tyro (25702) 2016-09-24 15:32
Ciao caro Carlo,
Ha, ha! What a crazy looking building! I suppose it would be green if the irrigation was working - it would certainly be green in Scotland where we have so much rain!
A well seen and well captured scene, perfectly composed and with perfect exposure and excellent details and clarity.
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:24
Hi Craig,2 beautiful view on the land of whiskey,Glencoe is very famous and now i can see something of this heart after the bottles of my bar..ehehe...the different landscapes are truly relaxing and taken in a magic light,but the 2nd WS is lovely,how is nice the portait of the cow..ehehe..well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:21
Hi Lars,for me the most beautiful shot from Philadelphia in your gallery! The free tour continue today with a lovely composition,great scenery and a very hot day,i like the daily life view around the fountain and the usual top sharpness! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:18
Hi Daniel,lovely capture of the piazza after the view from above. This city is full of photographic opportunities,every corner is amazing,and this shot is just an example,but very well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
tyro (25702) 2016-09-24 15:18
Hello dear Mesut,
A lovely colourful photograph from the beginnings of autumn, these drying corns displaying all of the wonderful autumnal colours we shall soon be seeing in the trees and grasslands in our countries.
A very well seen and taken shot with lovely light and colours, perfect exposure and excellent details and sharpness.
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:16
Hi Alex,a pic that reminds me my last post,with the sulfur heart from Iceland. The colors are the same but i think that the origin of these colors are different. A great choice of point of view and very bright colors in an excellent sharpness,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:14
Hi Ike,the same post that i seen recently in your gallery but made some minuts before,and now it's possible to see something of buildings and city and not only the big wheel. Excellent capture with good details and bright colors,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:12
Ciao Silvio,una foto davvero d'epoca dal tuo archivio,quando ancora eri giovane e facevi le foto dritte..ehehe..composizione assolutamente impeccabile,che mostra tutto nel migliore dei modi nonostante i differenti livelli della prospettiva,certo che della villa non c'e' traccia ma la vista è comunque magnifica.Buona Domenica,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:10
Salut Nicolas,un joli effect des nuages sur le sommet de la montagne,mais sourtout un lever du jour spectaculair avec des couleurs magnifiques capturees dans la meilleure exposition et nettete',tres bien fait! Bon Dimanche et merci,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:08
Ciao Ourania,composizione minimalista con la magnifica atmosfera rilassante delle mattine di Settembre,ottima gestione della luce e bellissimi i colori col mare che all'orizzonte quasi si fonde con il cielo,grandi dettagli sulle barchette. Buona Domenica e complimenti,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:07
Hi Pavle,lovely capture of the monastery entrance,i like your point of view,perfect to show us the church too over the lateral small entrance in background,perfect sharpness and rich composition too.Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (92808) 2016-09-24 15:04
Hi Murat,lovely night composition,i like a lot the excellent sharpness on the boat despite the light and the distance,it looks like a peinture because the high but genial high saturation,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
tyro (25702) 2016-09-24 15:00
Ah, Glen Coe! I'm going to be driving up through this magnificent glen very soon - on my way to Skye, in fact, and I'm looking forward to enjoying views like this!
Three beautiful photographs (especially the one of the Hielan' Coo!) which perfectly capture the atmosphere of this mysterious and, perhaps, threatening glen, especially as you have captured these images in just the perfect weather - not bright summer sunshine (because that doesn't suit the place) but in mixed light and with some low cloud and mist about the place.
I love the play of light and shade which you have caught so well in your two landscape pictures and how, in each of those, the road leads us through the composition perfectly. Lovely soft light and very true colours - so typical of Scotland - perfect exposure and exquisite details and sharpness.
macjake (69105) 2016-09-24 13:49
what's not to like here? the lighting is quite soft and makes for an elegant glow, its quite beautiful.
and the colour combinations of pink and blue work well too.
I also like how the walls are chipping and peeling with paint, that adds some nice character. have a great weekend
macjake (69105) 2016-09-24 13:46
well, you pointed it out exactly in your note, the bright colours of the woman's clothing is what stands out the most.
It catches our attention right away from the gallery page.
and the bright lighting works well too.
Now i'm hungry for some fruit haha
macjake (69105) 2016-09-24 13:27
your landscape shots are great to view, this one is no different.
it almost looks like the landscapes you'll see in the south western states of America.
the colours are beautiful, but so are the angular lines and the way they shoot across the frame. nice shot
tyro (25702) 2016-09-24 13:26
An interesting and educational note and a delightful photograph to accompany it - a perfect upload for TE!
Of course, people used coracles in Britain too in the past, particularly for fishing, and they are remarkably light and easily carried on one's back even although they're probably not too seaworthy. I seem to recall that someone once said that to travel in one you had to have your hair parted down the centre to avoid it capsizing. But here we see a veritable fleet of them approaching the shore as well as the solitary fellow on the beach cooking his grub.
This is a very finely composed photograph, the lone fisherman with his upturned coracle or "thung-chai" squatting over his small fire and billy can while we see the distant busy view.
Glorious light, fine colours, perfect exposure and exquisite details and sharpness.