batalay (34573) 2012-05-29 15:55:26This version of Angel Oak was created by stitching three vertical photos horizontally. I would be grateful to hear about your choice, the square, close crop, or the panoramic ws version.
batalay (34573) 2012-02-27 03:18:05To illustrate this compositional principal, I am moving the ballerina to the right. With a little more time, I could achieve a much smoother transition, but it is not worth it in this context.
batalay (34573) 2012-02-18 09:20:32Paul Gauguin's self-portrait in the National Gallery or Art, Washington, DC. In the Gauguin Museum in Hiva Oa where the great Post-Impressionist is buried, I saw a copy of a letter to his good friend, Vincent van Gogh, "Dear Vincent, I agree with you, art does not have to mimic the subject..."
batalay (34573) 2012-02-10 11:51:40After kneading the coconut, the man handed the cream to his partner to share with the tourists. They also performed a number of folk dances to the accompaniment of the musicians.
batalay (34573) 2011-12-13 19:07:43The statue of San Martin, the great Argentinian liberator, is for Maria Ocampos (Nikkitta) with my compliments. Hello Maria,
I am doing a ws and presenting a shot of San Martin. Artistically speaking, I think the statue of the Cuban hero, Josť Marti, is the most dramatic of the three equestrian statues at Central Park South.
batalay (34573) 2011-12-06 06:37:30Remembering how Beverley (Royaldevon) returned to a photo, 'Reflected Splendour,' and placed an image with her companions, I thought I would return the favour and integrate a photo with my companions. We had had a long lunch in the restaurant of the Park Lane Hotel facing the park. My companions are an orthopedic surgeon (retired) and his wife, both in from Los Angeles, and the blond is my wife. Here, for Beverley, I am even misspelling the words, 'splendour,' 'favour,' in the manner of the Brits. Oh yes, and the restaurant is on the 'first floor' according to the Brits, and "second floor" according to Americans. Also, in British usage, the quotation mark usage has the single quote (') preceding double quote ("), whereas in American usage, double quote (") precedes the single quote ('). As Churchill famously described the situation, 'We have everything in common with the Americans except the language.'