Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/200, F5.6, ISO100, 250mm)
I love this one.
Thanks, glad you love it!
Perfect place and time!
Thanks, Todd, I suppose being afraid of going higher on the tower, made me ‘enjoy’ the view from this spot a little longer!
Great picture man!
Gracias, amigo, i know you like your pigeons 🙂
This is beautiful!
Thank you very much, Silvia.
A very striking photo!
Thanks for the com(pli)ment!
What a fantastic juxtaposition! A ‘wow’ photo! Nice work 🙂
Thanks, Marina, only after one and a half year I found out you could climb up one of the towers of the amazing Basilica the Pilar here in Zaragoza; so finally had a view what goes on on the roof 🙂
A super shot well seen. Perhaps a slightly tighter crop would have brought the pigeon a shade further away from the edge and increased its strength as the focal point. What do you think?
First of all: thanks again, Louis!
It was my first thought while composing as well, cuz it seemed obvious to put the pigeon in the golden triangle; then I thought to take the pigeon a bit away from being too important and to give the roof, its textures and the details of those feathery roof tiles a more prominent place in the photo!
Can you follow? In fewer words: I didnt want the obvious composition and more roof to be important! 🙂
I agree about the golden triangle,it would be too predictable. I had in mind somewhere between the two, but you’ve obviously experimented before making your decision.
Maybe that would work as well, didnt try! The good side is that I think of composition mostly on the spot, so only make one photo with my idea, the bad side being ofcourse that you cannot choose afterwards when I maybe think differently about it…
what a shot!!
Thanks so much, Sandra!
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