid of them going straight on you? Workshop is also beautiful.
Bratislava is lovely city, much less visited than Prague but I liked it .
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emka (98706) 2016-08-24 23:38
Nice colourful boat that contrasts beautifully with the other white ones. And you well noticed, with imagination we can see the mouth and eyes, but where is a nose? Lovely view of the bay. Very pleasant picture in excellent colours.
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emka (98706) 2016-08-24 23:33
Nice view from the fruit and vegetable market. Looks like a market near my house. Cherries, strawberries, green peas, peppers, all looks fresh and tasty. I do not know or recognize these soul plums. We have also raspberries, currants in three colours and gooseberries that I do not see here.
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gervaso (14183) 2016-08-24 18:57
This time of the day is perfect for different and beautiful photos like this one, with excellent light showing the street with very nice perspective! The decoration is very interesting, probably for an event in the city! I believe it was really worth getting up so early, right? Wonderful composition!
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 18:42
The splash of colors against a lush green Irish landscape, the ruins of medieval buildings as a backdrop... this is a wonderfully eye-catching shot. I thought for a moment that you were running backward while focusing on the phalanx of runners. Your note is engaging, but in America, these men might be considered on the slim side.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 18:36
A vertical format works well here, accentuating the verticality of the scene. I can imagine how daunting a task it would have been to lay siege here, Macbeth ordering his troops to charge ahead. Excellent shot.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 18:33
The countryside is selectively bathed in sunlight, suggesting a giant brush at work. It's a beautiful shot.
As for the slope, is that 4:1 or 1:4. The former corresponds to 75° and the latter to 14°.
Warm regards, Bev,
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 18:11
This is a spectacular capture of the light and colors of Thessaloniki's harbor. Moreover, like a weather report, you've posted the photo the day you took it, revealing the local weather. The city is where my grandfather, and his buddy Ataturk, were both born in 1881. I visited Ataturk's home in 2006, and also the mound grave of Philip of Macedon. The Turkish name for the city Selanik.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:45
What a classic scene, with the small chapel in the foreground the rolling valleys and hills, and in the distant the magnificent mountain. The yellow flowers add highlight color to the overwhelmingly lush green scene.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:42
The old relic is a good reminder of the hard life of our ancestors, but, of course, they felt the same way about their ancestors with horses and oxen pulling plows. There is good contrast here between a newer model with the massive treaded tires in distinction to this solid wheel model.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:38
You captured the harbor of Poros with all its majesty both here and in the larger version. As the end of summer approaches, we are going to miss the warm weather, but Poros will retain its appeal. Excellent note as always.
Warm regards, my friend,
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:35
I have seen the exterior of the Church of the Resurrection, but this is the first time I am seeing a photo of the magnificent mosaics of in the interior. It's a difficult shot, but a successful one.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:30
You have many newer photographs but I like best this iconic scene with sheep in the foreground, a veritable classic. Unfortunately, I have never visited Mont Saint Michel but hope very much to see this scene in person. Perfect!
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 17:27
The photo and the note are perfect. I like being introduced to something new, and Piazza Gae Aulenti is new for me. But what I like best is the Rosetta Stone like note in English and Italian that I can use to improve my broken Italian.
batalay (38911) 2016-08-24 16:47
Like Gert, I had not heard of Ripolin before, but the circumstance of the photo, the composition is amusing and endearing. I suspect that is the mother along with two daughters, or a mother along with a daughter and her friend.