ChrisJ (97810) 2015-01-25 11:23
Looks like the mountain behind Innsbruck as I would imagine it in winter. I like the patch of sunlight on the fg spur in the centre. Good sharpness and minimalist colour. The silhouetted chairlift to the summit, or ski-lift for semantics, is clearly visible. Superb shadow detail and framing. Tfs!
lousat (76808) 2015-01-25 11:21
Hello Dwaipayan,a magnificent view of this dry zone of this very high lake,the view is fantastic,a jump in the nature,magnificent scenery with a spectacular sky and mountains in background,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
ChrisJ (97810) 2015-01-25 11:20
You have caught the eye of the cyclist at right, who is well positioned in the frame and animate sthe scene as well as providing a good focal point. Excellent sharpness and superb color and sharpness with excellent saturation and framing. A soft diffused light and the colorful shop window at left adds a nice splash of orange color. Tfs!
lousat (76808) 2015-01-25 11:20
Hi Mesut,now justice is done for this beautiful old winter pic made in the start of your activity on TE....the pic is very very good but i like beter your words in the note,a long history full of pics,friends and a lot of satisfactions,happy birthday on TE and thanks for your work there! Luciano.
lousat (76808) 2015-01-25 11:16
Hi Ann,very cold but a great mine for the photographers..ehehe...what a magnificent winter pic,sun and snow are always great ingredients for a great result,and this is a beautiful example,very nice composition,well exposed and with a soft sharpness that makes the difference,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
lousat (76808) 2015-01-25 11:13
Hi Peter,maybe winter is very long in your country,but it's always a great mine for the photographers,this is a fantastic example,the lights and the exposure are magic,like the silence and the atmosphere of peace and quiet,great shot,i like it and i'm still waiting the first snow in my country...ehehhe...have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
ChrisJ (97810) 2015-01-25 11:11
The rail at right adds good lead in lines and perspective and I really like the partial symmetrical reflections in the wet icy pavement. The fog shrouded valley is the cherry on the cake here. The jagged snow capped peaks on the horizon make a majestic backdrop. The warm red bronze hues of the rails contrast well against the cooler blue hues. Tfs!
macjake (56474) 2015-01-25 11:06
well, lets get one thing out of the way first...you know what i'm thinking when I see the words
such a funny comical satire...LOVE Blackadder...i swear i've almost pee'd my pants laughing. and I know Lisa is a big fan of Blackadder as well :)
as for the photo, its gorgeous.
I'm no Cathedral expert by any means, but i think this light colored ceiling is not the norm...and i love it.
and there's a slight orange/yellow glow too thats quite nice.
Glascow!!! Can't wait to see the architecture in this city someday...
enjoy your Sunday
ChrisJ (97810) 2015-01-25 11:05
Another gallery shot that caught my eye ... and held it. The flagstone alley adds superb lead in lines and diminishing linear perspective and vanishing point. Very good sharpness and natural looking colour. I like the upward curve of the road going uphill and the woman at left animates the scene. Tfs!
ChrisJ (97810) 2015-01-25 10:58
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) police car is well positioned in the frame and makes an obvious focal point. Good sharpness and the Chinese couple at left (they could also be Korean or Japanese) animate the scene and provide scale. The yellow zebra crossing is unusual but they have so much fog in SF that black and white are not as clear as yellow, which tends to stand out in the mist. Tfs!