Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/320, F5.6, ISO100, 229mm)
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Fantastic quality of light. Something very painterly about this.
Hi Stevie, little, well very late, but thanks for your compliment, miss these palces very much, but got lots of interesting sight here in Malaysia back 😉
All the best, see you around, greetings, Ron.
such a gorgeous light!
Thanks, Marina, was on top of the mountain exactly at sunset by luck.
this is an awesome shot!
Thank you, Rob, glad it seems to work for many..
Thanks a lot, Todd.
Fantastic. What an incredible photograph. Well done, Rondje.
Thanks very much, Karen! I appreciate you taking time out to compliment in such a nice way, Greetings, Ron
I love this one -evokes thoughts of a glass of Rioja and late evening sun…
Thank you, exactly the last direct sunlight and to be really honest: it wasn’t more than an hour until the next Rioja 😉
The light is so beautiful. I really love the tone of this photo.
Thank you very much, good to hear this monotonous shot get some appreciation 🙂 greetings, Ron
Thanks for always being there, Gavin 😉
This really did turn out beautifully. Looks like aged varnish on an oil painting.
Thank you, Luddy, the last light of day from the top of this mountain was beautiful, glad to have been there and nice to hear you like it!
Really fabulous. Dreamlike.
Thanks, Steve. I wish my dreams were coloured like this 😉
Thank you, Mike, on the right spot on the right time, luckily.
Great picture!!! It reminds me of an old painting…
Muchas gracias, Raquel, you’re right, those hazy colours ended the day paintful 😉
Once again, a photographic delicacy …
This is great art. 😉
Wow, thats nice to hear, Henning, thanks.
You out done yourself with this one. Excellent.
Thanks very much, thats very nice to hear! thanks for supporting and greetings, Ron
Very striking. Love the shadows, the still strong pool of sunlight
Thank you very much, Margaret, the light was beautiful just coming over a ridge into the hazy valley! greetings, Ron
there’s more than something of the primeval, the basic. it is merciless, violent even. very good
Wow, very well complimented 😉 these amazing views into mother nature can make you feel very insignificant, which I like…
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