Nice shot of the row houses diagonally filling the frame. Each is unique in color and details, yet similar.
Thanks for sharing,
I like how the subject diagonally crosses the frame, and I like how various stages of the blossom's life is represented in the one shot. I think the color is fine and focus is sharp. An increased depth of field may have kept more of the blossoms in focus.
Your post stands out from the crowd. It makes me want to know more about the subjects . . . does the horse belong to the young lady, and it does seem to be trying to separate her from the young man. A story captured!
(Regarding your comment about the site, I've been away for a few years, and am disappointed that the quality of shots, comments, suggestions and friendliness isn't the same as before.)
You fooled me with this one! I thought it was a live shot, and it reminded me of my own Superhero Welder. I like how the coloring of the man stands out and the background of his workplace fades.
Beautiful with the sedimentary layers mixed with shadows.
From the thumbnail view, this one looks like ripples on water. . . . well seen!
Very pleasing . . . nice texture in the ripples in the foreground, and the rays play with the light in the clouds.
A spectacular shot--I like the contrast of the round patterns and the fireworks with a seemingly random path.
Lovely shot and an inspirational message. Both the Pelican and the message speak to me this evening.
I enjoy the layers present in this photo, and makes me wonder about the better days this balcony has "seen'.