Town Hall, Pist
A very sharp capture of this modest Town Hall of Pist.
Nice vivid colors and marvelous contrast with the blue sky.
Such a detailed shot but I think there's a slight tilt to the right! It's not a slop for sure, the Zebra crossing sign on the left is giving evidence to this! More attention next time, my friend.
- jacquest (1446)
- [2011-09-13 4:11]
A great shot of this building with sharp colors and details. The red roof against the blue sky is beautiful to see. The inclusuon of the smaller building to the right gives a good perspective and allows to see two contrasting architectures. Indeed, a small tilt to the right.
- nicou (50772)
- [2011-09-13 5:38]
avec les deuix yeus de chaque côté du toit superbe capdrage, la couleur ocre est emrvielleuse, le cadrage parfaite, fantastique compo.
Bravo et amitié
- Juliet (22323)
- [2011-09-13 7:28]
Wow- look at these primary colors-- bright/bold/beautiful. Excellent saturation and very nice lighting on this building. Well controlled settings. TFS Julie
Very sharp and colorful image of this Town Hall. Great colors of the building and a nice bright blue sky. I hope you don't mind, but I will do a WS and try to correct the tilt of the image. Maybe an angular POV would work better. My WS correct the road, but makes the building look slanted.
Overall, a very nice composition. Thanks for sharing,
- berger33 (6)
- [2011-09-13 16:37]
Hi,I think you were struck by the provincial appeal of the buildings.Great job,Otto.
- gaillarde (6)
- [2011-09-13 16:45]
Voilà un Hôtel charmant qui nous fait les yeux doux! sur le toit;)
Très belles couleurs, photo juste un peu inclinée;
ce n'est pas facile de faire un cliché au summum de la beauté, lorque la capture est furtive.
Merci pour le partage de ceci!
- mvdisco (57237)
- [2011-09-13 18:16]
A nice capture of this 'Hôtel de Ville' of Pist,
Good point of view and details,
Nice architecture and tone of colors and light,
- Kitty_the_Wild (370)
- [2011-09-15 9:37]
So strange a house, with the unusual fence before and the two windows that seem emerging from the roof...