On 10/2/2021 13:09, Andrew Davidhazy wrote:
Striking colors and patters. I assume I'm seeing some degree of
manipulation here, deliberate long exposure beyond support stability, or
zoom, or some combination, but that's fine with me.
Emily Ferguson - Day's end, Franconia Notch.
In that lighting they resemble mountains quite a lot, if mountains with
unusual color perhaps!
Roy Miller - Aerial view of mountains with two native American villages
I do love that kind of space, the older buildings, the varied pavement
composition, etc. And the relatively soft light. That does raise issues
including that much sky!
Chris Strevens - Corwan Wales
This doesn't seem to me to be served well by the shallow depth of field
inherent in that degree of magnification (of course it could be cropped
a lot, but I was thinking vaguely around 1:1). The colors are wonderful,
though. And the body designs of those little guys are *so* amazing. Not
a situation where focus stacking could help? Or you just didn't want the
depth I think I'd like better?
Jim Snarski - Orb Weaver
The effect with the horizon with sunset colors being *darker* seems
unusual to me! And it does seem like the expanse of sky filling the
upper left isn't contributing very much to the photo.
Bob McCulloch - Sunset Over Moosehead
Andrew Davidhazy - On the plains of the Serengeti
I like the head-to-head regard, and generally the juxtaposition of the
My one time in Africa I didn't have the camera equipment to accomplish
much (it was the summer after 4th grade, so there is also perhaps doubt
I would have known what to do with real camera equipment to any depth).
Love the juxtaposition of the three buildings, the old brickwork with
generations of patches and supports, the more updated building in pink
for your title, and the modern building in the background (with nice
lighting on the ribs between windows along the top too).
Dan Mitchell - In the Pink
Rob Talbot - Flower Power
Darn, I'm sure I've seen this before. Anyway, like it, the sunflowers
and human head, and the really goofy expression, are very nice.
David Dyer-Bennet, dd-b@xxxxxxxx; http://dd-b.net/
Words Over Windows http://WordsOverWindows.dd-b.net/