tadaocern does this kind of thing far far better.
Gorgeous shot. Should have been #1.
tedolf: I hope that this is a family member.
This is a very unflattering/derogatory pose for a woman.
"Birdie" is also a derogatory word for a woman in UK affiliated countries.
"Look at the Birdie" is the title of the challenge, not of the photo. I think you are bringing a lot of your own baggage into your interpretations of this photo. Looks like classic street photography to me & apparently lots of others. (Though I'm sure the way things are going street photography will one day be banned for being politically incorrect.)
Love these flowers. They have a delicate beauty & an unbelievable fragrance.
Love it. Love Siameses.
Wonderful. Shoulda won!
Fabulous shot. What breed is this? Looks like a short-haired pointer with the ears of a coon hound. Love it.
Wow. Stunning shot!
"detail" might work better. :)
Agree with all the plus remarks.Nice-looking piece of hardware too.Still love my LX3.
MtnBikerCalif: Is a µ4/3s sensor but not a µ4/3s camera? I don't see the markings for that on the camera.
Bigger question: will this lens work on the GX7?
All Panny LX cams use built-in lenses.
The bitter pettiness of the most "popular" comments on this article perfectly illustrates the pathetic state of amateur photography (or, preferably as a category: camera ownership) these days. Small wonder the majority of talented members of DPR left the site long ago .
What's a "DSC02865"?
Jogger: I dont like the super exaggerated perspective from the near-fisheye lenses on the drones.
Better look away, then. You'll probably find plenty of more comfortable images to look at.
davids8560: I just want a Sony RX100 Mark III because they say it's the best, and it probably is the best, and I only want the best whatever. Because everybody knows only the best cameras take good pictures, and people who have the best things are smarter and better than those who don't. N-yeh!!!!
Hey, you're right, I never thought of that.I'll have to order one today.
Solar Ben: Great job on processing, looks awesome.
Thanks! Much appreciated.
Yes, this is a well-deserved win. Definitely a world-class landscape.
Congratulations! I'm curious as to how you determined the correct exposure, if you wouldn't mind sharing.
Subtle this ain't. Therefore destined to win.