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gajewski's Gallery Comments

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Iris by taggart


Not only did you capture this perfectly but your processing is so tasteful. I like the vignette that gets lighter out at the edges.

By: taggart

The Nightmare by tw3

The Nightmare

I'm a lot older than Peter but I do not have a hard time relating to a wonderful art creation.

By: tw3

A Portrait of her Madness by tw3

A Portrait of her Madness

I did not see the color version but this one is stunning!

By: tw3

Fish On Friday by LynneJoyce

Fish On Friday

I particularly like the light in V3 and V8.

By: LynneJoyce

Icons by claret


I agree with Richard. Nice point of view in this shot.

By: claret

Chihuly's work... by Chinga

Chihuly's work...

I love Dale Chihuly's work. Thanks for posting this wonderful series -- showing off this sculpture from so many different perspectives.

By: Chinga

Tightly shut. by mikbee

Tightly shut.

I like this close-up POV. It really appeals to me from a stand point of composition. It also gives us a more detailed look at the grit and the subtle variations of color.
Nice one, Mick.

By: mikbee

Beacon by NDODS


Love the light in this one, Nathan.


Blue Tide by NDODS

Blue Tide

Portrait vs. landscape? I can't decide. Either way it is a great vibrant image.


Knot so secure.... by NDODS

Knot so secure....

Nice limited palette image.


Red Admiral by NDODS

Red Admiral

Great job preserving shadow detail.


It's a cover up.... by NDODS

It's a cover up....

Love the pattern, Nathan.


Any Orbjections by NDODS

Any Orbjections

OK -- the title alone deserves recognition. Nice self portrait.


Starting problems by ddolfelin

Starting problems

Try pulling up on the choke. Maybe that will help.

By: ddolfelin

The pass by YoungGrandad

The pass

Perfect timing -- getting the ball in mid air.
PS His teammates don't seem particularly involved in the game.

By: YoungGrandad

Skinned and Discarded by nonur

Skinned and Discarded

A fascinating shot, Nezih. I prefer V1 -- which is a bit unusual for me because often I tend towards the monochrome for artifacts like this.
Nicely captured -- and, as Jenn mentioned, interesting to see that it is not a "QWERTY" keyboard.

By: nonur

Essence of Pepper by helenlinda

Essence of Pepper

A very creative use of layers.
Yes, I am enjoying the weather here in California. Thank you.

By: helenlinda

Eyes by NatureMom


A very nice, natural light portrait.

By: NatureMom

Leading the charge by AnnChown

Leading the charge

This is an amazing shot -- perfect timing, comp., light and tonalities.

By: AnnChown

Reflection by morpheus1955


Nicely captured.

By: morpheus1955

Barn 10  Aroostook County by Joline

Barn 10 Aroostook County

A wonderful pastoral scene. Is it typical that the barn roof would be green in this area?

By: Joline

Old boiler. by mikbee

Old boiler.

Nicely captured boiler -- good light and detail. That building behind is equally as fascinating.

By: mikbee

B e a c h e d by Chant57

B e a c h e d

Wow -- this is a stunning image. The tones, detail, comp., lighting are all superb.

By: Chant57

Lunch 115 by SimonFletch

Lunch 115

I'm loving the lunch series. Nicely done.

By: SimonFletch

Izamal, Mexico, also known in Yucatán as "The Yellow City" by pdunstan_Greymoon

Izamal, Mexico, also known in Yucatán as "The Yellow City"

Another great series of images. I have fond memories of a day spent in this city of papal yellow.

By: pdunstan_Greymoon

Chichen Itza by pdunstan_Greymoon

Chichen Itza

A wonderful series of shots. This brings back fond memories of when my wife and I visited the Yucatan many years ago with our two sons.
At that time, all the tourists were climbing to the top of this pyramid. Even though it was a very interesting experience, I'm glad they don't allow that any more. At that time, we could see the damage that the guide cables were causing to this historic structure. It looks as magnificent as always and you got some great sky and clouds in your shot.

By: pdunstan_Greymoon

UP by WhiteRose1


Wow, Dave -- talk about your "leading lines." Smile
I'll let my UA do the rest of the talking.

By: WhiteRose1

Queen of the Angels by Jocelia

Queen of the Angels

Just don't fly too close to the sun, Jocelia. We don't want another Icarus incident.

By: Jocelia

Fly Catcher by sweetpea62

Fly Catcher

Nicely spotted, Lin. This is a very interesting point of view.

By: sweetpea62

Reflections 2 by marktc

Reflections 2

Yes, I agree with Colleen -- both very good images. After flipping back and forth many times, I would probably give the edge to V1.

By: marktc