A Long Way Down
- wishnugaruda (16999)
- [2010-08-22 4:22]
yes, for sure, this is a long way - but I think it is worth to climb down the stairs to that wonderful place.
The children add so much live and colours to that beautiful view, thanks, very well done.
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- theswedish (110)
- [2010-08-22 4:50]
I see what you mean. And your steps are endless too. How about that! I love the photo, it makes me dizzy. I love the colors too.
- RSK (14753)
- [2010-08-22 10:50]
Great Title Janice.
Whatever filters you used,I would say that you captured the HDR-style with them. The image also looks as though a Topaz filter was used?whatever filters used they certainly show sharp details.
I like that you included the land in the background,for me it added to the length of the drop, of the wooden steps. The children give perfect scale & having them that distance apart ,even more so.A strong ,vibrant image . If I could make an improvement, it may be to try for more details in the rocks on the sandy beach.
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2010-08-22 13:05]
What a GRAND shot Jannie! EXCELLENT! I love the color saturation here, the perspective is excellent! You can really get a feel for just how long this stairway is! Well done!
- jackal (9414)
- [2010-08-22 15:02]
Great PoV and I like the PP work, you certainly get the full impression of the drop down to the beach
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2010-08-23 1:32]
Good Morning Janice,
The pov is spectacular and I feel you made a good choice to include the children, who add an element of danger as well as scale. (Not that they are dangerous, you understand, but it's a long way down!)
Like how you've used the portrait format to give that sense of depth!
Have a good day,
- Fidy (606)
- [2010-08-23 21:36]
Very nice , if not the kids it would have looked like one of those old paintings
- mvdisco (57237)
- [2010-08-24 19:57]
Very nice perpective and details,
Well presented in vertical composition,
Excellent work and POV.
I like it..and lovely place..