great to see these posts from you once again.
here we have another classic weather pattern rolling in haha
look at that landscape, isn't it a beauty! Not sure if people who live in the tropics would love it, but I certainly appreciate this type of natural beauty. great that you added in the home on the bottom right as well. sweet!
we don't see many photos like this on TE, its a welcome sight.
its great that you took the photo with the people climbing, it makes the scene so much better.
really like the overall presentation with the blue sky in the bg for contrast, it looks great. cheers
wow, this is probably one of your best shots! its that good!
so in the end, it was never completed???
its amazing that these columns still remain over such a long long period of time.
where was this photo taken from????? its such a beautiful view, so see it like this with the surrounding modern buildings is outstanding. wonderful shot
wow, thats quite the door indeed. A lot of craftsmanship went into creating this. It would be interesting to see the home or building as a whole as well, just to see how it sits.
thanks for this one.
interesting and sad history here.
this town look like something from a Comic Book!!
very comical and funny looking, picturesque in a way. even their clothing is super colourful! haha
cheers, a funny scene
thanks for the larger size format, I always click on those.
I guess this guy is hunting on his own, I wonder how his life continued...i'm sure he's past away now, as its been almost 10 years later. its interesting to see the dead trees and the rugged landscape, quite unforgiving i suppose. a different photo for TE. cheers
I don't know about you, but for me I see these landscapes all the time, pretty much EVERYDAY!
living here on the west coast of canada, these scenes are just a few minutes drive of any city. I guess we take it for granted don't we. its a beautiful scene, having 3 distinct horizontal layers. the larger format version has splendid clarity. cheers
I like this scene because its not the typical scene of beauty from Italy that we often get here on TE.
a little bit of ruggedness and grit. fun and different from Pisa, we'd never know its Pisa if you didn't tell us
great looking vertical shot you have here my friend.
that blue tiled wall really is a strong subject, as is the wet cobbled stone on the ground. I also like how the long street is offset to the right a bit, thats clever and works so well.
now thats a home! it would be nice to drive your car into that driveway each day :)
the front on composition works well here to show it off. bright warm lighting helps alot as well. nice to have that blue sky for colour contrast. nice one