Published: Friday 24th of September 2004 04:07:34 AM
Wilson Wow. This is great! I agree with RE (and you) on the clouds...just right!!! Wonderful color and perspective.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson Nice abstract, it makes me dizzy!
Thanks so far for your feedback. Reiner, I indeed waited (not very long because of strong wind,) for the right cloud position and formation. Got a few more shots with different clouds, but this is the one that works best, I think.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I always learn so much from reading David's comments on your images, Wilson! I never thought about the "corners" until I read his comment. Interesting!! This is great ... the perspective is fabulous. The color of the sky is the best. The copper color and the white lines bring the eye right into the image.
Thank you all... Thanks ladies and gents for your feedback. Appreciate it much. ^_^
A little different! Yes Wilson! I like this. I love the way you have used the 'corners' of the frame. Your eye for a photograph is not in question but this shows some 'extra' creativity! I like it a lot!
Count me in - I like this, too. Strong angles and good contrast. A bland sky wouldn't have worked as well with this.
my two cents... Indeed, the 'corners' comment is spot on and explains the immediate visual appeal of this photo. I have an affinity for shots leading to infinity and this works well in that regard. I'd like to see a version of this scene where the supports on the left are not in it - I really like the copper beams and would like to see them as the center of interest. They strike me as much stronger than the rest of the image. Forgive my humble attempt at attaching an alternative.
Great originality! Exellent composition and colors!
Wilson Very different, indeed and very creative.
there is only one question left: Did you wait for the clouds position? RE
6/7 I love photos from "down to up" and this is a very beautiful example
Thanks Maria and Derek... ...for your comments. Derek, thank you for your elaboration and of course I don't mind, and in fact appreciate the example upload (that's what the function for, isn't it?) as it readily communicates an idea. I sort of played around with different composition, but was already getting really dizzy waiting for the clouds with my head straight up...thought I was going to pass out when I look back down to normal view. ^_^
you probably forgot about this shot. but it is news to me ;) excellent crisp composition.
"Skyward," a suspension bridge, critique? Would appreciate your feedback. Thanks. ^_^