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tonyharrattphotography replied to your post: ‘Ajar’ - f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…:

'Gorgeous, JM! Lovely exposure, sharp, but it’s the processing that makes this one: beautifully rendered… much liked here!’

va103 replied to your post: 'Ajar’ - f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…:

'Oh, I love this!’

himmelueberhamburg replied to your post: 'Ajar’ - f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…:

'You have a very good eye for details. This photo is a lovely confusion of colors, the stonework (wall) and the flowerpots.’

alittletasteofmint replied to your post: 'Ajar’ - f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…:FL…

'Always great compositions!’

borisla replied to your post: Ajar f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…

'Ajar’ - f3.5; 1/10s; ISO 400: FL…:

Tony, Rita, Stefan, Lina, Jeremy, thank you for your warm support! I agree with Stefan: in that window I was confused about the curious mixture of colors - the successive layers of old paint on the wall, the pots, the pinwheel … -. Anyway, I still do not understand how I could get a minimum sharpness, shooting at 1/10s :)!

bouncedlight replied to your photo“On the ancient street”

love the various textures and the tones of this

morsommen replied to your photo“On the ancient street”

Beautiful shot, Errne. Really love this. 

Thanks a lot. I made it HDR at first, but then edited a bit more, using four different programs in all. There is always a risk of overediting, but with the risk there is a chance of reward.  Not sure if it was really necessary, but I’m pleased with the result and glad that you liked it too. luxlit reblogged your photo“Windmills of Stirling” Every Luxlit reblog lights my day and I’m always gratefull. sightofthetombs many reblogs at once is appreaciated no less.
borisla replied to your post“Thanks”

I think your doing a fine job. Don’t be scared, the more you open up to the community, the less it bites!

Your words really make me feel better and less paranoid :) I do hope I’ll have more cheerful things to share with the community in the future. For now thanks everyone for the kidness.
Erne

borisla replied to your post “I just wanted to let you know that I thought you were really rude”

loll, great answer and I agree with you fuzzy! The joke about hearing tits actually made me laugh and I think that you have the right to do what you want with your photos and one of the reasons to post is to get some feedback not give away blindly.

Enh, people can use the anon ask box for whatever they like really.  Usually they just hurl abuse at me.  Point is, I simply do not take things seriously enough to indulge what was a bizarre and rather illogical request, regardless of how much this anon may or may not like my photos.  canona is certainly entitled to her opinion, but this is the way I run my blog.  Even if I lose all my followers and end up sitting alone in a room making soup from banana peels and rocks.  Which I may or may not have already done.

What I’m saying is, don’t try making soup from banana peels and rocks.

In the end, Goldilocks did not arrive... at Hansel & Gretel's house!

achello replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

‘So cool! A real gingerbread house!’

Thank you Terry :)… it was a really lovely (but, i’m afraid, not eatable) house!

mojo5050 replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

'beautiful Juan!’

Many thanks, Monica; I’m glad you liked it. Sometimes you get in one of those places where you feel like a child again!

thevortexofourminds replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

Great find and amazing detail shot! Love the title too. :)

I had good light (…and time; indeed I was in a queue!) to shoot, Pete. So I got a ‘sharp’ shot! Thanks for your kind words!

borisla replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

'Where’s Hansel & Gretel?’

Ha, ha…! Seeing the photo, everyone has thought about them, rather than Goldilocks, Jeremy. The conclusion is clear: I chose a bad title; wrong tale :D!

hjs-photo replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

'Love the colors! And I am sure Mathilda wants to live in that house ;))’

Thank you, Juergen! No wonder that Mathilda would want to live in this house. But, indeed, I really would not mind doing so!

harryschuler replied to your post: ‘Waiting for Goldilocks’ - F5; 1/640s; ISO…

'Parece la casa de Hansel y Gretel, o al menos siempre la imagine asi. Excelente composicion’.

Ja, Ja; Gracias Harry! Lo curioso del caso es que lo primero que pensé cuando hacía a foto fue en Hansel y Gretel pero luego cambié  de cuento porque siempre me había imaginado de otro modo la casa de la bruja que se los quiere comer… En fin. Ahora veo, que casi todos hemos pensado lo mismo :D!

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