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Walter Gajewski coordinates multimedia services for the California State University, Long Beach.
“Always carry a camera, it’s tough to shoot a picture without one.” – Jay Maisel
email: walter.gajewski@gmail.com My photos are at www.theLBCphotos.com
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  • Parisian schoolkids exploring London street art

    Nice shot -- and I love your narrative. Sounds like a wonderful way to spend a day.
    • 3 Mar 2016 11:36PM
  • booze around the clock

    I love this shot -- and your title.
    • 3 Mar 2016 11:34PM
  • I want to "be" a sheep.

    Amazing macro -- and I love your title. Smile
    • 3 Mar 2016 11:33PM
  • Lunna House

    Quote:What an amazing place and love your write up Helen. So interesting. Cathy

    And nicely captured by you as well.
    • 3 Mar 2016 11:32PM
  • Mute Swan

    Perfect timing, David.
    • 3 Mar 2016 11:30PM
  • cornflake with legs

    This is a wonderful and bizarre macro.
    • 3 Mar 2016 5:46AM
  • Alaska #66

    Not done panoramas before? Wow -- you are off to a great start. This is the perfect subject for a panorama and you executed this perfectly.
    Nice job. I hope to see more.
    • 2 Mar 2016 10:34PM
  • Shipwreck in a Storm

    So sorry to hear about the dog.
    I do like this image very much.

    • 2 Mar 2016 10:19PM

    I like this shot. The tighter cropping works better for me but it seems that maybe, when you zoomed in to get that closer cropping, your image got a bit grainy.
    However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. Lately, people are actually adding grain for effect.

    • 29 Feb 2016 10:20PM
  • king of the river

    I love this shot.
    • 25 Feb 2016 4:45AM
  • the old man by the river........

    Amazing detail, sawsengee.
    • 25 Feb 2016 12:47AM
  • A Bit of Play

    Something a bit different from you today. I like them both -- maybe V2 a bit more because of its playfulness.

    • 25 Feb 2016 12:44AM
  • For Barbs!

    I like this shot. And yes, I have been finding this site slow for days. What's going on?
    • 24 Feb 2016 11:32PM

    Very interesting photo, equally interesting narrative.
    • 24 Feb 2016 11:18PM
  • The Dancing Houses

    A very creative treatment.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:32PM

    Your street photography deserves more attention. I really like your stuff, Ian.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:28PM
  • Medicine Lake

    Wow -- just seeing this view is medicinal.
    A WONDERFUL vista.

    • 24 Feb 2016 10:09PM
  • Buff-tailed Bumble Bee-Bombus terrestris.

    This might be my favorite of your macro shots.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:08PM
  • Dreams and glazing bars

    I love this one, Moira. It is a very intriguing image.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:04PM
  • Via delle Terme

    Even with a JPEG, you were able to pull so much out of this image. It is wonderful. Of course, your processing wouldn't mean much of you didn't start with a wonderfully composed image.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:03PM
  • Dugmeli Evler

    I really like the gritty detail here, Nezih.
    • 24 Feb 2016 10:01PM
  • The Land of the long white cloud...

    Colleen, what a wonderful vista.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:53PM
  • Cloak of night

    A beautiful seascape.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:52PM

    I'm loving your portraiture, Tish.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:52PM
  • Time for a chin wag

    Absolutely wonderful image.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:50PM
  • For the love of........

    I love both images. The attendant with bowed head in the 2nd image adds a real aire of mystery.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:49PM
  • Natures Jewels

    A wonderful macro shot.
    • 24 Feb 2016 9:44PM
  • Stingray

    POlly, this is beautiful. Where did you shoot this?

    • 24 Feb 2016 9:37PM
  • To Honor Harper Lee: RIP

    This is a wonderful tribute, Jenn.
    • 24 Feb 2016 7:28PM
  • A Single Rose

    I have to add my UA to the one already posted by "Greyheron."
    There is much I can learn from your image here. First of all -- I don't see a lot "frame-fillers" that consist of a single blossom, and certainly not a single B&W blossom.
    So -- points for creativity.

    Composition: the center of attention, the opening of the blossom, is pretty much on the horizontal 1/3rd line. More points for that.

    And your B&W processing is perfect. Ordinarily, I would be looking for a wide range that takes me into deep velvety blacks but you chose the better rout to B&W tonality -- preserving the delicate shades in a narrow palette that is more appropriate for this delicate blossom.

    Thank you for the lesson, Jennnnnnnnnn.
    • 23 Feb 2016 10:11PM