Fabulous pic and well deserved winner of POTW. Great choice Robert. I can see how it must have been a difficult choice Robert because both images make wonderful use of light and shade to frame the alluring charm of two lovely ladies.
Hi Daniel, I think its a terrific shot of a lovely creature in its natural habitat. I also t hink that the textures of the tree and fur lend themselves well to this B&W treatment, especially with the light background to frame the focus which is the squirrel.
The two critiques I would offer are firstly the focus which seems slightly more on the…[Read more]
I find it quite creative and artistic Federico. Something about the squared structure combined with your strong gaze imparts the feeling of frustration and desire to escape our confines that we’re all experiencing.
I agree with David. I saw so many things in that first image. At first it was a conductor waving his wand around, then I saw a diver with his arms stretched up in front, then I saw the little face in the centre, then I saw a wine glass stem. What a fabulously intruiging image! The second one looks like the first millisecond of a sneeze 🙂
Its a nice landscape image John but that blue bin lid(?) is quite an eye snag. Maybe crop it out? That’s assuming of course that the sky is the ‘blue’ part you intended?
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