- NAHL (985)
- [2006-07-07 4:07]
Very nice photo.
- laine (885)
- [2006-07-07 4:16]
good documentary photo. i can't say it's beautiful or smth like that as actually there's a tragedy pictured. but as for documentary this is really good one! and i would have increased contrast a bit to make it even more dramatic, but this is good as well.
and let's pray for such things to happen less and less.
- foureur (129)
- [2006-07-07 4:24]
Instant dramatique !!!
belle prise de vue
- salmiz (716)
- [2006-07-07 4:27]
Well caught the beauty of the forest scenery and at the same time it's major destruction, fire. Well composed and sharp image and good POV.
- pablominto (27208)
- [2006-07-07 4:35]
A dramatic capture, but still full of photographic quality!
And who said photojournalism should not be..?
Well composed, good natural colours, fine details!
- karith (7891)
- [2006-07-07 10:04]
Excellent capture...the contrast between the natural beauty in the foreground against the destructive fire in the background is profound. Al Gore could use this image in his campaign to resolve global warming before it is too late (reports claim that fires like this are more prevalent and burn longer due to climate changes that increase the fire potentials). Well done!
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2006-07-07 10:53]
I hope the fire wasn't too serious. Marvellous sharpness with a good pov. Tfs!
- orbiter (3144)
- [2006-07-09 15:45]
Wow! fire on a large scale. Very dramatic image and well composed. Good work!
- romior (0)
- [2006-07-10 4:06]
I like here the movement done by smooke and the diferenst colours, a goos instantaneus shot and impresive.
- xuaxo (101)
- [2007-12-15 14:47]
Not a good view. But a good photo.
I'm going to close my account at TL, because I don't have time for so many sites. You can see my photos at TrekEarth (xuaxo).
Season's greetings, Francisco (xuaxo at TrekEarth).