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Author: Pascual Frederic
Gallery: Single PhotosPublished:
Guillermo Lobera Temes
!!!!! Excellent , Bravo!
. Just wonderful. It seems to be the illustration to a Gothic story. Well done!
Hey...that's too much....thanks a lot ..you made me red....
Fred, I am afraid that this time I have nothing to suggest you... it´s simply great.
Thanks for your comments and rating,,,this is the first of a serie I will upload after my trip in Bangladesh..
La linterna mágica.
7 / 7 Perfecta.
Sin comentarios, Fred.
Pulguita .......... chapeau!!
Thanks again..... I hope one day, this people will go from the shadow towards the light and no like this photo....
Mauricio Alcaraz Carbia
Esta foto tiene que llegar lejos....muy lejos! Impresionante e inteligente foto.
Mauricio,,,Gracias...no creo...pero porque no...
This is an image that tells me that I have not been wasting my time here on PN. This is something that I would have loved to have taken. Would I have seen this quickly enough? Would I have been ready? I doubt, it but I sure can appreciate it when someone else does it this well.
So essential and elegant, this is simply great.
Excellent composition and light.
Original...artistic...creative...fun to explore visually.
Beautifull composed capture in planes, lines, clor and contrast of shadows. mike
there is so much to this picture that i dont know where to begin!this is amazing.
Zoo..Don t think too much,,that s a single street shot,,,Thanks Linda... ¨linda foto¨ = traduction of your comment in spanish,,,,
Frederic Awesome shot!!
I had not very much time for going to internet in these days and I lost thisone. One of your best from Bangladesh!
Hi Frederic Pascual, Very nice image of a Rickshaw puller. I am a Bangladeshi and visit several times Barisal. This image is very nostalgic for me. Thanks.
this is art
Bravo! Great picture, there is so much to explore here at photo.net, and again a perfect picture.
No more word just say " Bravo " ! Very regards
Barisal - Bangladesh 8 am Lot of Rickshaw in Bangladesh...Thanks for your comments...