Hi db.thanks for your comment. Yes, I have a spelling mistake. I appologize. deeply. it should read: 'sagrada'. doe's it disqualify my entry ? shall I withdraw it ?although in my opinion it does not seem to dim the grandeur of this monument, which will surely still stand long after we're all gone, with or without our spelling mistakes......well, this is a corrected picture.yes, I feel like shouting in capital letters. been there and it makes you shout......
db.: «Segrada» or, rather, «S*a*grada»? Shouting with Capital Letters or, rather, normal wrinting??
Hi db.thanks for your comment. Yes, I have a spelling mistake. I appologize. deeply. it should read: 'sagrada'. doe's it disqualify my entry ? shall I withdraw it ? although in my opinion it does not seem to dim the grandeur of this monument, which will surely still stand long after we're all gone, with or without our spelling mistakes......
I don't see anyone, we are safe....
go ahead son, explore the world.
I smell fish?....
l_objectif: Great shot! I love it! :-)
well, all have guest it right !it is a shot of cactus spines processed to 'negative'
half a tomatoe ?
a plastic cover for a dispenser with holes for spreading condiments or such
plastic cover of car light
Wildbegonia: Alien eye :), I mean, a car headlight
RaptorUK: Processing rules:
2. Add border, and give a detail on how you did that amazing work.
hello, RaptorUK.I added a boarder, maybe a thin one, but still it exists.and below the picture I explained that I am reflected in a giant soap bubble.this soap bubble is created while you stretch out from a rectangular box filled with soap water, a frame made of 2 side cords and the upper roll. when lifting this frame the soap bubble expands and looks like a colourful mirror, but a mirror that distorts your image.kids' stuff......from a science museum for kids, like I wrote above.
sean000: I really like this shot, but I would also be tempted to play with it a little. To see what it looks like with a lot more clarity (steeper S-Curve), or converted to a B&W or toned B&W. Then again I like it the way it is... the 2-dimensional flatness kind of makes a neat effect that makes beach, water, and sky blend together.
THANKS !I didn't change anything on purpose, because it is 1:1 with that day and weather when taken. complete HAZE. the whole world seemed hazy and off colour. I am aware that some mild manipulation, even a bit of contrast can beautify it, but it will not be true to life, for me. it is a natural abstract.
jezsik: Beautiful treatment with the B&W!
thanks so much !
Victor Engel: Cockatiel?
yes, it is.
slightlygreen: Is that Azrieli in Tel Aviv?
yes it is !
Starsta: I just want to tell you that I really like your picture. Well done!
fotografiasol: Hi! In the challenge “Sunset in the city II”, please, provide a title and the name and country of the city. Thanks you for your submissions. Yours, fotografiasol.
thanks so much. i did withdraw and post again with name of the city.thanks