Published: Tuesday 24th of May 2005 08:31:51 AM
Me too. ;o) I'm not submitting mine for critique either. Another nice Picture Wilson. Keep it up! :o) DK.
7/7 Excellent! I'm not submitting mine for critique either.
Wilson, the graphic artist strikes again.
excellent image..beautiful colour!!!!
Fantastic image! You did a great job on this one.
Nice image, Wilson!
Cool The Center House is neat to shoot from, wise choice in lens for this one. I like what you did with the colors and lens flare adds gives it that sci-fi look. Well done Wilson.
HI Wilson, Very nice Wilson.
I noticed that you did not submit this photograph for critique. Wise choice...It is seems that abusers/revenge raters/jealousy raters are using the Annonymous Ratings to hide themselves.
Wonderful! Great composition and colors! Exellent!
Beautiful!!! 7/7 Wilson, another fantastic piece! Best regards.
Exceptionally well conceived. All the more astounding when you realize how old the space needle is. This has such a futuristic feel to it. Excellent clarity and detail.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Very nice perspective view. The colors are wonderful!
Those colours are stunning against the night sky. Another superb shot! Congrats!
Wils I'm so impressed with how you keep coming up with so much original material from this structure. Very cool. I'm also disinclined to subject my images to the brutality of the critique forum. There's been a big change since the anonymity feature. If I need some abuse, I'll just give my ex-wife a call.
I like the needle series, that one no exception. ( and the bio image...)
Please, please tell me you are trying to market these images of the needle!! I can't believe anyone else has taken such brilliantly colored, abstract-looking shots of it.
7-7 excellent image.congrats..
Typically Tsoistic image. Heartiest congratulations.
Wilson Sure do like your eye on these...Well done.
Another excellent night shot, Wilson. Regards...
Nice image, Wilson. Cheers, Sondra
Brilliant slashes of colour - looks like a still from a sci-fi movie.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I love this!! The rounded lines in the foreground adds great interest!
Thank you all for your feedback . . . Sorry I didn't reply right away . . . HOWARD: Thank you for checking this out. RICHARD: Appreciate your enthusiasm! JAY: Thanks. I was actually going to put it up for critique request, but ran out of time late at night and just wanted to get to bed. When I read your comment, then I decided to leave this as is and see what the difference might be in comparison to a previous posting through critique request. It certainly doesn't make sense to have partial rating annonymity, doesn't it? CURTIS: Thanks. I am thinking about submitting every other image to critique request just to see how the two parallel worlds differ in terms of feedback. FRANK: Thanks for commenting. It can be fun down there. D.K.: Thank you for your feedback. I guess the feeling runs strong around here. I think they should just have all the names revealed. What's there to hide? Really. JERRY: Thank you for your compliment. IGOR: Thanks, Igor. FRANCISCO: So glad you like it! JAYME: Thanks for check this out, Jayme. KIM T: Appreciate your feedback, Kim. KEN: Why thanks, Ken! I also do not think anonymity feature is right. Hopefully the admin will make adjustment on the fly again. KIM S: Hey, wanna be my marketing manager? ^_^ PULOK: Thank you always for taking the time to look at my images. I appreciate it. TAMTAM: Thanks, thanks! MARIA: Thank you for your comment. AMAL: Thanks for your kind compliment. COLIN: Appreciate your feedback. Indeed I hand sci-fi in mind. Thanks! DAVID: Thank you for your kind feedback. The darn thing is over 40 years old. Amazing, ain't it?! PNINA: Thanks for dropping in, Pnina. SONDRA: Thanks! DENNIS: You're too kind. Wilson ^_^
Thanks, Lou Ann. Glad you do. School out yet? Haven't seen you around lately. Hope all is well. ^_^
ok, well i guess i'm not allowed to express my opinion
Nice image, jitka