ChrisJ (104429) 2015-09-04 14:19
Bonjour, mon ami Nicolas,
The house at left with the moss or grass covered roof adds interest to the other more ordinary white dwelling in the centre. This steep slope looks volcanic in origin. Excellent sharpness and the vertical frame works well. Tfs.
ChrisJ (104429) 2015-09-04 14:09
Good to have the magenta-hued flowers contrasting against the greenery. Those 2 colours are polar opposites and always go well together. Amazing repetition of the windows and nice to have some variety of the positions with some open and others closed. Nicely framed into 3 layers. Tfs.
lousat (82720) 2015-09-04 13:13
Ciao Carlo,posti che nessuno ha mai mostrato,il tuo percorso è davvero interessante ed alternativo.Il WS è troppo scuro e i particolari si vedono bene solo...nel titolo...ehehe....in compenso la foto principale di questo bar molto kitch mi piace molto,stavo cercando qualcosa di particolare da copiare.Bello il colore delle sedie,da abbattere immediatamente il birillone antiparcheggio davanti all'ingresso.Buon weekend,Luciano
macjake (61566) 2015-09-04 12:40
always fun to see new photos from you!
too bad to hear about that person with the torn knee ligament...thats exactly what I did on holidays in Greece, I know what he's going through.
love the clouds, take away the clouds and it just wouldn't have the same type of impact. its an easy 10 out of 10 for me!
macjake (61566) 2015-09-04 12:34
Oh i like it when you post these classic Hot Rod cars!
Not sure if i'd really want to own one, but surely enjoy looking at them and would want to drive it.
cool to see the other cars in the reflection too!
fun shot, super sleek
macjake (61566) 2015-09-04 12:24
another strange but cool looking building in Denmark - thats nothing new :)
is it just me or does it have a somewhat Industrial type of look and feel to it?
also, i like the copper color, very cool
macjake (61566) 2015-09-04 12:18
this is like one of those 3D type of images, where are my 3D glasses :)
and of course the orange color of the ships hull stands out as a great focal point too, its easy to spot this shot in the gallery page.
excellent clarity and lighting
Noel_Byrne (27448) 2015-09-04 12:16
This is a great sculpture and you captured it in front of a wonderful sky, the graduation from red to blue is really cool . If I may offer a critique, I think this would look a little better completely centred the tree of life in the frame, as this would cut out the shrub on the left which is a little distracting, and it would not remove from the palette of colours. Great photo and fascinating subject.
macjake (61566) 2015-09-04 12:12
an old adandoned aircraft? sounds great to me!
I could view these photo all day long my friend.
and what a bonus to have it in a city with so few posts here on TE, even better.
its fun that we can see the city and the plane, through the plane. cool post.
Noel_Byrne (27448) 2015-09-04 11:38
What a beautiful view of this ancient and crowded city, I imagine it's density adds to its charm so much, and certainly suummons up a wealth of sounds and smells. As much as I really really like this photo, I cannot but feel a tint of sadness as I wonder what this view would be like today, how much of this magical place still stands. Your shot is likely of great historical importance, if this area has changed as much as I imagine the at has changed it, then this will be a fascinating view for those in the future. Really great post.
Noel_Byrne (27448) 2015-09-04 11:32
This place looks so English, the architects influence is very obvious. Great idea to shoot this with the boat filled watery foreground which adds a great and rather unusual touch to a building like this. Lovely activity in the sky too.
Noel_Byrne (27448) 2015-09-04 11:29
There is a beautiful array of colors in this photo and the snow adds an extra something, ie not seen a scene like this with the snow delicately place like this. Such an extensive view beyond the beautiful foreground too. Great shot.
Noel_Byrne (27448) 2015-09-04 11:27
These colors are really theatrical and really dramatic, this could easily be a scene from an epic movie. Those aces in the ice add a really mysterious touch to the photo. People use the phrase jagged peaks to describe mountains, this is one of the jaggedisest I've seen.