ikeharel (74733) 2016-12-04 21:27
Beautiful sight of the pool in a stunning blue tone, Luis.
Nicely added the palm-tree branches from above as a silhouette, and the view towards the beach.
Must had been a dark morning and not many people at the pool-side.
Have a nice new day,
ikeharel (74733) 2016-12-04 21:23
This was the beginning of winter in the southern-hemisphere, Wolfgang, but looks as a storm came above this beautiful beach.
The lone figure of the man jogging, added much life to the empty beach.
Have a nice new week,
abmdsudi (56298) 2016-12-04 18:52
Overwhelming feast of street colours beautifully warm and inviting us just to peek thru' depicting a slice of life. I love the expressions of the sad looking men
as central focal of interest as compared to lord Ganesha - one of the commonest mnemonics for anything associated with Hinduism, who somehow looks rather cool pleased with himself. This also shows how popular and pervasive this deity is in the minds of the masses there. Interesting shot, Congrats
abmdsudi (56298) 2016-12-04 18:13
A view supported by your excellent narratives that echoes the wonderful old castle well illuminated in warm light, brill colours, superb detail and full of vigour. Impressive the way that you have included some extra lively features on the fore and mid grounds to lend the extra visual interest. A compelling historic shot expertly taken, Congrats
abmdsudi (56298) 2016-12-04 17:37
Definitely a "worth a thousand words" picture that you have managed to capture. They are amazing porters who struggle to earn and for one we can admire their strength, ingenuity and skill, and also the number of times these peoples must have passed this way. The way they are bending forward tells a whole story...
It makes you feel so sad to look, a frame can lead us in understanding the world and yours does a good job in helping us understand. An emotive well-timed image and great humanity subject. Thank you for sharing your excellent supportinfg notes, Congrats
saxo042 (37908) 2016-12-04 11:12
Extrabilderna med juterullarna får mig osökt att tänka på all juteväv och jutefilt som vi använde på Forshaga. Jag förmodar att dessa rullar luktade likadant. F.ö. fina och intressanta bilder.
saxo042 (37908) 2016-12-04 11:06
Det är faktiskt imponderable att du har så otroligt många bilder att lägga ut på TE, över 1000 "reguljära" foton och förmodligen lika många workshops. När tar bilderna slut? Som vanligt en intressant bild men jag tror att jag själv hade valt bilden med flickorna som huvudbild.