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All the best to your photographic journey.
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  • peacefulness

    That's the peace before the storm... Does her shirt write Mayar?
    • 8 Dec 2016 9:43AM
  • QE 2 at Zakinthos

    Oi, skipper! We are heading for a collision!
    • 8 Dec 2016 9:38AM
  • Hospital Equipment

    Glad you escaped virtually unharmed. Speedy recovery happysnapperman.
    • 7 Dec 2016 3:22PM
  • Hartley Mauditt church. IR

    Tres bien!
    • 7 Dec 2016 3:18PM
  • Julia

    This reminded me of a song called ''La Mer"!
    • 7 Dec 2016 3:16PM
  • Blue-fronted Redstart

    Bravo, amazing framing and colours. I do not normally vote for bird shots, but this is exceptional!
    • 7 Dec 2016 3:12PM
  • Gin & Tonic Anyone !

    I will stick to sangria but that doesn't mean I don't like your image
    • 3 Dec 2016 9:23AM
  • December 1st

    Simple, elegant, effective.
    • 2 Dec 2016 8:51AM
  • Go with the flow

    Amigo, did you use read these black and white comics as a child? Great graphic artwork. Simplistic or elaborate, it did train my eye to perceive the formations of the contours and the textures easily.
    You mention the water... I admire the play of nature on the trees. I notice the discussion between the two caricatures. The faces of the figure top left, angry, hostile and the laughter of the one on the right, a bust of a man who reminded me the late actor playing the dad of the little house on the prairie.
    I think that the water reflection and the brightness of the background biased the camera to shut the blades of the aperture a bit faster than needed, so ypou' be ends up with a slightly darker darks.
    Great find!
    • 2 Dec 2016 1:52AM
  • Michael

    Clean as a clean shave.
    • 2 Dec 2016 1:14AM
  • Lost Horse

    Un caballo!
    Tomorrow is as far as a day or the eternity. So you did well shooting it at the moment you have found it, as it could not be there the next day. I have not paid attention to the metadata but I did notice items that could be omitted from the frame, like the car on the left ads well as the bright window. Who can stop the Scissorhand? Chop vertically on the left and horizontally from top and bottom. Leave the bench, the caballo and the window on the right in mono and get Rollin', Rollin', Rollin', Rawhiiiide!
    • 2 Dec 2016 12:35AM
  • Here's looking at you, kid

    The look she gives is strong. I think colourwise white skin on a beige background is weak. Say, the upholstery and the rest of the soft furnishings were in any strong colour ebony black, forest green, burgundy, Chinese blue, she would appear striking. Lightwise, the torso is darker because of the shadow created by the pose. The leg appears far brighter than the torso which should not be the case to my opinion. A reflector or a secpond light source on the right and above her would even the diffetrence. Unless....
    • 1 Dec 2016 9:11PM
  • Hoots Man!!

    Ah, at Ramajastan they call this ''Breath of Fire''. What is a Hoots?
    • 30 Nov 2016 11:58AM
  • Secret Customer.

    Oooops, I forgot to give title to my mod;
    I think I would call it ''No senior citizen discounts''.
    I do respect the senior citizen population and understand all of what they have been through, children age through wars, and crisis after crisis.
    But between half a sign or no sign I think no sign is better.
    And above all no talk is prized as gold sometimes.
    • 30 Nov 2016 11:48AM
  • Broken Glass

    Good idea to bring them together and make a strong image, bravo.
    • 28 Nov 2016 10:32PM
  • Regrets

    Great idea.
    I envy you; all the lampposts I shoot never ever want to get into a top and a skirt.
    I think now, at the time that our telephones can take pictures and everyone can become a photographer, the escape from the notion of gear as a prerequisite to take better pictures should becoming easier than ever, I have friends who are taking picture of their food plates as I know other people who love shooting people who dine carelessly. It is the fantasy and not just the cameras who can make a photographer take more interesting picture than others.
    You could bet I like your picture. Not as end result but as thought as well. My modification ''Blinded'' takes cues from both the lampshade and the writings on the wall. I would go to the extreme to ask the model to turn around and ''face'' the wall ''reading'' the yellow E letter with her hand. The hand transformed as an eye is searching for the E(xit) from the blindness. The red lampshade is the gauze stained by the blood shed by her taken eyes.

    • 28 Nov 2016 10:19PM
  • Orange blaze

    Nice play of colours and triangles, pleasant colours, resulting an image full of autumn beauty,
    ''You have reached your destination''.
    • 28 Nov 2016 9:50PM
  • Backwards

    Got that... but you are welcome to dive into my thoughts...how she could like upside down?
    • 28 Nov 2016 9:35PM
  • Jelena 19

    You can see me smiling, can't you? Hahahaha.
    • 28 Nov 2016 7:06PM
  • Rallyfest 2016

    Renault 5 Turbo in nice action shot Smile
    • 28 Nov 2016 7:04PM
  • Window

    Picture perfect.
    Like you say:
    Perfect Tense.
    • 27 Nov 2016 11:16PM
  • A world of selfies

    Wanna give your smartphone to someone to take you a picture? Do you want it back too? Great smiles too. Nice black and white conversion as well and shooting angle too!
    • 27 Nov 2016 11:10PM
  • Sunday Dinner!

    9:52AM is not a time you have dinner.
    • 27 Nov 2016 11:04PM
  • Absolute gift

    Happy to have casted the 30th vote, cause I really think it worths the award. I shall do a mod tomorrow. The gazes are the most awesome part of the fixture.
    She: I am content with my flower purchase.
    He: I can't believe she bought that!
    • 27 Nov 2016 10:33PM
  • japan

    • 27 Nov 2016 10:07PM
  • Piano player

    Good shooting angle, good posing. I know it is not correct style of playing but I would advise the piano player to press the key with her index finger extended and hold all other fingers close tight as in a fist. This would exaggerate the stretching. Here is an example for your enjoyment, and hers too! https://m.youtube.com/?#/watch?v=jkCiRSDPIzk.
    • 27 Nov 2016 9:49PM
  • The wedding dress

    It is simply amazing,
    sometimes art happens in front of us by a chance as fleeting as a blow of wind, nothing bad if we are able to grab it and keep it as a treasure.
    I have no more user awards to give this week... but will have the next one!
    • 25 Nov 2016 11:01AM
  • Absolutely assured

    Lovely haircut
    • 25 Nov 2016 10:45AM
  • Silhouette

    Hello Andrea,
    Good use of natural light and a variety of tons although I find the bright area on the top right corner particularly bright so detail from the curtain has been lost.
    Talking of lost items I am missing the top of the poser's left shoulder, I don't know where is it at the moment but i think it should be in the frame.
    I would say that the cut of the top should be at a higher point to my opinion it should contain half of the neck, if not all. The poser should still remain incognito Smile
    Think of Jean Paul gaultier's ''Le Male'' cologne bottle. The legs are cut off at a reasonable point just below the knee.
    • 25 Nov 2016 10:40AM
  • Photographers in Wonderland concluded

    Mind-bending, hahaha'
    • 25 Nov 2016 9:26AM