Published: Friday 31st of December 2004 07:49:08 AM
Wilson, a wonderful image and yes, a global catastrophe needs a global response. regards - Colin
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Very original, very Wilson! I like this a lot. Proof, the world IS flat! LOL Keep reminding everyone, Colin is right, a global response is needed. Thanks Wilson!
Very original image in your style. The lady in red pants is to good to be true, yet there she is! I prefer the right side up version over the up side down version. Happy New Year, Howard
Wilson....happy happy New year to you, too!
reversed angle i prefer the reversed angle, it allow onlookers to stop by and look the image carefully. also i like the triangle drown by the reversed base and the reflected top. cheers
You never cease to amaze me.
FYI, an original orientation. I'm sorry to bother you all, but just in case you haven't already bugged you, please do consider helping out the Asia Tsunami victims by making your kind, generous donations to www.worldvision.org, www.unicef.org, www.redcross.org, or any other organization assisting in the relief effort. Thank you very much and may your New Year be healthy, wealthy, and rewardingly spiritual. ^_^
VERY NICE AND ORIGINAL!!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
I like the bottom to top... Happy new year Wilson. Pnina
CR: Rather good reflected, the people :-)) REgards
Great! And Happy Photographic New Year!!
I prefer the bottom up version, just because the reflection is so strong. I tried a crop to isolate the reflection, but it doesn`t improve the shot, leave it as it is. Very imaginative, creative work. Happy New Year !
I love this reflection Wilson.. Best shot from Last 3 posted.. Well done and Thx for your Input..
Personally, I think I like the original a little better but not by much. Another very nice effort and great result. From what I've heard from the media, the donations for relief for the victims are setting new records. A very worthwhile cause, indeed.
Thank you all fellow PNers for your feedback. Have a great 2005! ^_^
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Interesting orientation, Wilson. It works! The colors and the detail are great!!
Thanks, Lou Ann. It's this kind of shot that intrigue me, and more so on how different peoples' responses are. ^_^
"Top to Bottom," an alternate world . . . ? "Top to Bottom," an alternate world . . . Reflection of a Thai pagoda ("Jedi,") in Bangkok. Thoughts?