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gajewski's Gallery Comments

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Oil and Water Universe by 1nikongirl

Oil and Water Universe

This is a wonderful image -- so creative and colorful. The whole series is fascinating.

By: 1nikongirl

A Slice of Life by taggart

A Slice of Life

I've been away from your pf for too long. This one caught my eye right away. What a wonderful image and it brought back such fond memories of Italy.

By: taggart

Sunday Meeting by taggart

Sunday Meeting

Keep the American coming. I can't get enough of this. I like your commentary as well.

By: taggart

Brown-eyed Stella by taggart

Brown-eyed Stella

Have a good trip and enjoy a cool one on the 4th.
This is a remarkable macro -- fantastic light and amazing detail -- from the dew on the left to the pollen at the center of the shot.
VERY nice.

By: taggart

Sue & Bridget by mrswoolybill

Sue & Bridget

Perfect comp. and I like your commentary. This is full of such irony -- one woman manipulating craft objects in a time-honored tradition and the other appearing via the modern internet. Wonderful.

By: mrswoolybill

He's behind you... by mrswoolybill

He's behind you...

You couldn't have found a better couple as a juxtaposition to what is depicted on the mural behind them. Love the shot and glad you left it in color.

By: mrswoolybill

Vigeland 4 by mrswoolybill

Vigeland 4

Great comp., detail and B&W tones.

By: mrswoolybill

Playing the spoons by mrswoolybill

Playing the spoons

Be still my heart! This is a WONDERFUL image, Moira. I have been away from your stuff for too long. I don't even know where to start commenting on this one so let me just say again that it is superb.

By: mrswoolybill

Futuristic London by marktc

Futuristic London

Great exposure and comp. here, Mark.

By: marktc

It's all in the reflection by marktc

It's all in the reflection

I wish I had another award to give this shot. It is superb.

By: marktc

Parliament by marktc


Yes -- much photographed indeed but I'm glad you added your eye and expertise with this shot.
I'd like to see this same shot with some of the water cropped off the bottom.

By: marktc

The Shard 4 by marktc

The Shard 4

An award-worthy shot, Mark.

By: marktc

Lloyds  Building by marktc

Lloyds Building

A wonderful shot.

By: marktc

Shard 3 by marktc

Shard 3

Wow -- now this is perfect exposure all around. Nicely done.

By: marktc

The Shard by marktc

The Shard

Love the comp. here, Mark. However, if I can nit pic -- one of the facades of the building seems a bit blown out to me. However, I could just be a combination of my monitor and the severe processing we have to go through to get our files up on this site.

By: marktc

Curves by marktc


I'm loving this series, Mark -- great lines and wonderful monochrome processing.

By: marktc

Hospital reflections by marktc

Hospital reflections

VERY interesting POV, Mark and great B&W processing.

By: marktc

Picturesque Village by ubaruch

Picturesque Village

This is a wonderful looking village and so nicely captured by you. I really like the detail in both the village and in that great looking sky.

By: ubaruch

Wire We Here by taggart

Wire We Here

Nicely done, Jennnn. I'm glad to see another contribution to the "Wire We Here."

As already mentioned, nicely seen.
Your comment made me smile. It does look like an incomplete drawing of a deliberate pattern. One wonders how many wires are needed to power the lights on a single light pole.


By: taggart

Wire We Here by ChiliMan

Wire We Here

I love these dramatic skies -- this series is a great contribution to our little excessive in exploring wires in our environment.

By: ChiliMan

Wire we Here by Irishkate

Wire we Here

Kate -- very nice series of images.
V1 made me smile because the tutorial that I watched on how to remove wires using Photoshop utilized an image of Santorini as an example image file.
Your shot here brings back fond memories of the trip Sue and I took not long ago. What a beautiful island.
I like your V3 as well. The ubiquitous wire shopping carts are a perfect subject for inclusion in our Wire We Here -- but it took you to notice that. Nicely done.

By: Irishkate

Wire We Here by SimonFletch

Wire We Here

Simon, this is a great contribution to the "Wire We Here."
This shot is also a nice commentary on the juxtaposition of economic groups -- as evidenced by the various modes of transportation.
Thank you also for the extensive commentary you included here. I found it both entertaining and informative.


By: SimonFletch

Wire We Here by GarrathE

Wire We Here

Very nice, Garrath. I look forward to seeing the rest of your series.
My thanks to you for sparking this whole project with your astute comments (as explained by Lynne on her page).

I'm having a blast looking at all the contribution of our little rag tag group and it was fun combing through my own archives to find my contribution.
It is interesting to me to see how the individual personalities and photo styles of each of us shows through -- such different approaches to a common theme.


By: GarrathE

Wire We Here by LynneJoyce

Wire We Here

This is a great series, Lynne and thanks for organizing the handful of us to join in on this little project.
You've got a great commentary here as well -- expressing the impetus for our little romp through the world of wires.

I don't want to minimize your artistry here either. These are some wonderful shots. Not only do you have a keen aesthetic sense on display here but some of your images make real (dare I say political) statements -- especially the shots through the chain link fence.

As to Barbara's comment. I think she is correct. Maybe you should change your group name to "The Magnificent Six and Walter" Smile


By: LynneJoyce

Wire we here! by annettep38

Wire we here!

WOW -- what a series, Annette. I love them all and, as mentioned by rontear, it is a very diverse group of images.
My favorite is V1. I absolutely love it. Second favorite is difficult to pick out but I will have to give the edge to V11.


By: annettep38

The local park by helenlinda

The local park

Interesting patterns you caught here. Nice B&W processing as well.

By: helenlinda

From the Top by helenlinda

From the Top

A very nice capture of this interesting art work.
I like your framing as well.

By: helenlinda

Green movement.... by Chinga

Green movement....

An interesting series of shots and a very creative title. Smile

By: Chinga

An App for This by gajewski

An App for This

Quote: Excellent Walter! A polarizer doesn't work so well then?

Actually, a polarizer works wonders to get rid of the surface reflections but I keep forgetting to take it with me.

By: gajewski

Army of Archangels by Potra

Army of Archangels

Nicely captured, Marian. It's an interesting concept -- militant angels.

By: Potra