Yes it does stimulate one's imagination Fred...it could be either an alien landscape or an alien face:-)Lovely colouring in what a suppose is one of Banff's hot springs?
Nice work Ned. You succeeded in giving it a softer look and removed much of the noise.I like the "bull's eye" symetry of you daisy composition.
Welcome to TL Seref:-) Your photo caught the unique ability of children to approach small animals and make friends without scaring them off.
It would be a bit big to glue it the Mercedes hood :-) Your frames are perfectly timed for the desired effect Jorn.I realize it is about power but the purpose of your title theme I would perhaps clone out the wires.
Ziggy,this captures the raw beauty of the birch tree and its weathered bark in a natural surrounding.The textures stand out well.
The desaturation coupled with the dof really brings out the dazzling brightness of this foral star.It pops right out of the screen at you!
Lucky you Jean...we're still in the throes of a lingering winter.I like the healthy lush look to this rubarb bursting open.The contrasting effect of the folds in the leaves adds richness to the image.
Lovely how you captured those last rays of sun on this chapel and the leaves.I tried a workshop version to bring out the cross but may have lost some of the "golden" effect in the process.
A typical look of the hardworking ( and often hard playing) Border Collie.I once clocked our BC running at 40kph ...their "start up" speed is lightening fast.Princey has his alert eyes locked on to something...he's get ready to round up that photographer by applying gentle nips on the ankles:-)