Fantastic image, Mario! (as usual!)Vitto
Is rotating an image allowed or is it considered digital manipulation?
Looking at Anke is always a pleasure, thanks.Oh, congrats for the win! :-)
An amazing example of creativity, well done!
Ciao Begonia selvaggia!Congratulazioni per l'ottimo piazzamento: devo dire che comprendo molto bene il desiderio del tuo soggetto di partecipare al dialogo delle tre signore (ero l'unico figlio maschio con tre sorelle e vivo ancora con tre donne, moglie e due figlie!)Felice di incontrarti ancora in giro per i forumStammi bene :-)Vitto
A humorous glance at a very common "subject", simple and funny.And a perfect title too :-)Very well done, congrats.
Magnetic, beautiful eyes!Great job visualizing the crop and a very good PP: you have a great "eye"! :-)Congrats
Thanks Yuki! :-)
LOL, only one half star?The sandbaggers did a very poor job!! :-)Beautiful photo (and model too ;-) )Congrats
Beautiful, you made a really great job!Forget the low votes, people tend to give them to the "potential" winners and you can be proud of them! :-) Very sad but usually true :-(Take care
VittoDigital: From "Specifications": USB3 5 GBit/secFrom "Body and design": USB2Could you please clarify? Thanks
Thanks Nonac.Then Barney should fix the specification as they still say USB3.
From "Specifications": USB3 5 GBit/secFrom "Body and design": USB2Could you please clarify? Thanks
Simply sstunning! Love it!Congrats
Great entry Roman!Still getting very nice results from your "obsolete" gears! :-)Congrats
LOL!: 1x0,5 and 1x1 star on this???? Somebody needs to have their eyes (and brains) re-calibrated!Beautiful photo, congrats!
Ciao Wildbegonia, congratulazioni per l'ottimo piazzamento!! :-)Great "capture the moment" à la HCB, love it!Vitto
Beautiful light! Love the contrast between the bright colours in the light and the almost monochromatic stone in the shadow. Well done!
Hi Benbos, I really liked your photo: the juxtaposition between the old, little Church and the modern buildings works very well.It's a pity you couldn't have a better point of view: a complete view of the Church could give you a much better result in the challenge.Take careVitto
Beautiful! Love the contrast of the little Church and the mountain on the bg.Very well done.