Very cool impressionistic photo! Great job, Chantsign!
Love the symmetry and the photo looks great in B&W! Congratulations on a fantastic image and well-deserved win!Cheers,Mick
Outstanding photograph! Perfect timing and focus on this one. It looks like your aim is at least as good as the "Old Timer's". ;o) Great job and best of luck to you in the challenge!Mick
My, oh my! What a fantastic photo! Talk about being at the right place at the right time. Not only that, but you were prepared and educated enough to get this amazing shot! Bravo CO Boy!
Beautifully thought out and executed concept! This IS art! Bravo, Steve!
Made me smile! Awesome expression and great shot!
Love those blues! Awesome photo, Juergens!
Well done, Ruth! Beautifully executed image that fits the challenge perfectly. I love the way the sharp focus and the blurred background work together... really gives the photo a three dimensional feel!Cheers,Mick
Such a fine example! Congratulations on the winning photo!Cheers,Mick
Nice pose and expression on the kid's face. Great action shot!
Wonderfully executed image! Best of luck in the challenge!Cheers,Mick
Very striking image for sure! Congratulations on a wonderful capture, UncleFai!
What an outstanding picture with so much character! Unusual bird with funky green eyes and the angle you caught it at gives it a unique touch. Great job, cjf2!Mick
RuthC: Ever since 'The Eyes Have It' challenge opened for voting, this remarkable pair of eyes has been staring at me, glaring at me, watching me from its top place in the voting order, Batz. This is a wonderful capture by you, with so much detail and texture in the plumage, and colours, particularly in those mesmerising bright yellow and black eyes. A well-deserved win. Ruth :-)
I agree whole-heartedly... well deserved! Can't argue with a shot like that. Congratulations, Batz!
Cool to see those in the same frame for size reference. Great blue herons are big birds, but those storks are huge! I had no idea. Guess I should get out more. ;o) Very nice photo of drama in the marsh, so thanks for sharing!Mick
It's a lot easier on the other side of the lens, so way to go, for facing the lens. Looks like you've managed quite nicely on your first attempt... and even added a "creative streak" for good measure. ;o) Fine job and best of luck in this week's challenge.Take care,Mick
The Mick: Wonderful image! Well done and best of luck in the challenge!Mick
Hi anisah, Thank you for the reply. I agree, but that's how it goes here a lot of the time. Can't please 'em all. For what it's worth, your photo is still beautiful from my computer screen. ;o)Have a great day!Mick
Very intriguing image! It's a shame to see a high-end place like that destroyed. Wonder what happened?
Outstanding photo with all the right conditions present... the grumpy 'ole troll, the snow-covered mountain view, great foreground interest in those clumps of grass, and the sky a landscape photographer always dreams of. Way to go! Take care,Mick
Beautiful catch, Phil! Love the pose and reflection! ;o)Mick