Alex: quite nice. Please show is some more!
Jorgen: excellent! Love the Rain series, my favorite being the "Rain Tyre"
Jason: ha, i knew they carried automatic rifles around in the streets of Chicago!!
Vientiane 21mm shot is very nice also -with a special meaning to me.
edit: "silk" is very organic. Nice.
Steve: succulous bokeh, eerie colors. Again!
Rayyan: this is wonderful, and technically the first portrait is just amazing.
Jacques can stay at home, where he comfortably ignore humanity (and probably despise the difference, or "the advantage"). You don't.
And the same goes for the grandma. "Weaving a story" indeed, to all of us.
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Bokeh on a boat.
"Once a propeller"
mmm... yummy bokeh, Corlan!! Great sharpness as well!
I'm doing a mass edit of my Laos/Cambodia trip back in Feb. Ahh... good times! Thanks for the comments!
Jason, Rayyan, marvelous shots...
One from yesterday.
A last one for this day:
Nightime city tour. How I hate those. Ayesha loves them.
Dinner, traditional marraige ceremony, late night dancing etc.
Everyone was taking pics. Red eyes and all.
Went to the bride..asked her if she wanted to marry me for real! Click!
This is her reaction, and the groom's.
Lloyd, you lucky grandpa you! Whew! And what a loving shot...
Rayyan, marvelous photo, probably shot somewhere not far from where I live... You indeed have a way with people.
I swear, I could spend an entire month with each of you shooting, sharing and still not get enough! All of you capture such great images both in everyday settings and exotic locales!
I feel lucky and honoured to be a part of this group!
Jorgen: very clean images as always!
Corlan: the propeller is perfect!
Rayyan: your photos and stories is just a windows to another world for me!
Steve: Zeiss... those are very good.
And here are some next photos from Barcelona (D3x, 14-24/2.8):
Barcelona Train Station
Catalunya Parliament Building
Alex, thanks. Impressive IQ and details in the train station photos (i should get that body ... or maybe learn to take the technique for architecture shots like this ). That said, how did you manage to get a major train station by daylight (or not) without a soul in the frame?? Layer blending from several takes? Or do you travel with special russian security helpers?
Seriously, it looks incredible...
Alex, your architectural shots are always very impressive. Makes me want to tour Europe.
it might not have been just a reaction for a tourist. Oh, to feel young once again.
else would I find such generous and beautiful people.
To all of you, my friends:
How many days did you spend there? I felt that one lifetime was not enough
for this most beautiful of cities.