worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-28 10:22
I really like the way you used the cave as a natural frame for the bay. The contrast between light and dark is great, and the lighting was handled perfectly. This is a lovely nature scene.
CLODO (34096) 2016-06-27 2:13
It will be again an isolated island, and maybe part of an island if Scotland gets the EU approval, so they need some vessels! I am devastated for my family living in Manchester, and also angry about the politicians and the time they spend now to leave. The winner had no plan, I think they are going to have some hard years, and that this mistake (inmy opinion) will open the eyes of the countries which would like to leave the EU too.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-22 17:57
This photo reminds me of my wonderful trip to Milano many years ago. Of course the Duomo is a highlight of a visit to this lovely city. I like that you included the statue on the left, and there is a nice blue sky, too.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-22 17:55
Astana is definitely a unique city. The colors in this photo make it look even more surreal. I like the symmetry of these two metallic buildings, with the blue dome in between them. What an interesting sky, too. Do the actual residents of Astana like the look of their city, or do they think it's a bit quirky? P.S. Congrats on 2500 TE photos...wow! :-)
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-22 17:48
What beautiful grandeur. It transports me to another time. I like your POV looking up, and the gold and red colors are so rich. It is amazing to be able to sit in the same room where so many great composers performed their masterpieces. Too bad about Caruso, though!
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-22 17:44
This is a great frame full of architecture. I like all the different colors, and the way the buildings move upwards. The small balconies and arched windows in the foreground are also lovely, and add another style to the composition. Very nice. :-)
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-21 16:42
This is a fun way to show some architecture, and some lovely colors, too. It's a more surreal view from Napoli, and one that's original. If we really look around, we can use almost anything to create our photos. :-)
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-21 16:37
The reflections in this clear and calm water are very nice. What I like the most is the green color. We know that the green field exists, but we only see it in the water, and not for real. The same is true for the red house, which we see as a reflection only.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-20 16:55
Great capture of this arch and the blue sky above it. It resembles a landscape we might see in the western US, except it wouldn't be as hot there! It's interesting to see the two, tiny tourists walking across the bridge. Great POV from underneath, too.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-19 16:02
I also like this photo for all the reasons mentioned in the first section of your note. The combination of old and new architecture is very nice. The modern building in front has an interesting wavy design. This looks like a very charming street to stroll down and admire all the different details.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-19 15:59
What a great find! I do think it's something special. We don't see stairs painted like this all the time. I like the main photo because of the old architecture surrounding the colorful stairs, but I also like the WS. There the stairs alone all the stars on the photo. :-) Very nice!
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-19 15:53
Thanks for sharing more exotic beauty from Kazakhstan. The colors and designs on this mausoleum are impressive. For me it's even better that the sky was not bright blue; we can appreciate the colors even more against the paler sky.
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-19 15:50
This absolutely looks like the set of a movie. The camels look so tiny in this vast landscape, and I like the colors. The high POV and wide framing make this photo feel like the scene of an epic adventure unfolding. You've really been traveling a lot lately! :-)
worldcitizen (8572) 2016-06-19 15:47
What a cool and interesting photo! This giant face really pulls us in, and I like the way the woman is leaning in to examine the painting. The details are great, and I can tell from the man's style that he is from the 1970's. :-)