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Just to show you that not all Greece is like my recent shots. Its a beautiful country.
I like the composition and colours. Simply effective.
The way you have shown the height of the buildings sets off the fragility of the woman and child. Very, very nice.
I Like this shot, well captured regards gray.
Very good lighting
Beautiful colour. Such a pretty and gentle scene. Lovely lines in a square format. Works for me.
This is lovely Mavis - reminds me of my sister in Auz and her little ones - oh how I miss them - Ina
Unusual clothes for a greek lady, but then, maybe she isn't greek. A somple composition, works well. Carol
Like the mediterian colours and nice light Mavis, well work with this one
The building looks freshly painted, the windows washed and all looks lovely..................Sandy
Great lines,super pastel colours.
Simple stunning and very effective.
That cafe you talked about in Haltwhistle has had to close. They got more people than expected and ran out of food.The owner has had to go out to buy some more.
Really nicely done.
I just had to pop back again. I'm intrigued with the shapes (a lot of straightening work done maybe, but I don't care) and the marshmallow colours are beautiful. The woman's cloak blends in so well with the paler pinks. The more I look the more I like.
A beauty - love the blocks of colour and tones
Congratulations on the GEA
Chris, You have made me a very happy lady..... Thank you so much.
You are quite right Mavis to call this image beautiful,but you will know I do prefer to see the paintwork all cracked and peeling.That is why when my wife goes on a night out, I can tell her she looks beautiful so convincenly.She can spend quite a long time in front of the mirror putting her face on,but I suppose this is a trait with most women.I suppose as the years go on,one does have to spend a little bit longer to fill in the cracks that were not there only last week.Just the same as a building I suppose with more cracks appearing through old age and a bit of weathering.As a mere male I am fully aware of this problem and do try to assure my wife at every opportunity.When she asks me if I would still love her when she is old and wrinkly,I reply without hesitation.''Off course I do''.They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder.I do not entirely agree with this.I prefer to simplify matters by saying ''everyone is beautiful in the dark'' So to all you girls out there,I say stop being so worried about your looks.It does not matter one jot as far as I am concerned.You know what a wild imagination I have and I can imagine you to look like any girl I wished.And I do think a bit of imagination is a better trait than a bit of vanity !!
A fine shot this
A superb image Mavis - great composition and love the pastel colours.
Congrats on the GEA.
Thanks everyone. I am still chuffed about the award. I can show off to scaramanga now too ( because he got a double page in Practical Photography)
We celebrated together
Wonderful tones, colours and composition; beautiful shot Mavis.
A wonderful piece of Photography, love it.
The colours and composition are superb Mavis, this is a fine travel photograph
A wonderful composition Mavis.
Really beautiful, could be an old master
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