Nice to see you're back.
I like small birds, they are incredible, they are often smarter than big birds.
I like this soft bg that highlights this lovely bird wich has an interesting attitude.
The rendering of light and colors please me.
Welcome back Neels.
Very artistic and a pleasure to view. I fully agree with Jimmy. Art is high quality human endeavour impressed upon the mind. Very well done indeed.
After seeing your previous photos of the horseshoe bend, I understand this one.
Just a few steps from the famous meander of the Colorado river.
I like this pov, the people give a scale.
Great colors & contrasts.
It is a magical place, indeed, the immense power of nature.
This is a fantastic still life, the super contrast really enhances the image. Smooth textures and hints of silvery shine , a great piece of art, well done.
This is a fantastic image with such natural colours of the sedimentary strata and the horseshoe shape of the river's course. Do you have any idea how long it has taken for the river to erode down from the peneplain above to it's current level? The joint pattern and horizontal bedding suggest virtually no structural deformation during that time with plateau-type uplift only. Congratulations on a superb image.
Not even a tiger could spot this guy in the grass. I like your approach to photography. sharp and well conceived images. nice
You have a beauty here. You have become part of what you looking at. instead of just taking a snap. Your POV gives life to the image. One of your best.
Yes, the tonal range is very good and so is the contrast between the tranquil immediate foreground (with no dead blacks and washed-out whites) and the restless sea, separated by the splash taken at exactly the right moment. In general, we do not make sufficient use of the tripod (and remote control, for that matter) but you are an exception here. Well done.
I like the image for the clouds and intense sunset/sunrise. otherwise this image would be useless. you have the gift of using the entire scene to your advantage. Awesome capture of time and beauty. BRAVO
A beauty behind fuggy atmosphere there is a secret with the lights...the eye expression telling a story as always.
Some of your images remind me our great photographer David Hamilton, unfortunately, he left us 2016.
Indeed it is also 3D with excellent BG well done ERWIN KRUGER