KeesSmeele

KeesSmeele

Lives in Netherlands Netherlands
Joined on Oct 9, 2014

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  • To me the picture represents old versus new. The authentic wooden cabin beilng the old and the flowering azalea being the new. i took a twist with your picture to see if i could let the flowers ...
  • It has all been said in the previous comments, well spotted and executed. And definitely interesting!
  • Yes, this weathert is typical for this time of year around here. In minutes in can change from bleu skies and sun to temperature drops and clouds, rain and hail. inspired by your trees I have ...
  • Replied in Redgum. Boles.
    These are impressive tress, Mike. Placing your (I presume) Suzette and dogs near the tree gives us a good impression of the dimensions.
  • That is an impressive pack of clouds. Colors are beautiful balanced and the wings pulls you straight into the picture towards the clouds. there seems to be some kind of halo coming up from behind ...
  • Two recent shots form the same row, shadow side and sunny side. Two weeks ago we had spring and lovely weather, 20 degrees celcius. Now max 5, rain, hail and sleet.
  • A nice series. Beautiful colors. I particularly like the second, fourth and fifth one, although i don't know exactly why. Maybe it is because they show workman being concentrated in doing their job.
  • Replied in Seeing a Hare
    The hare really makes the picture, Pete. The way you framed it on the grassfield draws the attention. The two figures up right add something to, you could believe that hare was startled by them ...
  • Replied in Road Runner
    I would say: ready for lift off! all the sharpness is on the bird and you framed the bird exactly in the layer formed by the water. Foreground and small line of foliage at the top being the other ...
  • I agree with all that has been written before. The pose of the heron reflects a sealord ruling the seas (or more likely: a sweet water lake or reservoir)
  • A well framed shot, really telling a story. Never to young to start learning the art of making music!
  • I do like your dramatic approach, Mike. Thank you. Thought about cropping too, to cut of the half trees on the left and right side. But it reduces the field as well, and thus reducing the look of ...
  • One from last week. We had a week of vacation in the rural Drenthe-province in the Netherlands. Despite the upcoming rainy weather we went for a walk and i spotted this farm, catching some sun ...
  • Replied in Interior
    Thank you Andrew, your touch proofs that there is more detail in the highlights then that I initially retrieved. I must dig up the raw files to reproces the images.
  • Hi Mike, I agree with the other comments. Not a remarkable composition, but the colors make it special. Strong cotrast between the ‘cold’ colored trees and the warm light on the left side. So ...
  • Replied in She
    I like the black and white approach, Roel. ‘She’ is definitely the most beautiful flower in the field. I wish you both a lot of  happy years together.
  • Replied in The Tourists
    Hi Pete, Two kinds of looking in one shot. Looking at the bridge and looking up what is written about it. Nice layers in th picture too. First there are th tourists, then there is the bridge and  a ...
  • Replied in Bookends
    Hi Mike, In my opinion you have created a well balanced panorama with nice, vibrant colors. The farm (?) in the middle with the torpedo shaped buildings brings depth in the scenery and fills the ...
  • Nice shot of what appears to be a happy family outing. You have framed the image well, both the horse and the persons get equal attention.
  • Replied in Harbingers
    Spring is here! Love the DOF in the solitair floreren shots,
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