eh si'.. ho passato ieri sera un po' cosi'.. persa tra vechie foto e ricordi... ma anche tra nuovi programmi e speranze :-)
this shot captures the mood of the morning after one of those infamous early 90's party perfectly.. (the slightly wicked expression on your face is adorable!) and the faded look reminds us all of the old photos that every now and then we lose ourselves in... very well done marco ^_^
hey i know that arch! :-) this came out beautifully with all the interesting tones you created.. quite a dreamy effect that i really like.. i know there are many more wonderful corners of Spello like this to discover.. if you could only survive the walk to get to them! ihih been here 3 months and still havent been further than 1/4 the way in ^_^
i think this was worth missing 2 trains for.. wonderful moody image with lots of excellent industrial details.. and as edie says those little railway elf eyes are perfect :-) i personally also really like the dark moody tones here.. very effective for the subject.. mmm should we take some snaps at termini for this theme when i arrive? ma sei forse abbastanza stufo di termimi... ihih
bravo Marco ed abbracci forti,
p.s. quando a foligno sei andato a quel bar alla stazione? ho scoperto gente' simpatica li' sulla via a roma per capoddanno :-)
beautiful rich colours and details Marco.. i love the composition and you've made this signal seem like a charecter in it's own right.. body, mouth, eyes.. and i'm sure full of mixed 'signals' as most people are :-)
really lovely shot.. the colours and landscape remind me so much of england actually... well done sweetie (and i really agree about the strong emotions connected with railway stations and everything the symbolize.. and of course i understand the particular emotivity of this scene and this place for you..)
big hugs a presto,
good lord they really do look like wounds... what happened out there Marco? it really was like the shining hotel it seems... :-)
really physcadelic feel to this.. it's almost like an x-ray.. i think if a doctor saw your stomach looking like this on an x-ray he'd have very bad news! ihih very interesting experiment with the shock factor playing with colours can bring.. the camera so often sees strange hidden things that a bit of PP reveals :-)
hope the headaches better..
abbracci da me e Bodmin il 'italian stallion'
Welcome to TL Geir :-) very nice first post.. the light is indeed wonderful and her position and look while on the phone very intriguing.. great job ^_^
i did a little workshop to see how it would look framed.. hope you dont mind..
ihihih that's adorable Fran :-) what a group of charecters and yeah.. they're always only after one thing!
this really made me smile.. thanks for sharing it :-)
oh this is really stunning Luis... it reminds me of a Turner painting :-) love the cemetary setting and a fantastic mood and effect you've created here.. a perfect illustration of a New England winter and having lived in boston for 2 years i remember it well! and i agree.. i'd be totally freaked out if i saw someone getting up put of an old grave... ^_^
great work and thanks for sharing (hope the NE winter is't too rough out there this year)
amazing work Marek.. a masterpiece of mood and slightly disturbing sensuality.. everything here looks great and the soft light particularly strikes me.. you've done a really wonderful job :-)
hi Huub :-) very much like this composition and especially the mood you've created.. yes very 'third man' indeed and i love that whole film noir look in phototraphy.. great grain and strong detail too.. really excellent.
no points as requested.. but here's your smile :-)