Gigidusud (18065) 2015-08-29 13:24
Splendide ce marché coloré. Un POV bien choisi avec de beaux détails comme le vélo et la vieille balance en rappel de rouge. Bien vu!
PS: Je t'ai envoyé un e-mail par le biais de TE au sujet de mon voyage mais je ne sais pas si cela a fonctionné.
Gigidusud (18065) 2015-08-29 13:04
Excellent cadrage sur les toits du village avec le clocher qui domine. Très jolis les murs de pierre et les pavés en premier plan. Une bonne gestion de la lumière malgré le contre jour. Bravo!
Bon weekend mon ami.
tyro (22162) 2015-08-29 9:40
Squinch, squinch, squinch - what a lovely word, isn't it? Just rolls off the tongue and it's one of those delightful words and which, if you'd never heard it before, you certainly wouldn't have a clue what it meant! I must remember that one! Something with which to astound my friends.
I guess a squinch is a bit like a fancy corbel or an arched corbel or bracket and we see two or three in that rather complex corner above and to the left of the archway. And we also see a couple of rather nice grotesques carved in the stonework of the upper squinch.
Anyway, I suppose that this is a photographic site an not an architectural one, so I'd better comment on your picture! The soft light here (it looks like it was probably a pretty dull day) has helped a lot in bringing out the lovely rich colours of the old stonework and its lovely textures. Isn't it strange that dull soft light and horrid wet days do seem to enhance and enrich colours? Quite the opposite of what you'd imagine, but they do.
A fine composition and I like the inclusion of the two ladies who lead the eye through that archway to the greenery beyond.
Perfect exposure and exquisite details and sharpness.