lousat (72403) 2014-08-28 4:22
Hi Zbigniew,i like a lot pics like that,caught in the hearts of arab medina and showing us people and daily life,a perfect capture made in a very professional exposure,nice contrast on the left between the clothes of old and young men,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
PaulVDV (20477) 2014-08-27 22:25
Het rood-witte contrast op de gevels komt hier heel goed tot uiting.
Prachtige en scherpe voorstelling van de mooie architectuur.
Er is iets dat ik de laatste tijd wel wat vreemd vind. Heel mijn leven heb ik over beide wereldoorlogen gehoord. Over de eerste (de 'grote' werd die indertijd genoemd) vooral van mijn grootouders. Maar recent heeft men het veel over de wreedheden van het Duitse leger tegenover de burgers, o.a. in Leuven zoals je hier omschrijft. Maar ook in andere steden als Aarschot, Dinant, enz.
Ik kan me niet herinneren dat hierop vroeger zulke klemtoon gelegd werd als tegenwoordig bij de herdenkingen en daarbij vraag ik me af waarom had men het daar vroeger niet over ... Of laat mijn geheugen me zodanig in de steek ?
Vele groeten, Paul
Waylim (25072) 2014-08-27 21:34
This is beautiful nature image, no monumental landscape, just very pure and simple woodland, a place to stroll and to relax and be in nature. I can almost here the sound of the stream trickling through the forest. Lovely light and a very pleasant day.
Waylim (25072) 2014-08-27 21:32
very unique and strange looking architectures. and a relative strange place for lounging as well. First I thought it was sandy beach, but it is all stone. Anyway, the relaxing mood is very clear to see and a good quality photo.
Waylim (25072) 2014-08-27 21:25
Another excellent shot with a slow shutter speed to capture the blue hour mood and light, the sheeps add nicely to the composition and some the blur one show motion and liveliness. I would have like that the fence is not that but that is me being picky.
Waylim (25072) 2014-08-27 21:23
Beautiful sunset image, the windmill served as an icon for your country but the light piecing through the clouds make the image very special and it is a matter of being at the right place and also a good photography skill to capture that moment. Excellent quality and beautiful mood and atmosphere.
Congratulations. A really good shot that is worth much more attention.
batalay (34761) 2014-08-27 15:14
Thank you for this sobering photograph and essay. I like the drama of the B&W format for story as somber. Incidentally, you can make the links that you've cited live, so that they open up when you click on them. Thus More than 100,000 elephants..., Poachers can drive... and Save the elephants....
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batalay (34761) 2014-08-27 14:56
Dear Miss Christie,
There is little doubt they rushed off having sensed danger. Why would anyone abandon a glass of wine half full... or half empty. I like the perspective you've chosen, revealing transparent, translucent and opaque objects all in one frame. And of the course, the frame is gun metal gray in color, around the photograph tastefully placed in a double mat. The sunlight diffracting off the rim of the glass has cast a lovely halo over the shadow of the wine glass.
mesutilgim (80100) 2014-08-27 12:24
Selam Engin kardeşim,
Sümela'dan güzel bir kare.
Altmışlı senelerde buraya eşek sırtında tırmandığım ve de kilisede uyku tulumu içinde geçirdiğim geceyi anımsattı bana.
Yanılmıyorsam bu karenin çekildiği gün ya da bir gün sonrası Patrik de burada bir ayin yönetti.
Selam ve sevgiler