Alisande

Alisande

Lives in United States PA, United States
Works as a writer/editor
Joined on Nov 15, 2002

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  • Beautiful, expressive photo. The roses add a nice touch. Love that dog! Is she a breed, or a delightful mix?
  • These are great! The people, as well as the poses, are very appealing. Is that you with your wife in the frame? She's as beautiful as your daughter.
  • Except for the afternoon when I took that photo, the bears operated at night. They would tip over my heavy trash containers and drag the bags out. We have a large area that housed pigs 100 years ...
  • Love those amazing eyes! Unfortunately, many non-native species have been introduced in the U.S., accidentally or intentionally, where they end up doing more harm than good. Witness the Japanese ...
  • Good captures of beautiful horses. I always love to see mothers and babies. I'm glad these horses are protected. Thanks for sharing.
  • Cool fish (#2 is my fave), and I'm always happy to see turtles--thanks!
  • Cool bats! They don't seem to mind the sunlight; are they not nocturnal? Where was this? Thanks for sharing!
  • Replied in Calla Lily?
    I like the conversion better, which surprises me because I don't often care for B&W flowers. (But sometimes I do!) Nope, not callas. Could be cannas.
  • I took this from my porch with the FZ35.  Didn't have to use much zoom, as the bears were just leaving my trash cans (and taking some garbage bags with them).
  • Replied in Morning Mist
    Thanks, Minnie. You made me curious, too, so I went looking. Apparently I didn't save the color version, which I suppose says something about how wonderful it was.  :-)
  • Replied in B&W Flowers
    I enjoy working (more like playing) with Topaz and Silver Efex Pro, but in general, I'm not fond of converting flower photos to B&W. There have been exceptions, however (including some I've ...
  • Replied in NYC B&W scenes
    The upper buildings in #1 are somewhat blown out, IMO. I like the busyness of #3 and the emptiness of #4--as well as the lighting. Nice to see my old hometown.
  • Replied in Morning Mist
    I'm not sure either, Mike--but thanks for trying!
  • Replied in Frenetic bug
    The insect looks like it's part hummingbird.  :-) Do you know what it is?  Is that a very long leg appearing below him, framed in the loop? And I love that marvelous plant! Some kind of fern, ...
  • Replied in Morning Mist
    Thanks, Mike. I'm glad you pointed out the power line, which I hadn't noticed. Looking at the radio tower, I realize three of them are in this photo. You can probably see two; I detect the third ...
  • Replied in Transportation
    I have a long-standing fondness for most of the elements in this image: water, ship, dramatic sky, and bicycle--plus some cool PP! Nice to have them all together. I wish I could see an expanded ...
  • Replied in Morning Mist
    Very cool! Perhaps my son spoke to him at one point. Joe has been a ham since he was 14--over 20 years ago. His contacts span the world and beyond (the International Space Station).
  • Replied in Untitled
    One wonders what the fence once kept in--or kept out.  Surrounded by color, it is starting to lose any competition for attention.
  • Replied in Worship III
    With the icons, cross, and other physical embodiments of the Greek Orthodox religion fully present in this small space, I like the way your photo says true faith does not require a cathedral.
  • Replied in Morning Mist
    Monty, if I cloned out the tower my son might clone me out.  :-)  He is a ham radio operator (I am too, but just beginning), and he built that 120-ft. tower single-handedly. But your suggest has ...
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