Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/250, F8, ISO400, 17mm)
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Well, thanks and you’re welcome 😉
Dank je, Nathalie!
Love the clouds and the cobbles! Stunning!!
Thanks a lot, Karen, very much appreciated!
nice cobbles. like the selective focus
Loving the POV.
Gracias, like I said to Louis, the idea was to make the viewer feel like he was lying there slowly fading away…
Excellent shot! The perspective is great and the composition and the tones. I really like it.
Thanks very much; your support is much appreciated!
What a great POV and I love the tilt 😉
Thanks, Bashar! To be honest I saw a photo in that town somewhere with the tilted tower and took that thought with me when I went to the Bridge 🙂
Oh well, better well copied than poorly invented, right?
Exactly 🙂 And I admire your honesty
Love this shot. Excellent POV and perfect in B&W.
Thanks, Edith, maybe exaggerated on the B&W, but I thought it suited the medieval scene?!
I like the perspective very much but there is a consequent lack of crispness in the towere I feel.
You’re totally right, Louis, I wanted to make you feel like you were lying there in whatever condition and not seeing it all too sharp anymore; also, wanted the cobblestones to be the first eyecatcher and than the lines to take you into the photo!
is there a ‘like very much’ button? 🙂
I guess commenting is the only option you got, sorry for that, but even more appreciated on this receiving end, thanks Alessandro!
geweldige foto… low perspective…goed geschoten!
Dank je, Joanna, vond die steentjes zo tof dat ik daar maar es voor door de knieën ging 🙂
goed gedaan…moet je vaker doen haha…fijn weekend!
Zolang dit vege lichaam het op kan brengen, zal ik er aan denken 🙂
Bedankt Joanna, jij nog fijne zondag!
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