Your images and notes have convinced me that Bremen is a great place to visit. In the well framed main, the couple make a fine focal point. It's also interesting to see the distant image of the local protector of municipal rights. Here it is states rights vs federal rights. It is amazing how well you put the LV together with no hint of color changes to define separation and all of the building's vertical lines straight. It was also fun to pick out the protector and the cute couple. Were they with you? GLF, Patricia
Buin (2019/10/22 05:18:39): Yes, they are former colleagues.Buin (2019/10/22 05:18:34): Yes, they are former colleagues.
Those are beautiful boats, I'm guessing they are very old and made of teak. The curtain of leaves is also very attractive while the framing is a bit chopped up but I'm guessing there was a reason. Perhaps this got the best full view of one boat. SAA, Pat
C'est tout un spectacle! Cela convient bien au TOM. L'affichage est-il fait à la fois de lumière et d'eau? J'ai cherché le point de vue plus large mais je ne l'ai pas trouvé.
guillaumejm (2019/10/21 20:45:11): If you follow the map link and look on opposite side of saint laurent river, on right hand, on quebec city side. You will have along the arbor the Abraham martin street. You will see silos of BUNGE company I guess (I'm then not sur it grain silos :) ).
JMarcguillaumejm (2019/10/21 20:41:01): Bonsoir
La version plus large est ici : https://www.photofolia.net/frame/19696/night-on-quebec-city-over-the-st-laurent/
It is in fact only light along illuminated grain silos
marvelous view of this orchid with the many flowers in evidence against the green BG. nice explanatory note too. orchids native from my town are in bloom at this moment.
here we are facing the drought with intense heat, despite the fast rains we have had they aren't enough to increase the level of the rivers and wells.
achei que era copacabana. haha.
a posição da lua nessa vista é fabulosa. muito boa a qualidade da foto com uma nitidez perfeita. mais uma bela peça para a sua galeria. uma pena que talvez esse site esteja para morrer.
lovely image with these golden clouds reflected in the waters. nice elements as the barrier of pine trees. very special view.
here we are facing a drought and even the fast rains we have had aren't enough to increase the level of the waters in the streams and wells.
plimrn (2019/10/21 20:07:29): Eles estão falando sobre a seca aqui também, mas choveu o suficiente durante o verão e fomos poupados dos incêndios
I like the way you were able to capture the tree silhouettes against the dark blue sky while the inclusion of the tripod makes this qualify for photo journalism. The light rings are an interesting idea, stumbling around in the dark is the main drawback in night photography, still it's easier to do it in a group. Regards, Pat
Wonderful close-up detail this big boy's face. You even got a catch light.You managed this image really well. It is hard to catch these fellows alone. Funny, I don't think I've heard one bugle. Guess when they are around here, they're not rutting. HLJ x4, Pat
Well you certainly got fine detail in those neck feathers, much better that I've gotten and they fish right in front of my house. I love the classic otter pose as well. I have rarely seen otters around here; only one big territory fight. Looking forward to meeting Lucy too. HLJ x4, Pat
Cormorants are common in San Diego so naturally I best admire the swan. You're getting some nice fall colors too. Spring and fall are great times for seeing unusual birds, a poor Varied Thrush (Oregon's state bird) was trying to hide from the snow under my car yesterday. Regards, Pat
A fascinating photo - and a wonderful creature. All its posture shows the total concentration on the hunt and the heron stands wonderfully out against the blurred background. The complementary picture is a nice addition. Both are photos to be proud of - knowing about the weather conditions. Photography at its best, really ...
Greetings from autumnal grey and wet Germany!
A beautiful series. I especially like the rendering of the colours, really gorgeous colours and the play of light and shadows in the morning sun. Once again a proof that the early bird catches the worm. The pictures showing snowflakes offer a strong contrast to the colourful autumn foliage - and they show where it goes ...
Greetings from autumnal grey and wet Germany!
Have a nice week!
Marvelous series with golden & red leaves. The light on them turn magic.
Are you having snow already ? Here it is still warm (around 16 °C in the day. But it turned to be very rainy.
What a lovely photo! The beautiful clouds and their clear reflections are the main attractions of the photo, but also the almost silhouetted trees on the other side of the river and the green grasses on the foreground add a lot to the beauty of the photo, which also has a pleasant composition. You ate living in a beautiful, near to nature place!
plimrn (2019/10/20 23:51:44): I really am very fortunate
I like your selection for the main post. There a lot of things here that make this image work. 1) the perspective with the rail line and platform. 2) Life, humans doing their everyday thing. 3) You really get a much better feeling for the weather in this image and its depth. Overall a much better image. The CI looks to be just a snap - sorry for being so brutal. There is nothing really to hold the viewers attention.
plimrn (2019/10/20 23:19:21): No, the specificity is important for learning. Thank you
This is what I miss not being Colorado even though most of the trees are aspens. Up in the mountains at very specific locations you can get aspens from that "golden" yellow all the way to the maple orange/red. You did a good job getting up early to capture the city coming to life. I "fav'ed" it just because I love those autumn colors, smells, and tastes. I guess you can guess my favorite season is autumn.
Look forward to seeing you two.
plimrn (2019/10/21 01:34:30): Thank you I'm honored. I remember that great fall image from the Portland Japanese gardensplimrn (2019/10/20 23:58:33): I'm honored and I had a lot of fun too
Ma mère avait l'habitude de cultiver le Zinnia et ils étaient vraiment aussi brillants que votre image. Je pense qu'elle les a aimés pour leur utilisation dans les fleurs pour son église. En atelier, réduire la saturation du rouge permet un peu plus de détail dans la fleur mais détruit le vert. Votre Joker est parfait.
guillaumejm (2019/10/20 10:03:33): Merci pat
Je trouvais cette fleur si lumineuse malgré un jour plutôt gris.
Désolé je suis si tard pour cette belle série. La principale est aussi ma préférée avec les nombreuses couches de couleurs alors que votre image verticale me donne presque le vertige.
En n ° 3, la manière dont vous avez encadré le lointain pinacle avec le rocher de premier plan est très efficace et je continue à profiter de votre gestion efficace du ciel difficile. L’effondrement de votre pont définit l’inconvénient principal de cette terre brillante. En six ans, je n'ai jamais vu une telle forestation luxuriante dans le sud-ouest des États-Unis. Ce canal d'irrigation en pierre est incroyable! Quand j'ai cherché sur Google, "canal d'irrigation en pierre", le match le plus proche était Inca et il manquait l'énorme travail de pierre ciselé que vous montrez.
Je vois que le n ° 8 est une vue rapprochée des fleurs blanches que j’admirais dans l’ensemble; Je pense que ce doit être une version de la famille Woodrose (ciste?). Au début, j’ai pensé que c’était peut-être un pavot matilija, une plante que je me souviens du camp d’été comme un œuf au plat. Cette plante peu gourmande en eau est récemment devenue populaire en Californie du Sud.
Le détail rapproché du n ° 9 est un ajout important, tandis que votre image verticale du n ° 10 a tout pour plaire: du ciel attrayant à la falaise rouge et blanche et à la forêt luxuriante au premier plan en pierre dorée.
plimrn (2019/10/21 21:58:19): It's how I learnguillaumejm (2019/10/20 10:05:50): Thank's a lot pat for this detailed review.
Always much appreciated.