Sunset by explomars (4298)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2015-08-26 5:23
This is a wonderful photo of an empty beach. I am a fan of scenes with one-point perspective, and the row of posts pointing at the sun on the horizon is a perfect example of that. Very well done! Congratulations.
Komsomolskaya by Hunkar (7130)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2015-07-25 21:51
this is a wonderful image of one of the several metro stations that are of artistic note in Moscow. Other cities of the world should take such pride in their metro systems. The one-point perspective of your photo gives us a hint of the length of the station, and the design of the columns and ceiling make it very attractive.
Kremlin by night by knerkowski (1476)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2015-06-25 21:20
I recently visited Moscow, and saw this scene from a different angle, as we were in a boat on the river. Your view from the bridge is spectacular. The colors and the lights make a magnificent scene. Congratulations and TFS.
Shotover River by benbroug (729)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2015-05-14 20:45
I agree with Gerrit about the splash of yellowish orange on the cliffs. It provides a definite point of visual focus. This looks like a place I could relax in for a long time. Congratulations.
Shy little cook by Gerrit (50982)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2014-12-01 21:18
This is a perfect photo of a gorgeous young lady. I like how you captured her happy mood, without having a posed smile, and with her not looking at the camera. The lighting highlights her beautiful face, and leaves the surrounding ambience dark and mysterious. Excellently done... congratulations.
Mexico by gtv12c (755)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2014-10-27 5:30
This is another fine photo, well-composed from Puerto Vallarta, a wonderful place for a vacation. Having a few people in the scene brings life to the image.
Again,I would suggest that you change one bit of information in your posting, though. Puerto Vallarta is in the state of Jalisco, which is on the Pacific Coast, and you label it as being in the state of Mexico, which is a landlocked state in the Central Highlands.
Mexico by gtv12c (755)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2014-10-26 9:27
This is a very nice photo from one of my favorite places -- Puerto Vallarta. I really like the contrasting red tones of the sail with the cool blues and aquas of the rest of the image. Nice job.
I would suggest that you change one bit of information in your posting, though. Puerto Vallarta is in the state of Jalisco, which is on the Pacific Coast, and you label it as being in the state of Mexico, which is a landlocked state in the Central Highlands.
Weather is Amazing by NonPhotogenic (59)
PoorColdBoy (875) 2014-08-14 10:55
I must agree with your assessment of the joy of flying, even though I'm not a pilot myself. I have friends who are, and I've been up with them several times. I'm looking forward to seeing more aerial shots from you.