Congrats!!!! I always wanted to take photo of these lights, but every time I was rushing for my connecting flights!!!!
Ian: There are many types of Photographers, there are the serious guys, who really know what's and enjoy using their equipment, there are the Jewellery guys who buy cameras to show off and feel important, but never seem to produce pictures. In my 45 years in the trade there are a lot of talkers that have a lot to say. Then there are some of the people you find on either camera clubs or on Forums, they talk with authority at great length, but none have any technical back ground, they love to tell people that there are problems with xxx camera/lens, but in some cases they do not own the piece of equipment. The fault finders are often sad and have no real life.. Photography is an art form and is enjoyable not for spending hours finding fault, enjoy and don't moan.
You summarized my thoughts, OldArrow.
Congrats!!! I tried this many shot times - but never got this beautiful
Glassblowing. Looks like it was too easy!!!
Excellent!! Very well deserved
Thanks to both of you. It is one of my favorite photos - shot while driving in Idaho.
I love this challenge!! Thanks for coming up with this idea!!!!
water falling, turned upside down
summicron: great shbot; location?
Thanks. It was shot at Parsippany, a small town in NJ.
Congrats!! My favourite!!
Nice play with lights! Congrats!!
Congrats!! Awesome!! Can't believe those 0.5 votes!!!
Congrats!! Great shot!!