"Little Moses?"

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Travel, USA, Pacific Northwest

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Category: Family

Published: Friday 17th of December 2004 10:57:29 PM


Comments

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I don't know about "little moses" ... I've never been much good at creative captioning. But I LOVE this shot. The clouds are spectacular ... and this is another one shot at the absolute magic moment of light in the sky!! Bravo!!

Chris Harrison
6/6

Julio Segura Carmona
JULIO SEGURA Precioso encuadre,,luz, nubes y un bello color,,,,un cordial saludo.

Ken Beilman
Wils Looks like you mined a tremendous payload from that outing back in June. Another great sunset shot with an awesome cloud formation. Great work.

Brad Kim
Beautiful.... I love especially the clouds... I feel like extending my arm to grab them!

Umair Ghani
7/ 7 brilliant work. magnificent sky.

Mihai Costea
I'm speachless... what a spectacle, great definition, perfect composition. congrats. 7/7

Bora Benic
Dear Wilson, Beatiful composition,clarity and sharpness.Greeting.7.7

Howard Dion
I agree this image is true Tsoism. You just keep looking and looking and looking.

Grace W.
Great shot! But I guess "children" isn't the right place for this photo. 7/6

Gabriella Lucia
Great composition Wilson, it's amazing what you do with that A80.

Pnina Evental
Walking towards sunset..that what came to my mind looking at it. Nice colorfull composition Wilson. Pnina

Allon Kira
7/7 The A-80 magician!!!

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
I love the image, your sunsets are always perfectly exposed! The name.....hum..... How about, "Child of the Light" or "Firestarter" Sorry I can't think of anything better. Wonderful image!

R E
CR: Not even the Christmas-story is more intense than this "Picture of promise". RE

David McCracken
T/T True Tsoi! This is the Tsoi I know!

Tony Georgiadis
Good work Wilson.

Francesco Ces
Moses The title can be used, with the realisation that if you "settle" for this title, then it defines the way we perceve this photo. From a sunset we migrate towards a time lapse and it places us in a "real" geographical place. We are some four thousand years back in the Sinai desert or someplace close to Memphis, Egypt, and we imagine the escort (he was the Pharaoh's son) ot far behind....or we might just simply conclude that the sunsets were just the same four thousand years ago! Even without a title the pic is woderful and tells it's own story! Best wishes, FrancescoM

Kim Slonaker
Nicely exposed shot, Wilson. I seem to remember a similar one from awhile ago - am I losing it?

Marina Cano
Beautiful Wilson!

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all so far for your feedback, and yes, this was pulled out from a June folder that I was about to archive to CD (year end house cleaning.) Here are the other images from same outing in my PN folder. ^_^

A.K. Sircar
Admirable composition and a marvellous capture.7/7

Wilson Tsoi
Tony, Francesco, Allon, A.K., and Brad, thanks for your feedback. Appreciate it. Francesco, well said. That really set the stage. ^_^

Gunnar Karl Gunnlaugsson
Impressive composition with this sky and this beautiful colors, best regards Best Regards GKG.

Subramanian Shunmuganathan
beautiful sunset.

Eduardo Agustin Carrasco

very nice shoot

Wilson Tsoi
A silhouette at sunset, thoughts? Works for you? Title suggestion? Unmanipulated, wholely organic, naturally aspirated, etc. ^_^

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