by Tsoi Wilson

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Gallery: Flowers & Nature

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Nature

Published: Tuesday 8th of August 2006 11:35:52 PM


Howard Dion
I like this but, and it is a small but, the top left bothers my eye. I'm wondering about a different orientation.

Sondra Kicklighter
Beautiful comp and colors, love the swirl of the rushing water, well seen and captured. Cheers, Sondra

Paula Grenside
What a beauty, Wison. I see an excellent photo and a lot of poetry in this.

cyrus K
Wilson, These thre are all excellent. Beautiful layer works here and I think it was a good idea to mute the highlights in the water. Just a suggestion, think about the possibility of cloning that upper dark peace of rock or Maybe somehow tone it down. Cheers.

Julio Segura Carmona
6/6 Belleza de imagen, magnifica luz, perfecto encuadre y color, con excelente composicion, saludos cordiales Wilson.

Esther Valentino
beautiful image, very enticing

Linda Keagle
The swirling movement, the color combination and the composition make for an unusual image, WIlson. I like it!

Kim Slonaker
Wow, these last three images are very appealing! The colors are very rich and saturated and pop off the screen.

Colin Carron
Wilson, I like the stream of water behind the flower. It looks as though the flower's life is being carried off by the water.

Daria Barteneva
7/7 Great composition! I like it very much! Nice colours and I like the exposure you use and the effect it have on water. I like the original version (witout left crop) because it give more feeling of movement of river. Thank you for sharing

Ruud Albers
Really beautiful work, Wilson! Best regards, Ruud.

Wilson Tsoi
"Fallen." Nothing Last Forever Past its prime, a tropical flower peacefully rests in a stream (Uhau Iole.)

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