Lovely colours and a nice viewpoint. It would be even better if you could have toned down the very bright reflection on the vertical columns - an almost impossible task.
I know this park well - I used to live in Westmount. I think it is a mistake to make this into B & W: It needs colour to make it vibrant. And as an image it lacks a focal point of interest (the couple across the pond are too far away).
Superb image. Wonder why it has attracted so few comments. All the best, John
Interesting composition and I like the combo of B & W and brilliant red.
Great shot of the humming bird and I know only too well how hard it is to capture them.
The problem of your otherwise splendid image is the plastic hardware of the h/bird feeder. You should really PS this out to give a more natural look to your image.
This is a lovely portrait. Love the B & W.
I know little about HDR, but can tell you how I react to this image.
It seems rather fuzzy, not crisp - but that's maybe what you intended. And its just an old truck under a spreading tree.
I have a fascination with rusty old vehicles and think that they are a goldmine of interesting colours and shapes and textures. But (in my humble opinion) this only works well if you shoot very selected parts of the old vehicle - not the whole thing.
Lovely! Great sharpness and colours and I really like the position of the fly. Very well done.
Like a tapestry. I thought I had already written you a note about this lovely picture, but apparently not. Nice perspective and lovely colours and lines.
Very accomplshed shot. Nicely perched on top of the plant. I think you could shave a little off the top and bottom.