Visit in Ancona
Congratulations CANADA on all the medals, and good luck in Vancouver! M, (*_*)
I like the picture and I understand it was scanned :), but it seems to me that you added too much sharpness at the PP stage.
Fantastic shot, Robert! Did you add a filter? It looks as though it were textured somehow. Maybe that's a result of the scan. I love the curve of the port and the buildings all nestled together around the curve. The ship is colorful and commands our attention, as it should. The blue tower is well-placed too.
- persimon (2406)
- [2006-02-27 23:04]
Beautiful composition. I love the colors most of all. Very nice framing too, Robert. Always a pleasure to look at your beautiful images and read those notes!!
- brashy (0)
- [2006-02-28 0:55]
Very busy but interesting scene. I don't usually like this type of added frame (personal thing) but in this case I thing it really adds to the overall effect of the photo which almost has a painted effect about it. Good notes, great job.
- wolle (561)
- [2006-02-28 2:55]
I´m enjoying you "historic trip" very much. Great shots and an impressive view on a not so far away past.
Keep on posting them.
- lucbus (10358)
- [2006-02-28 6:50]
Très belle photo, J'aime bien le point de vue avec la courbe du port et toute l'activité qui y règne. très bien réussi.
- cstathoulis (13325)
- [2006-02-28 8:41]
This is a great photo and view of the port!
The colours and details look wonderful despite the date the photo was taken. I love the way you write your notes, my friend; very vivid! You should think of writing a book... :)
- starkey666 (2748)
- [2006-03-02 13:43]
Great point of view Robert, the ship looks very large for the city. It's so different how old port citys are set up compared to modern.