macjake (52340) 2014-09-01 2:16
this is an easy WOW
maybe one of your best posts? I know that comment may be thrown around alot, but you know what i mean.
love the lighting on the wooden fence and how is snakes around on the grass..are you sure its not a snake!?
love the atmosphere and overall tones, colors, mood...everything!
macjake (52340) 2014-09-01 2:14
another great post for TE.
Can't believe the government is putting a gag order on this stuff - so the media can't or won't cover this for locals to see or the world to see. Amazing! In a bad I mean.
Its easy to understand your Cause here.
Well done, excellent work in bringing it to peoples attention...keep it going!
macjake (52340) 2014-09-01 2:08
great looking shot!
great looking scene!
what first stands out is the overall clarity of the image and the exposure, wouldn't change a thing to it.
really like the colors, who know so many browns would be so attractive :)
lovely shot all around, wish I were here
macjake (52340) 2014-09-01 2:06
I know Krzystof was wondering about the sharpness of the photo, but if you open the photo in a new window tab by right clicking it, its much sharper :)
a very peaceful scene.
warm and inviting atmosphere.
you've had a great run of Sailboat shots :)
macjake (52340) 2014-09-01 2:03
beauty of a subject!
reminds me of the architecture I witnessed in Scandanavia.
its amazing to think this is a SUMMER home! haha
holy cow! Oh to be rich huh!
the slim composition works so well here, suits the architecture perfectly.
and the color palette is sweet too.
annjackman (17869) 2014-09-01 1:59
I watched you take this photo and didn't get one myself! Well done for getting the two figures spaced apart and the man framed by the kite tails. The shot also shows the Sussex view from the edge of the escarpment - beautifully done.
Kind Regards, Ann
tyro (18652) 2014-09-01 1:55
This is a beautiful photograph of the city of London with the jewel of St. Paul's Cathedral perfectly placed in the frame.
But it's not just the extreme height of your viewpoint which makes this picture so special - it is the wonderfully soft light which brings out all the details and intricacies of the facades of the cathedral and its surrounding buildings.
A beautiful photograph with lovely light and colours, perfect exposure, good composition and exceptional details and sharpness.
holmertz (37209) 2014-09-01 1:07
Regardless of what they were selling here it's a nicely designed shop window and an attractive photo. There are lots of fine colours and graphic details. I usually like to include people in my photos, but mannequins do just as well to enliven a composition.
batalay (34773) 2014-09-01 1:07
This is indeed a Gert style photo, and one that I recently critiqued. I can identify with reunions with old (very old) physics classmates. When you mentioned the rivalry about who visited the most countries, I knew this would be have been no competition for you. I would not be able to compete with you, even though the list on my profile page is not complete.
Warm regards, Malgo,
holmertz (37209) 2014-09-01 1:02
Yes, this stretch of beach is certainly more attractive than what I have seen from Benidorm or Torremolinos or any of those places. The buildings are remarkable, but how is that style defined? The mountains starting right behind the beach also make the view attractive. You used the trees nicely to frame the view.
holmertz (37209) 2014-09-01 0:52
Although competition is tough I would rate this as among the most fascinating Himalayan sceneries you have shown us. It probably has to do with the very varied types of nature, from the fertile green valley to the increasingly more rugged mountains, and also because of the many colours seen here. The technical quality of this photo is also highly impressive.
delpeoples (52543) 2014-08-31 23:11
So nice to see you hear. No doubt you've gone droving and we don't know where you are :) I hope everything is well with you, after all the bad news you've had this year. The image is delightful, so typically Scottish, although I must admit to remarking how similar the landscape looked to Donegal in Ireland. Wonderful quality, needless to say.'
delpeoples (52543) 2014-08-31 23:06
Cara Signora Itchy Feet
I hope you are learning to relax and stand still for at least a little while and am sure that Lazy Feet is enjoying the rest. There is always still something to photograph and you have proven this. The golden light on the water is mesmerising and so special. The little ducks happily swimming away are the icing on the cake.