Published: Tuesday 1st of February 2005 03:27:44 AM
Interesting shot. I like it! Keep up the good work.
Marta Eva LLamera
Simply Perfect work! like usual. Best Wishes.
interesting view, like looking through a window to some eerie guys walking by. Of course the moon puts life into it, without it would be more static and dead. Regards!
Love it - strong lines and nice curves make for an interesting abstract effect, with the moon to give it realism.
World Expo This is excellent! I was expecting a photo something different, until I looked at the exposure date, I went to the World Expo and I think I was 4 yrs. old, even though its not what I expected I am so NOT disappointed, as this is very good work. 7/7 Susanna c. Clapsadle
Simple and elegant and enjoyable to look at. Your Intro makes it sound like you went out with the G3 and took a few causal handheld snapshots. This G3 camera must really be an amazing piece of hardware (LOL).
Thanks to all . . . Thanks for your honest feedback. GAVIN: Glad you like it. ANDREA: You're right, the moon adds life. Just be careful of RE walking behind you. ^_^ HOWARD: Always appreciate your feedback. Yes, it's a workhorse at the office, but never get to seen real action in the field. I actually took it out to play again after work today. Poor thing. BILIANA: Thanks for your enthusiasm. MARTA: Thanks. Hope it's not too usual. ;^) KIM: Thanks. Well said. ^_^ WIM: So glad for your visit. I really miss the Netherlands even this time of the year. MERIWETHER: Thanks for commenting. Wils ^_^
What a nice combination of different elements Wilson. It looks very good!
Watermark of Merni
Great photograph! Good title as well.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Great!! This is an interesting shot ... and gives the viewer lots to look at and consider in regards to the composition. :-)
Sue, Lou Ann, Thank you both for your feedback. Sue, quite a story!
Excellent composition. Very well done.
"Yesterday's View of Tomorrow," an achitectural reflection. Reflecting yesteryear's idea of what future will look like. Arches of Seattle Pacific Science Center reflecting off a nearby building. Taken a G3 for a spin last Friday night. Feedback is welcome. Thanks.