mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 7:18
och jak tu pieknie! Bogactwo zdobien robi ogromne wrazenie. Rownie doskonala jest prezentacja: wszystko symetrycznie, perspektywa jak od linijki. Swietnie ze zrobiles do z wyzszej perspektywy. Swietna jakosc przy takim duzym ISO nie ma najmniejszych szumow. Doskonale zbalansowane naswietlenie
Az mam ochote sie wybrac na wycieczke do Poznania!
Piekna praca, gratulacje!
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 7:13
lovely shopping arcade. I like the central symmetry here. I enjoy your reportage from Paris showing often less popular aspects of this beautiful city. I will try to remember them for my next visit :)
Great exposition here, so difficult in an interior low light.
Very well done,
serp2000 (41084) 2015-05-05 6:57
Just a "Big City Lights"!
I have never been on this side of the planet, but this photo reminds me the night view of Manhattan.
Outstanding colors, good exposure. Did you use a UV filter? Why? Here is no the sun in this hour ;)
serp2000 (41084) 2015-05-05 6:31
Today I also can say: I have seen the Kabuki. Thank you for that walk around Asakusa.
Her red dress makes this photo very eye-catching! I also like perfect quality and fine details of the patterns.
All the best wishes,
ChrisJ (101166) 2015-05-05 6:15
The old red car contrasts superbly against the cyan colours of the building facades either side, as well as the blue sky. Good sharpness and pp work. I like the close up wide angled distortion effect. The people at left add scale. Tfs.
serp2000 (41084) 2015-05-05 6:09
I think you could crop these white walls on the left and right sides. It would be narrow but very attractive composition of a bookmark format. Anyway I like this photo with good quality and simple nice frame, well done.
Best wishes to you and your family!
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:53
wow this is very impressive!
This sky is really spectacular: you have attractive dramatic dark clouds and in places even a blue sky too.
Great spot, wonderful presentation.
I like also how the grey clouds reflect in the water.
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:49
strictly speaking it is not a blue hour but something like a PINK hour :)
It is spectacular! I like the subtle gradient of purple/pink and orange. The clouds dot the sky decoratively. The buildings of course provide interesting silhouettes. Yes I would be coming back to this spot very often :)
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:46
nice street scene. I thought right away that only steep streets like in San Francisco would allow such interesting perspective. You have well used this opportunity placing people on the edge of the horizon.
Very attractive effect, well done!!
Royaldevon (31455) 2015-05-05 5:43
Besides the obvious interest and unusual outdoor activity, this is a such a well balanced shot. The figures take opposing diagonals across the frame with absolutely nothing in frame that is not useful to the composition and the meaning.
Have a lovely day,
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:42
lovely beach scene, and even more interesting thanks to your dramatic note.
Funny thing: what is a "catastrophe" may be relative.
For example my daughter in her nursery: teachers (I guess in general: people in England) don't care about child being exposed to cold, wind or rain. They let children run in T-shirts at the freezing cold wind.
On the other hand: if there is A LITTLE SUN, the teachers are obliged to put A LOT of sun cream on children's faces, use hats and roofs etc.
I tried to explain them that we prefer the opposite: child could get some sun but should avoid cold....
I thought about it here because our daughter of course seeing the sea runs straight into it, regardless of the temperature... and we struggle to stop her, while other parents here don't stop their children...
Very well seen and captured,
ChrisJ (101166) 2015-05-05 5:42
Here I like the architectural contrasts between the older more traditional buildings along the waterfront and the newer bg skyscrapers. A fantastic blue hour shot with good sharpness and nice fg reflections in the river. Tfs.
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:32
very nice series and so well done. Recently also Maria was showing some graffiti from Buenos Aires.
I like this one here having so many interesting elements. You also always smartly include a person passing by to anchor the art in the real life.
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:25
interesting daily life scene. Your photos have now even higher value. They were already so precious due to the fact they are from exotic destination AND taken long time ago AND of great quality. Now the disaster adds to it.
I have mentioned that it is my birth year. I would be actually interested to see photos from this year from Poland, but I guess you did not happen to be in Poland that year?
mkamionka (31407) 2015-05-05 5:20
it is a very funny one.
By the way: yesterday (Monday) was in the United Kingdom a bank holiday. Usually most offices are closed on that day. It is roughly treated as a Sunday here.
I went for a hike in the North York Moors National Park. But all the parking spaces were taken. People started to park along the road but there were tiny signs along the road "no parking". At least 100 cars did not believe that someone would check it on a bank holiday. And yet I saw a person walking along the road checking and sticking tickets to the windscreen :(
So... I went elsewhere...
jhm (141505) 2015-05-05 5:11
You choose a perfect angle with the famous buildings in background
Wonderful panorama view about the area.
Also a wonderful picture in high quality made
Very well composition.
Nice done, TFS.