Pretty impressive, Roger, I guess it would be a super aid in your line of photography,no wires to worry about neither, but I should imagine it comes with a high price tag for us amateurs.
Handled very well Raimundo,it is hard to get the textures visible with whites,well done, TFS...Regards Ron
Beautiful sharp, detailed Macro, Silvio, no questioning its size, you have shown that quite well:-)TFS
Looks like a lot of people I see going to work,& looks a bit how I feel this morning, I had better go have breakfast. Good capture through a window,nicely spotted....TFS. Ron
Hi Jean, it also looks an expensive way too:-) I'll keep this image away from the wife, she may want to duplicate it for our small back garden.
It certainly is a colourful piece for any garden, TFS.. Regards.. Ron
No doubt someone will disagree Fiona, it's all a matter of personal taste, but I wont be one of them, I like that you chose to use the tree branch to frame this rising sun, for me it balances so well with the lower silhouetted trees. You really nailed this, with its ball of fire & catching the morning fog hanging among the trees, there is a nice mood to this scene, must have made your coffee taste really good while viewing this scene,:-)...Ron
Hi Eleu, you make this classic really stand out from among the others on show. Great choice of angle to show off her classic lines with clarity of details, well taken IMHO.
I like your chosen angle to capture this portrait of your nephew.
He certainly seems to have an inquisitive mind, just by the way he is looking at you Mohd Tabrez Alam, your capture of his colouring, is very well done, so natural looking skin tones,as are the details of his clothing, well taken IMHO, he looks very contented & happy.
Hi David, hope you stopped off in the farmland area of the Pulouse area, before reaching your destination. Your panorama sure shows off the terrain, a good stitching job...Ron
Nice work Fiona, great clarity in the details & vibrant colours...Cheers...Ron