batalay (39927) 2017-01-20 10:20
Bonjour Jean Claude,
Such a beautiful mirror-like water, producing two photographs for the price of one. Bare trees are so much more effective sometimes than full foliage, then would have obscured the architecture. Warm regards,
batalay (39927) 2017-01-20 10:13
For me, the most interesting aspect of the shot is the immense swings of tides the British Iles represent. This is clearly low tide, and I can see a man with either a child or a dog strolling along the beach, which in six hours will be under water. The man sunning could also be under water. I wonder what that red circular object is? Is that floating ring, a sign...
batalay (39927) 2017-01-20 3:54
A photo evocative of Venice and Brugge, but from Ulm. This is the city that Albert Einstein was born in, and it would be a pleasure to see it in person. I like the way you have integrated your name and date on the docks.
Warm regards, by friend,
batalay (39927) 2017-01-20 3:51
This is a perfect(ly unappetizing) and (un)appealing image of the matronly woman having a rich meal... sugar, sugar, and more sugar. Malgorzata had shared a photo from the exhibition, "Swimmers for Zwemmer." For a moment I thought this woman was from Positano, and here it turns out it's from my backyard.
gervaso (16489) 2017-01-20 2:09
Another great capture of these monkeys, this time with the focus on the little one and a great use of a shallow depth of field! Colors and sharpness are excellent! Wonderful portrait of them! Well done!
gervaso (16489) 2017-01-20 2:07
The idea of showing part of the city through its reflection on the water is great! I like the framing with the bridge being the only non reflected element, and the lonely person is perfectly positioned on the photo! Wonderful composition!
gervaso (16489) 2017-01-20 2:01
Very nice architecture of these houses, and the different colors make a very nice contrast with the rest of the scene, full of snow! The light is very good, which gives excellent texture to the snow! Wonderful composition!
gervaso (16489) 2017-01-20 1:57
Hoje em dia o que a gente mais vê é o pessoal tirando selfie, e é uma ideia interessante fotografar essas pessoas! Quando começou aquela febre de pokemon eu tava com vontade de sair com minha câmera só pra fotografar isso, mas acabei não saindo... Uma pena que eles até esquecem de ver a paisagem aí bonita em volta deles... Belo registro!
gervaso (16489) 2017-01-20 1:48
Lindas fachadas con colores fuertes, lo que le da a la imagen aun más belleza! Interesante el contraste entre el estilo de los balcones, me gusta especialmente el del fondo, con el tejado! Excelentes colores y nitidez! Excelente trabajo!
batalay (39927) 2017-01-19 20:59
There is an unusual and appealing coloration, perhaps because of fluorescent lights. I like the atmosphere very much in this "Canard and Champagne." It's interesting that the covered arcades are disappearing in Paris. There are a few in Istanbul inspired by those old covered arcades. In the United States we are bracing for the Inauguration tomorrow wondering whether common sense will ever return... here and in the rest of the world).
batalay (39927) 2017-01-19 14:52
This is the new normal. In a book I am writing I spoke about the 9.3 million tourists each year to the Mona Lisa. They go in, and take their places, in front of the painting. Then they turn their back to the painting and shoot "a selfie." It's a statement that they were there. These children are having a good time.
batalay (39927) 2017-01-19 14:25
The colors of spring... the early autumn colors along with the red tile roofs create a complementary scene. Presented as a panorama was a wise choice. The viewer of the photo "feels" the expression of being there.