Ik Kil Cenote II
- c_rapp (7535)
- [2008-04-17 17:17]
A great pov nice details and the poor tired guy. Looks like quite the workout but bet it was worth the effort! TFs
- Jens (4663)
- [2008-04-17 17:50]
A great choice of motive. The capture it self, very well managed, beautiful light, very well composed, you have done a real good job, compliments.
Jolie prise. Pour le cadrage je ne sais pas si c'était possible, mais j'aurais mieux vu l'homme un peu plus bas, c'est à dire qu'on entre dans l'image avec lui, et après que le regard descende avec l'escalier. Je trouve que les marches au premier plan ne sont pas très intéressantes.
- mvdisco (57237)
- [2008-04-17 20:26]
Belle composition et couleurs , belle perpective et détails de l'endroit, bien vue,
- erbiloguz (1615)
- [2008-04-17 22:04]
I very like your shot. colors details composition and light very nice..also the old man...
I imagine this shot down to up and the man in the centre of the picture touching the chains and seems so tired...
Then the feel the poem that you write in your note Turkish proverb...The feelings and old man in near the last term of his life....
Ağır, ağır çıkacaksın bu merdivenlerden,
Eteklerinde güneş rengi bir yığın yaprak,
Ve bir zaman bakacaksın semâya ağlayarak..
Sular sarardı.. yüzün perde perde solmakta,
Kızıl havaları seyret ki akşam olmakta...
Slowly you will ascend these stairs,
A bundle of sun-colored leaves on your skirts,
And once you will look, crying, at the skies...
The waters blanch.. as your face pales curtain-like,
As evening comes—observe the reddened air...
- John_F_Kennedy (9935)
- [2008-04-18 0:28]
Beautiful light with good saturated colours. Very sharp detail.
- dareco (15528)
- [2008-04-18 0:38]
Very interesting place. Nice color and detail. TFS
- puffy (16651)
- [2008-04-18 3:15]
Nice pov Pierre,
I like the architectured here, excellent details and sharpness... nice composition too,
Have a great weekend,
- WMcK (6837)
- [2008-04-18 3:41]
This is so very interesting with all the great lines and textures, Pierre. I like how you lead us right down the image. Wonderful textures of the walls and stairs. Love the POV. Interesting notes and great presentation.
- Dot (13942)
- [2008-04-18 4:50]
Pauvre monsieur il est tellement eclatant qu'il deteint meme sur les chaines. Ca c'est d'etre rouge, mais non c'est la vie en rose ce soir.
Tres bonne capture, avec une profondeur qui en dit long.
- shelbeesmom (58276)
- [2008-04-18 5:37]
Just beautiful Pierre! Stairs are a killer for me! HA!...but I do better than I used to! This is really cool, nice how it curves down, the ambient light is perfect! Nice and sharp!
- trekks (13665)
- [2008-04-18 6:18]
82 feet is peanut for trekkers and photographers! I am sure there is no problem for you.
Very interesting to see the stairs going down and it is wet! Good way to show through your photo.
- rminkow (34772)
- [2008-04-18 7:02]
Hi Pierre..this is a beautiful shot...perfectly composed...great colors and details.
- Silke (24044)
- [2008-04-18 14:48]
I really like this, Pierre. I think I'd recrop to put your tired-out gentleman a little closer to the powerpoint (where the lines of thirds intersect)
Great details, superb colours
- JohnTulip (35299)
- [2008-04-18 22:42]
I like how the stairs turn our eyes out of the composition.
- Refugee (25554)
- [2008-04-19 12:17]
I see what you mean Pierre, I would need a team of porters to get back up. Nicely composed and just enough saturation. I think with all that stone you handled the light well too. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on ‘Four Repetitions’
- billy-m (6314)
- [2008-04-20 3:52]
Perfect shot !!!!!!!
- ttreen (15759)
- [2008-04-21 8:43]
Not so sure I'd trust those stairs! lol
Nice capture of the gentleman it tells us how long and tiring this place is! And in the heat!
- foureur (129)
- [2008-04-21 9:05]
splendide perspective et couleurs
détails fins il se repose le Monsieur ....
- Viking (4383)
- [2008-04-21 10:48]
Lovely composition, POV and lights.
- Helkoryo (22130)
- [2008-04-23 5:22]
Superb light here and an excellent angle for the shot too. Nice detail and texture and I am so pleased you took this to save us all walking all that way too :-)
TFS kind regards Helen
- messenger1 (7055)
- [2008-05-07 21:55]
Greetings, Pierre -
I enjoy looking through your gallery. This is an unusual shot with the POV looking down the curving stairs. The exhausted man with his back partially turned makes for an interesting element. You did a great job with the artificial lighting and the tones of the stone walls and steps. Well done.