Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/100, f6.3, iso-100, 43mm)
love this image
Thank you lots!
your subjects are impressive! I wish I got to such places, I will spend weeks shooting 😛
Thank you, Raed! And I do exactly as you told, spend my weeks spotting and photographing new locations 😉
Very nice… !
Dank je wel, Guy!
Gald you like it, John, thanks.
Thanks very much!
Thanks a lot, Tim.
This is a beautiful composition. Thank you for stopping by, too –
You’re welcome and thank you for the compliment!
such wonderful texture
Thanks, I thought the glass shaped really interesting to make your fantasy go wild 🙂
Increible, Muy Buen Blanco y Negro…
Gracias, Jose, en veces me gusta el blanco y negro mejor quando todo es sobre la luz! saludos, Ron
Beautiful photos, black and white and the color photos are great! Greetings, Ann.
Thank you, Ann, nice of you to stop by and compliment me like that!
Best to you,
It reminds me of a Victorian lady silhouette! Super!
Muchas gracias, Meanderer! Thought it had a medieval feel to it as well, that’s why I wanted to combine it with the (restorated but still) medieval walls behind it.
Hello- Just wanted to stop by & let you know that I nominated you for “Blog of the Year 2012!” http://fictionalmachines.com/2013/01/15/blog-of-the-year-2012-ten/ Keep up the great work & enjoy the day! 🙂
Hi Josh, thank vey much for the nomination; very flattered you chose my blog as one of em. Never excepted awards, cuz want to leave it to the photos to do my talking 😉 hope you understand and not less appreciative of your liking my work, gracias, & have a great day too, Ron
You are very welcome, Ron- And I completely understand- These things are totally optional, just an extension of the blogging community, really. I really enjoy your work, though- Take it easy over there!
I like this one a lot, Ron. Great composition and tones plus curiosity value. Do you know where I could find a nice cheap sonic wall for my room? 🙂
Thanks so much, Asley. guess anywhere theyre building a road next to old houses you can find some nice and brigt, differently shaped nice ones 😉
Well seen. Works well in Black & White too.
Thanks, Louis, in the colored version the sonic wall was way too green and it was more about the contrast in sunlight and shadows for me here…
Very good job with the lighting and composition. I especially like the way the light spills onto the windowsill.
Thanks very much Melinda, my attention was grabbed by that light and the one in the top of the remaining glass versus the dark (green) background. Glad you like it as an expert on b&w still lifes 🙂
Hi Paola, thanks for the com(pli)ment! Greetz, Ron
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