I'm always on the lookout for good winter scenes. This is a good one.
Meets the challenge very well. Good photo journalism.
I like the Mig 15 picture. Wish we had an F-86 Saber Jet to go with it. Two of my favorites.
I love rodeo and that shot captures the essence.
I don't see how this one meets the actual goals of the challenge.
I love minimalist images. In this case less is more. This is a beautiful image. I wish I had done it.
Good ink. Bright colors, clean lines and good contrast. And, oh yeah, a beautiful young lady.
Who cares what the biologists call it. Sometimes names just get in the way. What it really is is a beautiful and extremely well done image with a surprise built into it.
Incredible… and edible.
A beautiful image exceptionally well done. I wish I had done it. It definitely has the painterly quality. But, I'm wondering about the macro requirement in the challenge rules?
I wonder if a system of throwing out the highest and the lowest votes for an image might produce a more realistic result.
It's your art and you can do it any way you want to.
It's a beautiful picture and I really like the composition and detail. But… the first thing I noticed is that the horizon level gives the appearance of sloping ever so slightly to the right. Maybe I'm just too sensitive to that. Personally, I would have to fix it.
I love the old Hollywood promotional portraits of this style. And I love doing them. Yours is an excellent example. It was so much easier doing these with PS3 when the spotlight effect was available in filters. I really miss that filter. So much so that I keep two Mac computers on my desk. Once in a while I'll do a portrait and transfer it to the old Mac and do a b&w spotlight effect on it. They always get oohs and aahs from viewers.
Makes me dizzy just thinking about it. Good shot.
Exceptionally well done and conveys the challenge message precisely.
perfect. Beautifully done columbine.
This is a beautiful location but the first thing I notice is the tilted horizon line. Also, the blurred foreground is a distraction. A little attention to detail and some judicious cropping could have improved this picture.
And she's still a great looking babe, Clal. Congratulations to both of you. My wife and I spent our R&R in Hawaii in 1968. We've been married 53 years now and she's still a great looking babe, too.
Congratulations on a job extremely well done.