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Great perspective and fab light/tones
Thanks, my favorite of the cemetery sessions along with the familia-one too!
what a beautiful perspective! great lighting!
Thank you, the early morning light on the cemetery was pretty and very subtle!
I love this
Very happy you like it, Michael, thanks.
you made something that could look otherwise ‘ordinary’ into the extraordinary! Lovely colour pops!
Thanks, Marina, thats a huge compliment! Although some growing flowers and century old sculptures are hardly ordinary 🙂
I had a feeling you would pick up on this! What I meant was, this could have been an ordinary-looking photo if someone else had photographed it, though you took it to the next level. The comment was more a compliment to your photographic skill!
Maybe I was just trying to get even more compliments out of you 🙂
thanks very much, really flattered; been pretty busy with family and friends stuff at home, but looking forward to checking out yours and other blogs I really like, greetings
Enjoy family time:)
Thanks, Marina, I am! greetings
fabulous shot… the composition makes it!
Thank you, very nice of you to say, as that is what makes sculptures difficult for me to photograph.
This photo is really good!, the angle makes the shot!
Thanks, always interesting to make sculpture shots look more than just the sculpture…
A beautiful composition – I like the angle, the colours, the lines …..
Thanks, it was very serene early in the morning and nice to be there in a wierd way!
Lovely soft colours and beautifull light on the flores. I like it a lot!
Thanks, Base, I knew this was close to your style 🙂
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