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gajewski's Gallery Comments

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Leading you up a Blind Alley by cats_123

Leading you up a Blind Alley

Glad to make this #30.

By: cats_123

The Not Forgotten Association Concert Party by NDODS

The Not Forgotten Association Concert Party

A great series of some people doing commendable work.


OLD AGE STICK by Deep_Bhatia


Beautifully crafted.

By: Deep_Bhatia

Windy Recycling Day by helenlinda

Windy Recycling Day

It does make for a very interesting image, Helen but a headache of a cleanup job for somebody.

By: helenlinda

Full Belt by barbarahirst

Full Belt

You caught the perfect moment. I can almost hear him way over here, across the pond.
I also like the mono tones you used for this image. Very nice.


By: barbarahirst

Relationships 2  Command structure by mrswoolybill

Relationships 2 Command structure

This cropping and DOF creates a visual story line. Very effective, Moira.

By: mrswoolybill

Rear View by WhiteRose1

Rear View

Great bits of light hitting the edges of the snow and her face and hair.
Hey -- who hasn't kissed his tripod after getting that great long exposure image. Smile

By: WhiteRose1

TO YOU ALL EPZERS -:) by Jat_Riski


Quote: A little description is solicited.

It spells out "EPZ" -- as in EPhotoZine.

It made my morning. Actually made me laugh out loud. I thank you for that, Jat.

By: Jat_Riski

flower lady by sawsengee

flower lady

You know how I admire your candid portraits. This is no exception -- a perfectly crafted image.

By: sawsengee

Marking territory by ColleenA

Marking territory

Any of these shots warrants praise but to have the whole sequence of this marking of the territory is just wonderful.

By: ColleenA



WOW!!! If I were your instructor, this would get an 115%.
This is fantastic. I applaud your creativity and your willingness to take chances. However, this is not about risk taking. This is about an image that should be gracing the halls of some building where people need cheering up.
VERY nice, Tish.

By: Tish1

A Winter's Walk in the Wissahickon #7 by handlerstudio

A Winter's Walk in the Wissahickon #7

Peter, a nice addition to this series.

By: handlerstudio

Girl by nonur


There is something very poignant about this shot, Nezih. I really like it -- works well in mono.

By: nonur

Outside My Door by Daisymaye

Outside My Door

Outside your door? Wow -- what a view. Nicely captured here, Sandy.

By: Daisymaye

Garnet by taggart


The light on the dry leaf is wonderful -- it really makes it pop off the black background.
Your V2 is a wonderful shot of a magnificent tree.

By: taggart

Screwed. by mikbee


I'm finding your recent interest in smaller rust thingies (?) interesting. The textured green makes a nice background for the main subject in this shot.

By: mikbee

Uplight by helenlinda


A very creative cropping and POV.

By: helenlinda

Ant Hill by genebalun

Ant Hill

A great shot, Gene. Now that you pointed out the caravan, your title makes sense.

By: genebalun

Mr. Nice Guy by barbarahirst

Mr. Nice Guy

What a great smile. Barbara, in this portrait, you have captured the qualities you mentioned in your commentary. He does come across here as a nice guy.

By: barbarahirst

Tattered Night by Rebeak

Tattered Night

A fantastic shot -- and I love your commentary.

By: Rebeak

Stained  glass by morpheus1955

Stained glass

Hugh, I'm glad you dug this one up out of the depths of your hard drive.
You have captured so nicely the rich colors of this glass.

By: morpheus1955

Powder Blast by pentony

Powder Blast

When ever I see "powder" in one of your titles, I rush to see the shot. You are the absolute master of this approach.

By: pentony

Cherry 1 by woolybill1

Cherry 1

Bill -- wonderful detail and such rich B&W tones. You have a very nice bokeh in this shot as well.

By: woolybill1

"Selfie" by Joline


There was a time (yesterday) when I thought "I never want to see another selfie" but this shot changed my mind. There is so much joy conveyed in this. It has made my morning.
Thanks for the image and for the commentary you posted along with the photo.
In the parlance of the smart phone generation, I'm glad you photobombed Amanda's selfie. Smile
PS Right now this shot is the Featured Plus Photo.

By: Joline

Relationships  - Two's company... by mrswoolybill

Relationships - Two's company...

Wonderful composition here, Moira -- and the perfect use of DOF.
Nicely done.

By: mrswoolybill

Mr Cool by Jat_Riski

Mr Cool

Very nice macro shot.

By: Jat_Riski

women of Rajasthan by sawsengee

women of Rajasthan

This is an incredible portrait. It's amaZing that you could get this shot under the circumstances you describe in your commentary.
Your detail, the light, her smile -- all are perfect.

By: sawsengee

"A Room where it Always Rains" by nonur

"A Room where it Always Rains"

Intriguing sculptures, Nezih.

By: nonur

Up close by ColleenA

Up close

Yes -- this is quite close and it allows us to see your wonderful detail.

By: ColleenA

Sunshine by taggart


Yes, it does look like a miniature rose. Nicely spotted, Jenn.

By: taggart