- pozaru (21386)
- [2010-03-23 1:51]
Love it !!!!
- ddupre2 (8136)
- [2010-03-23 1:53]
wonderful Hans, my neighbor for this day...
dd, ile de la Réunion
- MARINER (3533)
- [2010-03-23 1:59]
Hi neighbor.... :)
This is a very lovely shot. Exceptionally beautiful with wonderful light and exposure. Nice details and DOF. Very well composed frame. The way in between the flowers is looking so nice.
TFS, indeed a great shot!
- jone (32781)
- [2010-03-23 2:11]
Hi Hans ;)
Beautiful photo...pleasent pathway, TFS
- sela (8213)
- [2010-03-23 2:18]
HI Hans, this looks really very beautiful, I love tulips very much.
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2010-03-23 2:20]
The photographs of the tulips, in their many colours and shapes, are a delight of spring!
This is a good 'taster'!
I love how you have provided a path to lead through the vivid yellows, but, the most engaging feature is the one tulip which is popping out to grab the attention.
If you have ever taught children, there is always one, just so!
Have a good day,
- Fons (16615)
- [2010-03-23 2:20]
reeds lente in volle pracht
- albertz (178)
- [2010-03-23 2:35]
wow.. this is beautiful, very attractive. your shallow DOF works well and smart exposure. You said, the wheather is nice there, so i am expecting more shots like these.. well done.
- granniepics (169)
- [2010-03-23 2:59]
Nice pic Hans, very cheerful! There had to be one errant flower...it looks like someone 'sticky-beaking' to see what's happening at the head of the queue.
'Sticky-beaking'...Aussie for being nosy!
- Pink (19)
- [2010-03-23 3:03]
Very Nice Photo:-)
- john1 (8448)
- [2010-03-23 4:56]
Excellent shot, all this yellow tulips and the spelndid colors.
The POV is wonderfull, great perspective and sharpness.
Have a nice day.
- cmd213 (888)
- [2010-03-23 5:20]
Very vivid photograph! The colors are great and get you in the mood for spring seasons. I like how you focused on the division of the flowers from the walkways.
- fransx (41704)
- [2010-03-23 6:00]
What a superb interpretation of Spring with this yellow tulip field.
Yes even flowers do not obey to keep in line! There's always the odd one out!
Marvellous lighting and good use of shallow DOF!
I like the 50/50 composition with that disobedient tulip in the middle.
Well seen and neatly presented.
- kaman07 (219)
- [2010-03-23 6:57]
this is a very nice pics, love the way the flower in the middle is kind of sticking out!
great work, well done
- lilimih33 (19483)
- [2010-03-23 7:27]
Very very nice yellow tulips composition and great focus on the one outside.
Nice framing, too!
- solrac (9012)
- [2010-03-23 7:39]
Buena imagen de este inmenso campo de tulipanes amarillos , una excena que da animos y transmite sensacion de alegria , gracias por compartir
This is a beautiful picture! On my screen the levels look a little flat. I did a WS to see if I can correct it. Not sure if I overdid or not, it's hard to tell with different screens! This is wonderful, well seen Hans!
- nicou (50772)
- [2010-03-23 9:40]
Fantastique image de ces tuliupes, quel beau jaune, avec la coupur au milieu du petit chemin, ces couleurs jaunes vivie, une merveille.
Bravo et amitié
- rewshearer (24649)
- [2010-03-23 11:13]
Ha! Terrific example of how the central placement of a subject can be outstandingly effective. Really love this - great use of DOF, good framing, outstanding composition!
- tnahari (26007)
- [2010-03-23 11:34]
fabulous yellow field.
perfectly captured and presented.
I like the sticking out individual flower that adds cheerfulness to the image.
- MarkVogel (750)
- [2010-03-23 12:59]
Goed gezien die Einzelganger in het bloemenbed,scherpte ligt erg mooi, 1 puntje van kritiek is de kleurzweem in de foto dit had wel beter gekund, het kan ook aan mijn scherm liggen.
- macedonia (6699)
- [2010-03-23 14:15]
WoW beautiful colors and composition. I like this photos.
- rminkow (34772)
- [2010-03-23 21:47]
Hi Hans..nice details and tones...well done.
- claudees (691)
- [2010-04-12 21:43]
Nice and colourful pic. of tulip fields around Hillegom. Vibrant and colourful pic. Perfect blend of image levels, brightness, colours and saturation. Just avoid blurring the forefront of any pic. Thanks.