P3T3S

Lives in Germany Germany
Joined on Sep 4, 2014

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  • Your photos highlight three aspects of a busy port and its ships. The first highlights the enormous sizes involved. Those four massive legs reaching high into the sky. At rest, before one day being ...
  • That sounds like an interesting event. The first imageprobably catches the scene better, but I prefer the second. I don‘t find a natural subject in the first, and the breaking waves and scattered ...
  • Congratulations, Mike, you have shot an album cover. It is a shame that Pink Floyd is no more, as they may have paid a pretty penny to use this! It is a fascinating installation and you have done a ...
  • The main subject is a fine house, with its ornate stonework, and seems to be in good condition in a tidy street. It has a sense of affluence both in the past, when built and now. The reflection on ...
  • Here is a short series from a visit to a synagogue in Jerusalem almost exactly 6 years ago. I'd love to go back to Jerusalem, not least for the photo opportunities, but it is in the moving log jam ...
  • The roots and the rocks in the bottom left lead towards the waterfall, which is “discovered” in this photo. It is partially obscured and not the obvious centre of attention. Since the rest of the ...
  • Replied in At The Pier
    Very simple but very effective. Without the net, the eye would be fenced in by the balustrade, but it leads to the lovely little island on the horizon and so to the other trees, fading into the ...
  • I am always drawn to reflections on buildings, and this is a great one. Unusually there are no tell-tale flares or high-lights to give the reflection game away. It is almost like a video wall of ...
  • Replied in Head Shot
    I’ve only heard good things about that lens, and so congratulations on actually owning one. It will be ideal for your interest in  Wildlife photography. You have already put it to good use and that ...
  • Replied in Pinocchio
    Well spotted and executed. Two long-noses have discovered each other and acknowledge with their  hands. The man’s clothes work well too, with the red cap linking to the reds in the background and ...
  • A good result is usually the result of good preparation and work, and your decision to work the doorbells has paid off. I can only guess what the view from the ground would be like, but I think it ...
  • Replied in Jealousy
    This was taken at an exhibition of Edvard Munch and the painting the couple are looking at is titled Jealousy . Pete
  • Replied in Group reply
    As always, thanks for the comments. @Kumsal: Weapons are actually very hard to come by legally in England, and not just guns. Most knives bought easily in France and Germany, for instance, would be ...
  • Interestingly the sloping verticals do not bother me in this photo. I suppose it is because I appreciate the problems of trying to fit it into a photo in the limited amount of space, whereas ...
  • Another well-chosen set of images, which complement last week’s selection very well. It looks like an interesting museum. Pete
  • Replied in Birds ..
    This is an interesting pair. The first is an idealised version in a Chinese or Eastern style. The birds are presented against a pale background, with no clutter, just aesthetically pleasing blossom ...
  • These B&W studies of the swamp work well. I particularly like the first for the fine detail and light on the seed head, and the last, which has been given a mysterious feel by cutting off the ...
  • Replied in A Fun Image..
    An amusing image indeed, and a very creative way of disguising the clutter, which you revealed in your second post. Pete
  • Replied in Blue sky
    I agree with other comments that the graphics of the B&W are very good, but the colour offers that bit more, especially when we know it is blue sky, with its symbolism for freedom, set against the ...
  • Replied in Mt. Tom Price
    13% of the world‘s iron ore is an amazing statistic! No wonder the hole is so huge. It‘s like a jelly mould for a new mountain. The machinery is microscopic at the bottom of the pit, and humans ...
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