Riviere a Claude
- hello_ishan (304)
- [2006-07-13 7:26]
Excellent shot; I like the colors here & the clouds is superb. I like the whole scene. Thanks for sharing this wonderful shot.
- dada (6560)
- [2006-07-13 7:54]
Hi Robert, sorry for asking, but I wanna learn: this grey (low contrast?) isn't a mistake photographically speaking? I had a pic like yours and someone said it's "solarized" (I don't know if the english word is the same)
the composition is GREAT, excellent, but I wanna know about the grey? do you know something about that or just played in curves?
hope you will not be upset on me, just asking for understand:)
(out of points, sorry)
- cstathoulis (13325)
- [2006-07-13 8:26]
Beautiful and atmospheric photo!
The dull sky and the clouds make it even more moody and the colours softer and more vivid. I'm sure it's a great place to rest and enjoy the view. Great POV and DOF!
Very well done and TFS :)
- jeffsurepix (2972)
- [2006-07-13 11:24]
Your 365th photo to eternity, well done Robert, I like the atmosphere feel, cheers.
Tu me fais redécouvrir ce paysage avec ton regard. J'aimerais te donner le titre de Photographe des Temps Gris, tellement cette série nous montre la Gaspésie aussi belle sous la pluie qu'en plein soleil. J'adore ton point de vue et la superbe perspective de ta composition. Toutes mes félicitations! Annie
- Josine (4069)
- [2006-07-13 17:17]
Again sooo nice Robert
But looking to that one supporting wooden pole under the balcony, oh boy-I hope it will hold , lol
- cleocat (4264)
- [2006-07-13 17:23]
Nice atmosphere. A bit dark and mysterious. The red adds nice contrasting colour.
- Silke (24044)
- [2006-07-13 17:34]
This is an intruigingly moody shot with all that grey overcast, and the red balustrade works to warm it up and relieve the gloom. Excellent composition with good lines leading into the centre, a seeming destination.
Very well done
- eyesthetix (8722)
- [2006-07-17 9:00]
great POV and compo. I wish there was a person or two in the deck in the left foreground, maybe looking into the distance - to add a sense of scale and interest. Still looks good.
Best regards, Daniel