Published: Thursday 4th of November 2004 02:37:47 AM
CR: There is a great geometrical idea! Its not inflexible for you didnt place the building into the center. CL: Dont know if you wanted the lower part of the building as a silhouette or as a structured one. The "between" doesnt seem to be a good solution. Greetings, RE (In case of irritation please read the note at my "biography".)
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- how majestic. The gold tones make this very regal. I, also, have missed you! Glad you are home safe and sound! The almost 50/50 diagonal split on this works well, I think because of the 1/3 split on the vertical. Does that make sense? Anyway- the reflections in the water of the rising or setting sun, in combination with the wonderful shapes of the silhouettes, makes this a wonderful image. The slight blur in the water implies movement, I like the implication. Nice job!
very nice and suggestive image!!!!
Well comeback, Mr Traveller! This is an amazing shot. Congrats!!
Jayme, Alec, Kim, thanks for your feedback. Yes, Alec. BKK itself has gone through tremendous changes in the past decade. Nevertheless, other than additional highrises (...sigh...) the sceneries along the Chaopraya river remain pretty much the same. ^_^
Thank ya'll for Z hospitality... Really appreciate the welcome, folks. ^_^ Yeah, the, "Chaopraya Express" was cruising along at a good clip, and that's all I can snap while on the boat. Henri, I did tried to do a symetrical approach with everything centered and squared up. To perfect, I thought. May be I'll post that version up in a bit. Thanks again, y'all. Miss this a bunch!
Lovely silhouette Wilson. Been back to your home country? Changed a lot hasn't it?
Wils Great to have you back. I've missed your input. So that's where you went! You lucky dog. Paid to travel to such exotic places that very few of us ever see. This, my friend, is very much up to your standards. Very interesting and well executed silhouette. Love the golden tones.
Welcome back... The water looks a little choppy must have been a bit breezy. My guess, Mr. World Traveler, is that we will be seeing many beautiful and exotic images like this one over the comming days. Congratulations, well done.
Nice composition, but I think you would have play the full symmetry in placing the temple at center.
Very nice, Wilson. You've kept great detail in the shadows considering you were shooting into the light.
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Beautiful creation ...!!
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Yes, Wilson ... excellent silhouette! I love the placement of the sun and the golden tones. Very exotic!!
Thanks Lou Ann for commenting. ^_^
"Temple of Dawn" backlit situation. Feedback is welcome.