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 The Watcher
    Scarface.  And a half-dark visage -- like a pirate eyepatch -- say all we need to know about his past, and his potential. This is a fine example of the different, deeoer dimension possible in ...
  • Replied in City Bubbles
    Street magicians. All those angular monuments to engineering just can't compete for attention with the quivering beauty of ephemeral orbs made at one's own hand. Abracadabra! - - Don
  • Superb. Confident prance and whirl of the bullfighting arena.
  • Replied in Blue Again
    The Drones have landed! Obviously an advance scout.  Just look at that prodigious scanning gear!
  • For me, gotta be green. They are mesmerizingly attractive, like sea anemones. If I fell in, I'd probably be stung to death.
  • Thanks for your comments. It's satisfying to catch a photo which really needs no title/explanation. Everything I thought about the scene was also evident in your comments, plus a bonus from Pete -- ...
  • Replied in No title
    Seattle. Original view usually best.
  • The scene caught my eye because of the opportunity for a natural diptych. Window on the lower right also had gold-colored ceiling lights visible, like the one on the left, but I grey-scaled them to ...
  • Replied in Fogmonster
    This is a lovely image which no gallery visitor would quickly pass by.  We love to look at people (actual or implied) and sort out what they're doing, what kind of pickle they're in, etc. and all ...
  • Replied in Soap
    Powerful irony.  Men as both the Burden (mural) and the Burdened. No animated spark is apparent in the sack-carrier's face; a viewer speculates whether it mirrors a stolid resignation of the ...
  • Thanks, Scott.  I didn't have any particular tighter crop in mind.  Yours sure goes deep in the direction I was thinking.   The in-your-face angularity of beaks and legs really ups the dynamism.  ...
  • Imagine all human families living in one-room apartments, having repeat sets of triplets, and always on food stamps. Yikes! I think this image would be especially compelling in drastic tight crop ...
  • Usually better in Original view.
  • Thanks for your comments. This was shot in the Seattle Ferry terminal, Colman Dock. I was just about to step down the ramp to go aboard when I stopped to get this snap of a group who'd just ...
  • I have two S100 cameras, both purchased new, and both now inoperable with "lens error." The first failed when I accidentally partially blocked the lens from properly extending upon startup. The ...
  • For followers of world political affairs the scene might evoke thoughts of tribalism, i.e., the general tendency to hang out with "one's own kind." Certainly if the lone stranger here isn't being ...
  • "You lookin' at me, punk?" The lay of face fur in radiating lines from the eyes suggests power and confidence. Overall the bear's coat looks a lot better-fitting than the throw-on human garb. My ...
  • Ruffled by the wind, unruffled by proximity of Man's artifacts. This is an unusual -- and appealing -- wildlife "action" photo in which the agent of action is invisible, off-camera actually. This ...
  • Replied in Capri
    Off-level horizons only rarely concern me, but I think there's some distraction here because as visual anchor of the scene the (leaning) building sets up a viewer to first sort a question of ...
  • Cultivation of an outsize, pernicious mold?  Exposed segment of surface folds of Mother Earth's cerebrum?  Or merely hubristic demonstration of Man's determination to dominate Nature? No quiet ...
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