Published: Saturday 26th of March 2005 03:22:01 AM
Okay amazing photo dude. I have a new name for this image. How about Chickadee and Chickadoo. Chickadee is the girl building and Chickadoo is the boy building.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
7/7 COOL, Wilson!!!! What a fabulous sense of perspective this shot gives!!!!! FABULOUS!!!! I love the colors. You've been doing fabulous night images lately. Bravo (again!!!)!!!!
Nice colors and angle as usual Wilson.
Oh! Great angle, great colours!
superb. excellent image.congrats.
Alejandro Emilio Fernandez
Unmistakeably WT! I like the perspective and the added punch from the round window on the left.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Ok.... I am imagining just what position you were in when you took this picture. Flat on your back? What a wonderful perspective, not only up but angled. The color is remarkable and the composition & exposure is perfect. Wonderful! I'm not giving you a 7/7, not because you don't deserve it, I fear I have given you more than PN allows in 7/7 and mine might be deleted as the rating police monitor the ratings. So how about 7/6? Maybe it will stick! But definately a 7/7 in my book.
Watermark of Merni
Excellent ! Sharp! I love this angle and seeing shape take form with color.
very original prospective!!!!!!!
Jos Van Poederooyen
Awesome Look up to the Heavens and see the beauty in our world on the way . . . great eyes, Wilson...great eyes!
Thank you much for your feedback LOU ANN: Thanks for your enthusiastic feedback. ASLA: Glad you like it. COLIN: Appreciate your feedback always. HOWARD: Good one, o master story teller. ^_^ RICHARD: So glad you like it. TAMTAM TAMTAM: Thank you, thank you. JAYME: Again the advantage of a digital compact's flip screen comes in to play. I attached a wide angle adapter to the tabletop tripod mounted Canon A80, placed the combo on the ground, aimed it skyward while composing with the flip screen, and fired with the 2-sec self-timer. As for the rate, don't worry about it. I'd say whatever one feels like rating, go right ahead. ^_^ CALVIN: Thanks. ALEJANDRO: Gracias. TONY: Thanks again for your feedback. WATERMARK: Very glad you like it. PETE: Same way I feel about Seattle sometimes. Maybe you need to visit Seattle and teach the natives here a thing or two. ^_^ FRANCESCO: Thanks!!!!! ADA: So glad you like it. Thank you also for the name of the Dutch painter! OLIVER: Glad you enjoy this. JOS: Appreciate your compliments! DENNIS: Thanks. Night timed exposures are sure fun. Glad you'd consider this approach next time. CURTIS: Thanks for checking this out. Wilson ^_^
WIlson, perfect visual angle, great perspective, beautiful colors & exquistite composition! 7/7 Best regards.
Excellent shot, Wilson. You've created a dreamworld. Magnificent colours, light and angle.7/7
Great light.. great angle.. well exposed.. 7/7
Wilson I do love night timed exposures... Really good angle and colors are great. Sharp too. Never really thought to shoot one like this...but just have to try one now...well done.
7/7 Great perspective and composition!
Wils Awesomely creative, well executed, and great perspective. Here's a 7/7 by me.
Ken, Jon, Thank you for your feedback. ^_^
great perspective... nice colour
Fantastic angle, kudos. By the way you have an impressive portfolio..
definitely very unique shot, love the colors.
Superb Execution! Fantastic image! I love the two-tone red and blue sky with both sun and (moon?).
Chicago's world famous Sears Tower. Hoping to capture the Sears Tower in a unique way. Works? Feedback is welcome.