Published: Monday 18th of April 2005 11:24:04 PM
This would be a great ad for alcohol abuse prevention. Looks like a view you would have from the sidewalk. Definitely the angle makes this.
Now this I like. Very shinny and colorful and angled just right.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- your night scenes are always so creative. I really like the wide expanse of foreground with the blue & red leading me right into the market! Super job!
7/7 clear photo, very beautiful colors and reflection. changing camera angel is your great point in this work, if u took this photo with normal position I would rated 5/5! ;)
77 The reflections are really excelents, and i like very much the composition. regards
very good image..original cut!!!!
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
You captured the image with beautiful light .I like this angle very much !
Wilson Thank you for your comments on my photos. You make superb works one after another. It's a very big joy for me to see your photos. So don't work hard, don't drink too much, sleep well everynight and take care of yourself ("Don't walk at night" is omitted).
You must get some strange looks taking these... I'd say its worth it.
Nice deep colors and unique "Tsoi" angle....
I love the DOF and wet reflection floor. Of course, the angle you took this image is Super. Wilson, Thank you for visiting me. I still need somtime for full recovery. But i can still enjoy looking at photos like yours. What a blessing.
Watermark of Merni
I love the lights both on the signs and in the reflections. Very beautiful and full of such depth. Excellent composition !
Thanks y'all, MOHAMMAD: Thank you for your kind words. KIM: Indeed I have difficulty shooting an image squared up. Gonna have to invest in a bubble-level thingy to put on top of the camera . . . wait, there isn't a hot shoe on an A80. No wonder. ^_^ HOWARD: Very glad you like it. JAYME: Thanks. The wide expanse was a courtesy of a wide angle converter. FRANCESCO: Always honored by your visit. CHiPs: Always grateful of your visit. HIROYA: Well, thanks. Ditto about your work, too. You certainly have some wonderful night captures yourself! STEPHEN: Sadly, I get strange looks even without taking photos . . . SPENCER: Dude, get well and chill out on the pix. Only view them if they help. Trust that your recovery is swift and full. CAMILO: Thanks for your kind feedback. WATERMARK: Very glad you like it and I'm always appreciate your feedback. DENNIS: Thank you much for your kind comment! Wilson ^_^
Wils Vivid and eye catching colors with a great reflection. Love the tilted composition that gives more interest. Very nice.
Wallpaper Candidate ! Wilson, Cruising through your portfolio & looking for a bad photo is an exercise in futility. You've brought all the elements here together quite nicely. This would not work on a dry night. Excellent depth here mostly due to the extreme DOF & the refection filled foreground. It could be argued that a hint of light in the sky area would be an asset but I'm not in an arguing mood so will just sit back & enjoy this one for a while. Mind if I use it for my wallpaper for a while? I mean, I have photos of my own I could use but they aren't as good as this one. Best, LM.
Ken, Len, Thanks for the positive feedback. For your personal enjoyment, please go ahead an use as your screensaver. In fact, here's a horizontal version (with blue sky) that might work better as screen saver. ^_^
Fantastic colors, reflection and angle. Very beautiful. I like the angle more than the other features of this photograph. Once again, fantastic!!
"A Night at Pike Place." After all these years, first time shooting Seattle's Pike Place Market. Feedback is welcome.