Published: Saturday 30th of April 2005 07:07:06 PM
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Fabulous, Wilson ... yet again, a unique perspective with great color and detail!
Have you tried marketing any of these shots, Wilson? I have to think there is a market in Seattle for these images.
Are you on the ground focusing the camera while on the table tripod? I got to get out and try some of this...Love your eye. BTW, exposure, and composition are really tight.
Fiev Star Image: I don't like high places and this image gives me the feeling that being on the ground is better than being way, way, way up at the top.
That series is one of your best.many details here, and a very good partition of ellements colors and light.Pnina
Outstanding Wilson, a perfect perspective for this shot. You never cease to amaze me with your eye for photography. Cheers, Sondra
Wilson you are an expert in photographic these locations..well seen images...Keep up the good work.
You have a very good Eye Wilson! Very Nice picture! DK.
Wonderful dynamic composition and good colours.
Another very creative shot with great perspective.
really beautiful composition.greetings..
Your building shots have superb angle & great perspective, this is no exception. Great colours too.The shades of blue, black & gold blends very well.
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Great perspective .
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wow Wilson, what a perspective view. How'd you do that? Looks like you are inside the elevator shaft! Wonderful color and light. All thos leading lines, I feel I'm floating up!
Thank you all, HOWARD: Good thing this structure looks good from underneath, too. DENNIS: Yep. That's pretty much it. Good thing this camera has a flip screen. ^_^ KIM: Not yet, Kim. Hello, any marketing guru out there? PNINA: Thanks for your feedback! LOU ANN: Glad you like it. G-STEVE: Thanks. We all bring different things to the PN table, don't we? ^_^ RAKESH: Thanks for your visit. SONDRA: You're too kind with words, but thank you though. ^_^ LAURENT: Merci! DK: Thanks for your compliment, David. PETER: I only laid on my back once to take a photo of, "Giant Guard." It wasn't very comfortable. Thank goodness for a flip screen! COLIN: Very glad you like it. KEN: Appreciate your feedback, Doc. TAMTAM: Thank you, thank you! CHERLYN: Glad you like it. JAYME: Happy to hear the effect it has on you. Always fun hearing your perspective. CHiPs: Thanks. RICHARD: Thank you for taking the time. BRAD: Appreciate it! Wilson ^_^
The composition are exquisite & exposure are perfectly, nice tones, very well done! Best regards.
Marvelous capture, Wilson....!!!