Stunning! Nothing more to say about this one. Looking forward to seeing more of your work. Welcome to TL,
Lovely portrait of a cat. I like the effect the shadows have given (caused by blinds I assume). There's something going on behind the cat's ear that is somewhat distracting, however, I understand that a cat isn't likely going to allow one to go make background arrangements and then strike pose again. That's one intense look. I like it.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, I love new things... once they've become old. Some might have passed by these boots without taking notice. Others might have viewed them as refuse or litter that distracts from the environment. I'm glad that you spotted, captured, and shared the beauty. Wouldn't it be great if these boots could tell their story. I don't know what you did in Photoshop but the colors are rich, warm, and inviting. This is so easy to look at. I can find something that I dislike in almost any picture, but not in this.
Thanks for posting this one
I love new things... once they have become old. The ornate details of the building coupled with the peeling paint, the boards up under the arch, the missing piece of the ledge, and the plants growing from the dirt that has accumulated over the years all combine to make an interesting scene. It stirs the emotions, in that it causes one to imagine the splendor that this building once had, and also to wonder what the future of this building might be. The depth of focus captures much here. Good eye.
I really like this photo. I have tried and tried to take pictures of birds and have decided that they difficult subjects. While not the sharpest image, the gentle curve of the perch and the contrasting background make this a pleasure to look at.
I love a cemetery for photos. The brilliance of the sun's reflection stands in nice contrast to the deep greens of the grass and trees. I like how the reflection of the tree on the monument appears to be a continuation of the tree behind the monument, as if the stone was transparent. Well done.
Much of the facial features lost in the darkness while much of the beauty of the water lost in the light.You're right about the boat in the background... it doesn't enhance the photo in any way. Also I think a little space above her head would be nicer to see than having part of her hair cut out of the frame.
I do, however like the concept, the pose, and especially the water dripping from the front of her outfit. I too have done a workshop for you to take a look at.
This smiley is for yesterday's post. It was in no way distasteful. I like how mom and son fill just the right amount of the picture to allow the viewer to also experience the vastness of the sea. So glad you posted the pic and so sorry that there are those who abuse this site causing censorship to be neccesary.
Welcome to TL. Pleasant picture here with a good DOF that makes the subject really jump out. I think that it would be better if the subject wasn't right in the center of the pic. I'll do a workshop to show you what I mean. Still, I like what you saw here and encourage you to continue shooting and posting.
Once again, I am completely blown away by by this beautiful creation of yours.