macjake (68432) 2016-08-25 3:42
I always enjoy seeing new photos in your gallery.
Hungary is a country thats up on my travel list as well.
you show us a sweet postcard style shot, and thats perfectly alright with me.
the clouds give alot of visual interest as well, not only the bridge and church. three main focal points here.
lovely shot with the atmosphere
ChrisJ (114585) 2016-08-25 3:37
I am just glad you were not amongst the casualties. TE just wouldn't be the same without you. Like everyone I was saddened by the news and immediately worried about you. A real pity this cathedral no longer exists after the devastating earthquake yesterday but kudos to you for capturing it for posterity and perhaps it might be used as a guide when reconstructed? As always, good framing and sharpness. Tfs!
ChrisJ (114585) 2016-08-25 3:29
I might have added more shadows & / or contrast to compensate for the haze, but composition and pov are flawless. Good sharpness and the red brick walls contrast well with the blue sky to give a grand warm cold color contrast. Tfs!
jhm (153674) 2016-08-25 3:25
Eight year ago but a wonderful picture with this old house, maybe now restored.
Pleasant panorama view about the mountain and the nice blue sky.
An excellent presentation, sharp and cleear.
Very well done, TFS.
ChrisJ (114585) 2016-08-25 3:11
Wonderful warm cold color contrasts between the red and grey blue, with excellent repetition of geometric patterns and superb sharpness. The fg fence adds depth & layering to the composition. Tfs!
snunney (100000) 2016-08-25 2:43
The sky may be cloudy but the lighting is really quite delightful. I like the dual perspective long river and road. The bridge and church make an interesting pair of counterpoints and provide the necessary focal point for the composition. Clarity is excellent.
snunney (100000) 2016-08-25 1:56
The colours and textures are beautifully rendered despite the adverse weather conditions. The point of view shows the interesting architecture to great effect whilst the little family group enlivens the same and provides scale. I looked at my profile recently and realised I have now clocked up over ten years; doesn't time fly when you are enjoying yourself:-) Like you, I wonder how much longer the site can limp on. I have looked at other photography sites but one of them seem to have the same pull for me as TE. We shall just have to grin and bear it for the time being.