- tournesol (12876)
- [2006-01-31 17:40]
Interesting POV, Peter! The two areas of colours create a nice composition, almost abstract. Nice catch!
- Ilir (5121)
- [2006-01-31 17:50]
Eh, it gets me dizzy from vertigo. I like the colors and POV. Nice framing.
- ballyna (1914)
- [2006-01-31 18:49]
nice night shot here,u captured good geometrics with that POV;and the cars give nice blur there.
- orbiter (3144)
- [2006-01-31 18:53]
Bit of a scary shot for me as I hate heights :o
A great capture though with excellent detail,lighting and composition. Brilliant!
- kitflorendo (0)
- [2006-01-31 19:01]
Always interesting - and sometimes scary - to take the first peek out of the hotel room from the little balcony on a new city. Sometimes there's a fabulous landscape, but rarely unless it's a beachfront affair or one of the more famous cityscapes. So, instead, looking down from a height is always interesting.
As has been mentioned, there are two distinct areas, defined by the colour, and, with what you had to play with here, the content and composition actually works.
Interesting if not high-art ;)
- magda_indigo (806)
- [2006-01-31 19:36]
a great night image, love all the colours and the angle, thanx, M, (*_*)
- Conspicor (753)
- [2006-01-31 23:48]
A very high vantage point. There is plenty of detail to keep the interest. The pool and the intersection nicely balance each other. Also the area next to the pool has interesting colours and shapes which also help balance horizontally. It's nice that there are some dark patches, as all cities have darker areas within (no matter how well illuminated).
- lukdm (1350)
- [2006-02-01 7:25]
very nice shot peter
- Werewolf (26142)
- [2006-02-01 11:17]
It's special! I mean very dark but divised in very clear colors and a like the esthetism! Different style that i enjoy!
- nova (8693)
- [2006-02-01 22:31]
Nice birdy view! Very good lighting! It is almost an abstract when we look at the bottom part! Well done! Michel
Terrific image Peter with great colours and highlights, good frame sets it all off. I had been concerned by your absense knowing your proximity to the fires in Victoria. TFS