worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-22 13:24
I like all the lines in this photo, and your crop and presentation make the scene really stand out. The tilt is great, and that small grate on the floor in the foreground adds even more lines to the mix. :-) The bulging shape of the railing and all the shadows are very attractive, and those people were sitting in just the right spot to make everything come together.
dekanski (2742) 2014-10-22 12:23
great idea, but the realization is not!
On all sides, as if something is missing! I believe that the width of the terrace is not allowed better, but the result is exactly like that as I say!
Note is, as always, great!
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-22 12:17
I like public art, and these sculptures are fun. :-) One man seems to be looking at the "children" with wonder, but the other isn't even paying attention to them. I like the different poses of the sculptures, and how real they seem.
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-22 12:15
Nice view with the lady in red. She's in the perfect spot with that older house beside her. The architecture, and that bit of blue paint on the window in the foreground, are nice, too. I agree with CLODO's WS on this one, but your original photo is also fine. :-)
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-22 12:12
What an impressive sight. It must have been very dark, but your long exposure is perfect. I personally like this view of Buddha; I have a small collection of Buddha statues at home. It's great that caves as old as these are so well-preserved. I like the columns and beamed ceiling, too.
dekanski (2742) 2014-10-22 6:06
I would hardly be able to photograph all the cities table with my name. Only in Serbia there are 4-5 places, with a name which is basically the same as my name:
Aleksandrovac, Aleksandrovo, Aleksinac, Aleksinački Rudnici....
CLODO (29740) 2014-10-22 0:04
This is THE TE influence! 100% in accordance with your monologue!
The girl stands out because she wears a red cloth, contrasting well with the surroundings, she is at a strong point of the picture, the white wall is a perspective leading to her and we see her face.
But you continue your way to discover a the white back of a man half hidden. If you remove it (cloning), then our eye remains and the lady (see the WS).
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-21 16:37
Interesting bit of cityscape from Detroit. The towers are impressive, but I wonder how the retailers have been doing since Detroit has been in decline. It's cool that you could take this photo from a different country, and it's still so sharp and close. :-) It must be interesting to drive between Detroit and Windsor, since it's the only Canadian city that's actually south of an American one.
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-21 15:59
What a beautiful reflection! I like how it appears between the small stones. The colors are strong and those flowers are really lovely, too. The warm sunlight makes this scene even more special. Very nice! :-)
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-21 15:44
I just posted an urban art photo, and then I found yours. :-) I like the way you filled the entire frame with this colorful mural, and then captured the two women walking by. It's all very stylish, well-seen and well-presented.
worldcitizen (6649) 2014-10-21 11:43
Hello there Gunk,
I like this funky wide-angle view of the Kremlin. The gold domes are beautiful, and those two people are in the perfect spot in front of that big door. The textures on the ground are also interesting. Have a good one! :-)