Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/320,f8, iso-200, 11mm)
Thx, Sean, amazing place and as you can see, love the sight of abandonement and nature taking over again 😉
No more TV yeah ;)…me gustaron
Yeah, gracias, Don, totally agree!
The setting was otherworldly..
nice….very isolated and lonely….love the beautiful and scenic backdrop for such a subject….tells me that – beauty is is the eyes of what we see but not what it actually is…great picture!!!
Thank you, Naresh, that’s so true and so symbolic for the most of the ‘developed’ world nowadays to not see the view behind the television meaning the virtual world versus the real world!
Muy Buena Toma… Son Muy Buenos Tus Blancos & Negros…
Muchas gracias, Jose, la naturaleza en veces esta mejor en blanco y negro en mi opinion. Saludos, Ron
I love the light & shadows – well made.
Thanks a lot, David, appreciate your comments as always, happy new year to you too, Ron
No se que ocurre pero no me llegan tus correos de los nuevos post.
Sensacional toma, me encanta la luz en ella!!
No lo se tampoco, creo todo bien ahora?
Y gracias por tu cumplido, saludos
Stunning image – the shadows are beautiful
Thank you, Stevie and thanks for all the support and comments last year, have a great 2013! Ron
Impressive photo. Excellent tonal range.
Gracias, Simon, I was lucky to pass the place late afternoon for the good light 😉
Love the light – there’s a real feel of classic documentary photography about this shot. It looks like a record of a historic place.
Thanks, Richard, I suppose it’s documentary but not very historical (guessing max. 20 years old) but apart from that an amazing place to shoot I think.
Thanks very much, David!
You published once this TV… Didn´t you?
I did, Eldin, the first is linked under ‘No More TV’, but that one is closer up and colored. Even did one really close couple of days before that one! Greetings, Ron
Thanks, Gav, very bright for Spanish style, but it was relatively modern.
Beautiful in contrast, tones, light, framing and subject. Amazing!! A bit more interesting than flat dutch lands 😉
Thanks, Chris, totally agree, thats why I prefer Spain for landscape-photography 😉 and because of that all Dutchies love mountains they say here!
Stunning shot – really atmospheric and beautiful! 😀
Thanks a lot, CK.
I wouldn’t need a TV with this view 🙂
Maybe that would make it more fun to smash it 😉
Very nice tones in this shot ! Solid work!
Thanks, Brett, glad you enjoyed!
This one is even better!
Gracias, amigo and actually I agree 🙂
I like the drama in this one, but for me the color version packed a bigger punch in terms of storytelling.
That said, the view extending through the window in this one is fantastic.
Thanks, Luddy. This one didn’t work for me in color -too much distractions- , cuz lots of bright colors inside, especially the wet stain in the foreground being red. Greetings, Ron
This works great in B&W. As previously noted – really nice light and composition. Well done. 🙂
Thanks, Terry, with the distraction all the different colors in the room made I thought the emphasis had to be on the light/dark and framing. Greetings, Ron
Cinematic…love the light.
Thanks, John, guess as a fan of old European B&W movies I get lots of inspiration in the black and white department 😉
wonderful atmosphere nice tones and light, excellent composition
Thanks, Johan, interesting to hear that B&W works as well ont his one!
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