lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 2:38
Ciao Carlo,forse un po' troppo spazio al cielo o forse c'era sotto qualcosa da censurare,comunque una bella cartolina,stavolta i dettagli non sono il top,comunque un post intressante,eccellenti i colori. Buona giornata,Luciano
lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 2:29
Hi Steph,lovely capture of this old facade of this abandoned house,but the flowers of bouganvillaea are still wonderful..ehehe...a colorful composition in an excellent vertical cut,it's a pity that the pic is overexposed in some parts,especially on the top. Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 1:53
Ciao Cricri,je pense que tu as capture' ce taxi depuis un autre taxi en regardant les couleurs un peu froids de la composition,vraiment une belle idee',simmetrie parfaite et details impressionants,bien fait..mais je ne veu pas savoir combien ils coutent..eehehe..belle journee' et merci,Luciano
lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 1:50
Hi Sasha,magnificent capture of the start of srpingtime with the typical white trees between the fresh green of the others. Not a common pic like the red autumns that we are usually watch there,a very sharp composition despite the difficult light. Have a nice day and thanks,luciano
lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 1:49
Hi Bev,very curious band,in effect they seems very tired after the performance..ehhee..a different pic from Germany,i like a lot your choice a bit funny,and the very rich background made by the beautiful facades of this city. Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
lousat (97605) 2017-03-29 1:46
Hi Gert,new page of your small talking serie,this time very rich in front of the mosque,and with a photographer too,like in mine,but he's taking the girl and not the church..ehhee..beautiful and rich composition while the WS is completely dedicated to the woman pray without men,well done! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 20:44
What a vantage point you had to capture some of the defining properties of Luxemburg — castles, bridges, and steep slopes through which the rivers flow. I like your note. The old Hotel de la Poste is on my list, thank you.
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 20:36
It's an unusual scene with the boat that is part of the floating market. The barrel-shaped cover certainly maximizes the space inside. I wonder what they were selling. The flag is puzzling. Could the boat be the "stall" for Greek goods? This is the first time we've been neighbors on Trekearth.
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 17:37
In this photo of the Cathedral of Uppsala, you've accentuated the height by using a wide angle lens and emphasized three-point perspective. Although you took this with backlit you avoided stark contrasts in light and shadow, producing an exceptional degree of light management.
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 17:02
The photo is first-rate... as usual, and so is your engaging note. The colors of the costumes and vegetable against the monotonic color of the ground.
You should do an Excel sheet, rating sites from 1-5 according to 1) difficulty of access, 2) natural beauty, 3) accessibility of edible food, 4) being badgered by beggars, sellers... 5) level of danger from animals, 6) level of danger from heights and widths, 7) level of danger from criminals... and a myriad other unforeseen issues. Maybe 2) should be from 1-10.
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 15:17
What an entertaining photo with a suitable title. Clearly, you and your lens charmed these fellows. Did you happen to wonder to the Einstein Haus in Basel where he enjoyed his (first) Annus Mirabilis in 1905, formulating the photoelectric effect theory, Brownian Motion, and the Special Theory of Relativity? The second one came in 1915 in Berlin when he formulated the General Theory of Relativity.
lousat (97605) 2017-03-28 14:13
Salut Philippe,une parmi tes meilleurs photos! La petite eglise est vraiment jolie,une capture interessante de cet example de architechture,et aussi le moment a ete' parfait avec la meilleure lumiere,merci de nous montrer ces petits secrets depuis la France inconnue ou presque. Belle journee' et merci,Luciano
batalay (40405) 2017-03-28 14:11
I love the skyline of Havana, a living museum of 500 years. We normally see beaches. There is a cobalt blue occurring as highlights throughout the scene. I wonder if some of them are warm water containers, heated by solar panels.
lousat (97605) 2017-03-28 14:11
Hi Malgo,the most interesting pic for me is the 2nd WS showing us this collection of chairs made in different design and styles. The main pic is well done but this architechture is terrible..ehehe..but no problem,this is world too and every thing is interesting,like every country for a trip...have a good night and thanks,Luciano