adramad (35413) 2014-08-27 7:56
A large panoramic with this splendid landscape that contrasts the verdant valley with slopes of more arid and rugged mountains, the sky is covered with clouds quite a nice complement in this case.
Have a good day.
adramad (35413) 2014-08-27 7:52
Un magnifique panorama, qui relie en la même image mer et les montagnes, la route vers la gauche donne une grande profondeur de champ pour la composition, tandis que sur la droite, nous voyons la belle plage et la montagne commence dernière piste verte.
A tons colorés très efficaces.
Une bonne gestion de la lumière et une bonne netteté.
adramad (35413) 2014-08-27 7:47
A pesar de la poca resolucion de la imagen, esta resulta muy agradable, por el magnifico POV elegido, enfrentando el canal, que tiene un hermoso fondo con el puente y el esplendido edificio.
Pasa una buena tarde.
batalay (34761) 2014-08-27 7:39
Hello dear Lisa,
An unusually powerful photo of a sad scene, emblematic of Dante's "Inferno." Your note, as always, is succinct and informative. It's really too bad that mine operators never think of restoring the land to their pristine forms after they extract the ore. Perhaps a future generation will be able to revisit such scars and indeed heal them.
serp2000 (37963) 2014-08-27 7:08
Four or five years I have been a member of a local election commission in my town. Your photo makes me smile and reminds me my old experience with this part of social life. Very picturesque composition, attractive orange furniture, very interesting faces. Special thanks for this report.
delpeoples (52525) 2014-08-27 6:58
hehehehe how do you know the guy from Brandi was swearing at you? He probably wasn't, it just sounded like he was ;) God I'd love you to meet my Zio Gianni (Uncle Johnny). Le Pet thought he was abusing him, but he was talking about what we were going to eat that night hehehehe.
But to be honest, I don't think Brandi have the best pizza. They have the FIRST pizza. But the best is at Gino Sorbillo or Di Matteo in Spaccanapoli. I've eaten at Trianon and it was ok, but not the best :p
Love this shot though. Love the old tiles, the old oven and the huge gut (pancia in Italian/panza in Napoletan) on the pizza maker. He obviously tastes his product hahahahaha.
Thank you so much for this photo, I can't stop smiling whenever I look at it. And one day I hope to share a delicious pizza with you and T, wherever we are in the world.
Un abbraccio e mille grazie,guaglione
Lisuccia (as they call me in Napoletano)
serp2000 (37963) 2014-08-27 6:51
This photo just brings me back to 2011, when I have had good trip to Andorra. Very nice vertical composition, excellent presentation of the nature in Midi-Pyrenees.
Somewhere In Time... No cars, no wires! Great!
serp2000 (37963) 2014-08-27 6:44
Well, the snow and the winter sceneries are not so exotic for me, but I really like this scene. Excellent capture of the church and the snowy trees. Oh, I see Haarlem , it reminds me another Harlem , in NYC. It provides me to so rich Dutch heritage in New York. ;)