Zindanfel

Zindanfel

Lives in United States Washington State, United States
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Joined on Jul 5, 2005

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  • Replied in Lotus Flower
    For me, this image suggests the audacity of silent, humble plants in their persistent projection of optimistic beauty in an indifferent, even hostile, world.   Lacking altruism, they are ...
  • Local man points out to photographer that his actions are over the line.
  • Or in other words -- perhaps in a part of town less visited by foreign tourists -- masajes esteticos corporales deportivos. The scene is a heart-breaker. I wish I were wrong, but don't think I am.
  • Replied in A New World
    Since forever -- at least since Man has pondered the sun and moon -- the circle has represented Perfection. In this scene an imperfect circle easily bests backdrops of rectangles in competition for ...
  • Sons of Poseidon cast ashore a trident shadow.
  • Replied in Happy holidays?
    In a mall car park.
  • Exit north, exit west. Only a shadowy sentinel remains. Welcome, Colum. The thread needs new contributors who can keep up with your dad; most of us are always a day late, no matter how early we rise. ...
  • Kids' baseball in the street -- apparently integral in the fabric of Havana neighborhood life -- here seems much as I remember it in my own small town in Oregon in the late 1940s. The only ...
  • Reflection of a stained-glass window falls on a granite floor in the dimly-lit cathedral. I tried the image inverted so the window reflection would appear rightside-up, but it looked weird with the ...
  • Every year at our county fair I like to watch the 4-H youngsters show their project animals.  The range includes cats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, pack goats, sheep, horses, and more.   ...
  • A smoker or former smoker may wonder what urgency caused the owners to abandon those wastefully long butts, which still had a few deep drags left in them when they were crushed out. Someone trying ...
  • Just what makes that little old ant Think he'll move that rubber tree plant Anyone knows an ant, can't Move a rubber tree plant But he's got high hopes, he's got high hopes He's got high apple pie, ...
  • As pure description, the title seems to miss the mark, which to my eye would be more like "Photographing Johnny Marr at the Apollo." The performance itself is subordinate to the environment of the ...
  • Replied in Apparition
    St. James Cathedral, Seattle. Original view usually best.
  • From his craggy podium the maestro elicits an orchestra's fluid energy.
  • Hope and Faith in Havana Sweeper: Even if everything's not exactly perfect in my world, it's tolerable, and I'm helping keep it that way. Bench-sitter: Perhaps the sun will come out. Tree: Sooner ...
  • From a vantage point aboard a ferryboat, viewer observes a cruise ship. He is a commuter stuck in a ferryboat's A-to-B-and-back world, while eyeing the freedom of a traveler's leisurely A-to-Wherever.
  • Replied in Dalwhinnie
    For me this landscape started out as a seascape.  On opening the post, only the top part of the image was visible, requiring a scroll-down in order to see the complete frame.  So here's what I ...
  • Departing Colman Dock, Seattle. Usually Original View is best.
  • Actually, before posting the original I did try some PhotoScape stock filters. One called "Colored Pencil" yielded results similar to -- but not as good as -- yours. On reflection, I think probably ...
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