batalay (38511) 2016-04-28 6:38
This is a beauty! I am not surprised that one would see an eye-catching flower arrangement in Belgium (and Holland) the perspective you've chosen shows the originality of the display. Moreover, the exposure is ideal.
batalay (38511) 2016-04-28 6:31
The light following a shower is frequently the most desirable for photography. This is a beauty, revealing the details of the windmill a relative teenager at 106 years of age, although the infants of the technology are the Millennial Giants (e.g. those in Palm Springs, California).
batalay (38511) 2016-04-28 6:26
I like this image of smoke, fire, and a favorite nut. I have never seen the process of harvesting cashews, although I must admit that the cashews I had in Thailand were far tastier than those I've had in the United States (that is also true of pistachios from Turkey and Iran compared with those of California). These cashews are most likely similar to those in Thailand.
batalay (38511) 2016-04-28 5:32
A colorful carpet of tulips, sorted by color. Sometimes there is so much political correctness. I wonder if anyone will call this "a segregation of tulips by color." It is also a very good demonstration of one point perspective.
ChrisJ (111504) 2016-04-28 4:53
These yellow dogwood bushes were always the first to flower in South Korea, a week or 2 before the cherry blossom made an appearance. It looks great here too with the pale blue sky as a backdrop. Excellent sharpness too. Tfs!
ChrisJ (111504) 2016-04-28 3:19
Certainly a huge statue and the people at right add scale. As do the floodlights. I will google what it looks like at night. Excellent sharpness and graphism. Tfs!
Here is a night view: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/56/4c/21/564c2186bd2af4f5d4586d422ffcb22f.jpg
ChrisJ (111504) 2016-04-28 2:52
A lot of Americans I have spoken with who live in the eastern part of the country remarked that in their opinion I had seen the best of the US by sticking with the south west, and from this photo it is hard to argue the point. The mesa and ranch make dual focal points. Tfs!
batalay (38511) 2016-04-27 17:29
This is a wonderful photo of the most photogenic city in the world. I've been there at least a dozen times and can't get enough of it. You had a wet and overcast day, but even under these conditions, the place has its charm.