(2 years and 67 days ago)
I like how this image "whispers" spring with a few pops of colour. Is it level though? Check that bridge in the background it looks slanted to the right a touch. This photo leaves me with a feeling of wanting to be there, to breathe in the fresh air....looks like nature is waking up. Delightful.
I've straightened the photo a bit but I think that the slant of the viaduct is due to perspective. It was once used by a little train carrying potatoes to the city. Yes, nature is waking up, the birds are singing and the frogs love songs are deathening (but cheerful). Pollen flies everywhere and makes me sneeze, which adds to the musical atmosphere.
Bless you. How do they get potatoes to the city nowadays? I also like the balanced feel to this photo...the sky and the pond.
Nowadays, mules and donkeys. But they cannot cross the river. At this place, the bags of potatoes are stacked on a canoe. On the other side of the river, the farm workers make a chain which goes to the city, throwing the bags to eachother. Hard work, low pay...
Thanks for that....appreciate your talking to me.
Just kidding... Nowadays trucks replace train transportation. More pollution but more competitiveness, as they say
Hey, I'm traveling in a country where women still carry wood on their heads and tea sacks on their head as well.
Well well, that's what I remembered reading your reply... I could carry a couple of Lipton's tea bags on my head, but no more.
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(2 years and 65 days ago)
Wow how wonderfully vast is this image and one could do a lot of walking on a sunny day. I think if you had followed the horizontal cut rule of photography you would have a stronger photograph with more impact on the dunes. Cutting an image in half like that makes it a little less exciting visually....however, rules are for fools as they say and this may have been your artistic choice. A bit more contrast would have highlighted the dunes...the bends and shadows. I like the gentle pastel colour palette....a gentle photograph. Very nice.
What photography horizontal cut rule? the horizon is not in the middle... Do you mean that my third is not a real third? there you're rignt
2/3 and 1/3 is "old school" think I'm giving myself away. Here is more information for you http://www.mujahidurrehman.com/the-rule-of-thirds-in-photography/
Yes, your third is not a real third...but hey, I always bow to artistic prerogative.
Just for you and for Mujahidureehman, I've cut out my pretty little cloud.
.......and I thought I was hallucinating. Yeah, don't you like it better too?
I'm not hallucinated but yes I do
I like the way you considered your composition with the path staying true to the rule of 3's. Can you see you have a tilt of the horizon line to the L you need to take down this photo and straighten it. Also, look in the bushes on the L side (viewer's left) can you see you have clipping or block up. Block up is the opposite of blow out except it is black and you have lost all detail...it is black. That is due to exposure calibration. Are you shooting on A mode or M mode? If you switch to manual you will have much more creative power over your camera. The photo is really nice and exudes a place of peace, and that would be paradise for me.
You managed to catch all the sparkling diamonds, including the pretty one smiling back at you. A wonderful memory photo that will hold a special place in the family album.
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