beauty survived the war
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2006-12-19 6:00]
lovely pov, well saturated colours,
tfs & regards
- JoseMiguel (5658)
- [2006-12-19 6:22]
It's so charming the lanscape you present us!
I like specially the light, this illumination makes a very intimate atmosphere here.
The composition is so good, with the folding side tree filling across the upper middle, and the ducks? swinming under.
Excellent the POV and nice color saturation.
Very interesting and helpul your comments on the note.
Kind regards and thanks for share,
- Bribios (603)
- [2006-12-19 6:54]
Quizá un poco saturado de má, pero agradable.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2006-12-19 7:18]
A very peaceful and tranquil scene. Looks like a place to get all kinds of nature shots. Very informative notes. Glad to hear that things are returning to normal and going well in that part of the world. We only tend to hear the bad stuff. It is good to hear life is much better.
- mobiaga (146)
- [2006-12-19 7:57]
hello! fantastic place! TFS
- pablominto (14563)
- [2006-12-19 8:07]
That tree is fantastic and the place is most picturesque!
Beautiful composition, great colours and sharp fine details!
- red45 (31094)
- [2006-12-19 8:56]
Beautifull photo, very calm and opposite to war stories. Green underwater plants look superb, same as composition with lonely tree. I was in Bosnia last summer and agree - it is beautifull and friendly country now. But we travelled via Sarajevo and Mostar - these two cities still carry many signs of war. Especially Mostar.
BTW - beltanie wody z endemicznymi kielzami to musiala byc prawdziwa radocha :-)
- mikou (6093)
- [2006-12-19 9:06]
Place is amazing.Beautiful lighting gives splendid colours and interesting atmosphere.Big peace and cleanness radiates from here.I like also green carpetings vegetation out at elbows.Perfect angle look and beautiful composition.
- wkshelton (5492)
- [2006-12-19 9:10]
Excllent work, great colors Bg POV DOF perfect details very crisp, nicly composed and capture photo, Perfect work,
- Bufo (4247)
- [2006-12-19 10:17]
as I understood one of the reasons you took this picture was to show the beaty of this place. And I can say, you succeeded. Despite all the post war disaters which are left behind the beauty itself shows. As a keen herpetologist I am very curous ofcoarse what species inhabit these waters.
- marcin (2057)
- [2006-12-19 12:17]
witaj Michale, piekne ujecie, milo popatrzec na cos takiego gdy za oknem nieciekawie, pozdrowienia
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-12-19 14:47]
A beautiful place and you captured it very good. The shape of this tree is awesome. Love the clarity of the shallow water and all the patches of water plants.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2006-12-19 15:02]
Fajna fotka i jak zwykle ciekawa historia. Czekam na wiecej
- jmp (8415)
- [2006-12-19 18:07]
Beatiful view and interesting notes. Composition and colors are wonderful!
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2006-12-20 5:12]
Yes, these war-torn countries were uppermost in the human mind for quite sometime, Michal. Thank God, the nightmare is now long over and things have returned to normal.
You bring us this image of hope with lot of feelings and I personally appreciate your effort.
The image is interesting in that the park is submerged in water but we can still see all the details in the foreground!
A scene that is truly an antithesis to war in terms of the sense of peace and tranquillity it conveys now.
- Robespierre (1424)
- [2006-12-20 16:55]
This picture breaths a very calm and peaceful atmosphere. A simple but fantastic composition, with the tree in the right position. I like the light-fall and the colors very much, it is soft and fragile.
Informative note too.
TFS and regards, Ruud
- Dave (2178)
- [2006-12-20 20:56]
You have done a superb job of capturing the essence of this place! The picture is beautiful, and the note inspires me to make a visit if only the means were there...;-)
Thanks & TFS,
ps I've been very busy lately and not able to visit TN as much as I like...:-(
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-12-20 23:05]
Well done Michal.
Peaceful setting and I like the greens throughout the frame..from the algae up :)
Even the barely visible ducks add to this tranquil scene.
Happy Holidays mf.
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-12-21 13:14]
Yes, this really looks like a very beautiful, peaceful place with clear water and beautiful trees - a place to "make love, not war!". Very nice composition and lovely colours.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
- blakitan (5517)
- [2006-12-21 19:55]
Indeed, this is a very beautiful place. I would like to visit this part of the world someday.
Excellent shot and very informative note.
- flagman (2408)
- [2007-01-04 5:40]
Very beautiful. Yes, maybe the composition and cropping is not perfect but it still has a magical quality to it. Thanks for sharing.
- SkyF (8073)
- [2007-01-08 9:12]
wonderful scenery, colors and details are very nice. I love the POV and light. A wonderful tranquil mood that you captured.
- sily (1934)
- [2007-01-15 15:25]
I apreciate the note and posting this photo, war took some 10 years of my life, nature is the only thing that can always heal us and itself, thank you.
- biero (12)
- [2007-01-16 0:09]
What a lovely place, I realy love this picture and this tree.
Thank's so mutch.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-01-27 20:57]
This is a nice shot Michal and a very interesting note. I do like your composition with that great leaning tree framing the ducks and that clear shallow water. It is of some comfort to know that beautiful places do recover from the effects of war. I often wonder if there will be anything left of Iraq to restore once we are through with whatever it is we are doing there! Thanks for sharing
Evelynn : )