delpeoples (58804) 2016-10-23 18:56
I think the photo is not bad and it is often the photos that aren't classically pretty that are far more interesting and in-line with the objectives of Trekearth. As this one is. I'm fascinated by this collaboration between artists and also the location of it. The juxtaposition of ancient architecture and modern, edgy art is really intriguing and very eye-catching. For this reason I'm so glad you included the street and facades of the buildings along it. Beautiful bright colours and again, with all the traffic, a real sense of dynamism in a lively city.
Thanks for sharing, have a great day
ChrisJ (116078) 2016-10-23 15:19
It reminds me a little of the Jeju Island volcano at Seongsan Ilchulbong: http://icatse.org/icsn/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/2011111200895_4.jpg
Or Tangkuban Perahu in West Java which had a 'please evacuate immediately in the event of poison gas emissions from the crater'. Good close up of the infamous caldera. Tfs!
daddo (27010) 2016-10-23 14:52
Thanks for the image and the note. i heard so much about the bura from my father who used to drive the ambulance from Zadar to the villages in Vesebit and he told me about the power of the wind. Now I know why it happens. Great shot.Klaudio.
daddo (27010) 2016-10-23 3:28
Salut Nicole. La prochaine double figure sera 22- une autre myriade de photos fidèles à l'esprit de la Bretagne. J'aime la composition dans cette image avec la forte présence de la mer, le vieux bateau au centre et les bâtiments charmants comme toile de fond. Amicalement. Klaudio.
macondo (19670) 2016-10-23 0:28
Quite a bird series you have going. Sharpness is impeccable, and the bird seems blissfully unaware of your presence. Perhaps you obtained that extra long lens? The bird and flower stand out superbly against the 'bokeh', as they call it.
macondo (19670) 2016-10-23 0:12
Wonderfully sharp picture of the little birdy. What lens were you using to get so close? The blurry twigs only enhance the sense of our 'spying' on the bird in its natural habitat. You do realise we will push ourselves to the edge of extinction, or even further, before we wipe out most of creation.
macondo (19670) 2016-10-23 0:03
Glad to see you made it back to urban life. I had a gander at your blog two or three times. You didn't lose any of your photographic skills. What a wave that is, and how flat the water in its path on the left. The boys fishing seem quite unconcerned about the power and nearness of the wave. A terrific capture, not least because of the pale sky with its strips of cloud.