Pnomh Bakeng II
- MARINER (3533)
- [2010-03-13 1:19]
Hello dear Chris!
Great shot in lovely details and beautiful vivid colors. Great shot of the ancient design and architecture. Only that the sky is little OE.
TFS, indeed lovely shot!
I have heard the word 'pnomh' before so researched it to find that it means mountain.
Very interesting notes to accompany the shot.
The pov is good, taking every advantage of the repeating conical structures, which mimic the upper part of the temple on the right.
The inclusion of the person helps us to assess the massive scale of the structure.
For me, the saturation is too intense.
I popped it into PS and with saturation -20% I think it looks great. I didn't post it as a w/s as you would easily be able to do this yourself.
Have a good w/e,
- Fortuna (42)
- [2010-03-13 1:42]
Beautiful colors and excellent light.
Interesting historical place.
Congratulations and TFS
- mushtaqhussain (13921)
- [2010-03-13 2:22]
Wonderful historical place with nice warm tones and amazing sharpness,the details are stunning and well captured shot with nice framing,beautiful contrast colors and a love;y presentation,well done my friend.
- parasbhalla (38501)
- [2010-03-13 3:32]
Wonderful temples with perfect details!
I like the golden tones of the landscape, shown with well done sharpness and managing well balanced light.
Very well seen!
- tanburi (44388)
- [2010-03-13 3:38]
Interesting place well captured details ans well contrasted tones
- werdir (11957)
- [2010-03-13 6:14]
As always, your composition is spot on. The partial wall to the left provides a good anchor, while the raised area leads into the shot nicely. Something didn't look quite right to me with the colors, but I see that this has been discussed and explained.
Have a great weekend.
- solrac (9012)
- [2010-03-13 6:19]
Buena imagen de estas ruinas del templo que estan bastante abandonado ,es una lastima porque tenia que ser una fanstastica construccion , gracias por por compartir
Buen fin de semana
I joined TL as a result of a web search on Cambodia - I was then planning a trip, someday I will scan a shoebox of my analog Cambodia photos. I don't think I visited Pnomh Bakeng. The ruins depicted are impressive and glow in the early morning light. Cheers.
- jan515 (20934)
- [2010-03-13 8:14]
What a interesting architectur and historical place.You have shown this here first-class with nice colours and very good sharpness in the morning day with the light, wonderfully.
Best regards and Have a good weekend.
- nicou (50298)
- [2010-03-13 8:17]
merveilleuse iamge, quelle vieux temple, quel rendu dan sles tons, ce jaune sur l'herbe en premier plan. ce pierre, fantastique compo.
Bravo et amitié
- hay_kes (65535)
- [2010-03-13 9:48]
A wonderful historical view with great old architecture.TFS.
- urs0114 (6799)
- [2010-03-13 9:49]
Un bon commentaire accompagne cette superbe image prise dans un environnement sauvage et naturel.
Attention à ne pas trop accentuer la netteté, mais aussi garder un peu de douceur dans les traits.
- Silvio2006 (54105)
- [2010-03-13 10:31]
Ciao Chris, great POV on splendid temple, fascinating architecture, wonderful light and colors, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- wahclellaspirit (0)
- [2010-03-13 19:24]
I like the rugged look the light of the setting sun offered you here. The ruins actually appear as what we would imagine ruins to look like in the jungled area of SE Asia. The strong light offered even stronger color, and with the rock fortification of the temple it is a great shot.
- Tanjicka (4207)
- [2010-03-14 4:23]
Excellent photo of this very interesting place.
Excellent sharpness, light and colors.
- mvdisco (57233)
- [2010-03-14 20:53]
Beautiful presentation of this old temples Pnomh Bakeng,
great colors and light,
nice details and note too.
Michel bonne journée
- hains (4818)
- [2010-03-15 12:33]
A beautiful temple caught with talent. The polarizing filter is made all the details with precision and enhanced the image of this historical subject