Published: Saturday 9th of October 2004 03:15:38 AM
Amazing shot. The line of windmills really "leads" me into the shot. The only thing that bothers me here is the slight tilt of the image. Well done.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I love it! The lined up windmills are only one part of the greatness of this image. The colors in the sky and in the reflection are also wonderful. Great work, Wilson!!
Hi Wilson! Another one fantastic!
Great composition with wonderful colors!!
I have not seen your other work. THIS ONE ROCKS! I love the clear lines, the colors, the reflections, the gentle brushes across the water. I love this photo! A job well done..
Lovely Wils, Nice soft feel, great lighting, subject and composition. You da man!
Jos Van Poederooyen
I like it a lot! The foregound reeds and being dragged away by the windmills into the flat distance, you got the essence of the canals and windmills, where reeds are primary citizens. I love it!
Good composition and perspective,Pity it's so far away from where I live. Regards
Another great one Wilson!
A very interesting subject rendered with the usual good composition, exposure and colors Wilson. 7/7 and Congrats!
6/5 Would have gone for a 7/5 if the clouds had been different. Its quite a light and airey image, so maybe lighter, whispy clouds would have suited it better. But that's a fairly small point, this is a gorgeous image.
Great shot! I think the soft look works great with the great pastel colors in the sky. The warm cast on the water and windmills is great. I love it.
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Very nice composition!!!
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson The compostion, color and lighting is beautiful. Love the sunset reflection colors in the water and the perspective of the windmills. Did you personally line those blades up? LOL What are the chances they'd be in sync!
Marta Eva LLamera
Really Superb!! Wonderful image. Good composition, color, light, all is great here, 8/7 This is a very nice scene. Congratulations!
I like the way the light works in this one, Wilson. Works for me!
This is a similar shot in your portfolio. I think this one is the better of the two. Well done, my friend.
very nice shot ..
Very very nice image in terms of color added drama. I really like this one. Having said that I was also wondering about cutting some grass in the FG -- cropping off the bottom %15 -- any thoughts?
Another excellent photo with superb light and colors. The composition is great with nice perspective. Bravo.
Thank you ladies and gents for your favorable feedback. Appreciate it. Ray, as for cropping off foreground, I did in fact almost uploaded that version instead (4:3, cropped out bottom,) but went with original capture (3:2) to retain the reddish reflection at bottom and more foreground element to establish depth. Cropping is a funny thing, isn't it. I'm sure I'll second guess the choice again sitting there at the office comparing the two. Perhaps worth posting it? We'll see. ^_^
cropping It's a hard decision when I give it a serious thought. Cropped, more aesthetics in classic sense; stay uncropped, more originality in my opinion. Either way, this image impresses me.
Which Ever Way You Like... Thanks Peter and Ray. Here's the one I was contemplating for your reference. Now I got to run home! ^_^
"All Lined Up," thoughts? Wind was strong, so tough to get any reflection or to keep grass from swaying. So went with the flow and make it a soft look. Thoughts?