Amazing photo, flower, field, angles, pleasure to look at.
Unique, different, a work of art, well done.
I like your POV and Stockton Ave railing, just makes the eyes follow the lines. I usually eat (forgot the restaurants name)just across from the village. The patio at eatery offers a Excellent view of this village, which I will post shortly. Last time? Why?
Hi Roger, wonderful notes and photo. American Flag just adds to this great photo.
Not an easy photograph to edit. I was looking for names and places from your photos of Scotland. I won a trip there for a family 4 in 2008. Airfare from USA (Calif.)car, hotel and food. A family of 4 traveling in Scotland can be expensive for US Citizen due the exchange rate. You did well here with PS and I enjoyed your other photos. Cheers
Action shot for most of us are not easy. Great results here. Canon 5DIII I've had a month now, just ONE amazing camera. Enjoy the adventure, Roger
You are correct, the Old Beauties, love your line here. Last month I attended no less than 3 car shows in California. I really never get tired of photographing these beauties. Color is grand, but when you can create BW and get the down and dirty look, well its a high. Cheers
I must admit I've never photographed a single covered bridge. Looks like Indiana is the place to visit (30 bridges). I like the shadows of the bare trees on the side of bridge. The sky has a interesting pattern along the top front of bridge. Just a great photo Larry.
Hi Roger, like you this Bridge just draws you in, and makes us look for a different perspective to display this wonderful bridge. I lived in Novato in 2008 and crossed the bridge almost daily. Throughout the year I made it a happen to stop at various locations to photograph. If you get a chance try to capture at night on the Marin side, the glow of the lights and orange colors are amazing. Tks
Perfect for the book cover photo will surely catch one's fancy.