"Hold On to Handrails"

by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Travel, USA, Seattle

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Category: Travel

Published: Thursday 24th of February 2005 06:27:34 AM


Lee Jianmin
Wilson, though I never been there before. But I have the honour to tour around this place. Very nice composition. you certainly got an good eye. Congrats. 7/7

Howard Dion
Wilson's Differentiator: You creative sense for beauty and ability to control graphic design really comes out in this series of images. These two factors differentiate you from the rest of the pack.

Dave K
Great angle on this shot.. Well Done!!!

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Great colors and angle, Wilson. The lights along the stairs and the railing on the other side lead the eye into the image. And the needle is very well placed in the composition.

Jerry Ting - Fremont/SF Bay Area
Wilson, a shot with unique perspective and great colors.

Kim Slonaker
An almost dizzying effect, Wilson. Did you shoot something similar before? I seem to remember the lights and handrail on the right side. Am I crazy? Anyway, nice color saturation and very creative view.

Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Wilson ! Now all I need is a 34" Plasma TV to showcase this beautiful image ..Beautifully expose !

Pnina Evental
Wilson, I like the complex of materials , and the different forms composed here. Interesting angle as well. Good series of works. Pnina

Scott Jenkins
Very Nice Great composition, very complex shot to pull off without being busy or confused. The colors have great range. The blue has punch, allow the tower to contrast. While the foreground geometry walks your eyes to the tower. - Always great work. Regards, Scott

Ken Beilman
Wils Another very good addition to the the series. Very creative, as usual, and well executed.

Gaetan Chevalier
7/6 The perspective is so beautiful and original. Great colors and nice details. Bravo.

Walter Tatulinski
I'm hanging on...let's go! You really do a great job these Wilson! The subject, color, composition, POV, your PS skill; everything welds together into a powerful, arresting experience for the viewer. Very Good photograph! Regards.

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you much for your feedback . . . SPENCER: Glad this series can be a virtual tour for you, even though it's only at night time. BILIANA: I'm happy that you like it. LOU ANN: Thanks for your comment as usual. PETER: Appreciate your feedback. HOWARD: Even though the, "Differentiator," doesn't have the same ring as the "Terminator," I'll take it nevertheless. ^_^ DAVE: Thanks for checking this out! CHiPs: Thanks for your feedback always. No such luck with a 34" Plasma for me yet though. PHINA: Thanks. Admittedly, a lot of credit goes to Frank Gehry for the EMP and to Edward Carlson for the Needle. JERRY: Thanks for your feedback always. SCOTT: Really great to know you like this. ZAFAR: Thanks for looking. No, I didn't sprain my neck, but if I did, I guess I know who to go to! KEN: Always value your feedback. KIM: Maybe you need Dr. Zafar to take a look (the head for dizzyness.) Good memory, Kim. There is one in the series, "Color of the Nights," (click, "Friday Night at Seattle Center" link at top,) that was taken from the same proximity and similarly includes the EMP and the Needle, but you will quickly find that that's pretty much where the similarity ends. GAETAN: Merci, as always. WALTER: Thank you much for taking the time and commenting. I defnitely appreciate your kind words. Wilson ^_^

Wilson Tsoi
"Hold on to the Handrails." Please view LARGER due to lots of JPG compression. Another in the Friday Night at Seattle Center. Critiques are welcome.

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