You know, Steve, the miracle of your photos isn´t reclusively the photography-part. It is the "all-in package" you always offer. Each of your photos has a story; and with the story they gain a soul. Most of your photos are incredible enough being standalones without this story, but without the information behind they remain just pictures. Equipped with a story or information they mutate into an illustrated story-book with a heart & a soul. And that´s obviously the mystery of your photography ... your photos not only have, but reveal their souls. They strike a chord with the beholder. And in consequence one cannot help being charmed by them. And yes - it is a given that the man behind the camera not only has "two (photographer´s) eyes" but "a romantic sensibility", too. Without these characteristics your photography would never be able to radiate the emotionalism as it does.
Thank You very much for Your especially comments to my Pictures from NYC !
To read Your comments is an absolute Pleasure for me - You see so much things and details, so I have to look for the Pictures twice.
Hans-Gerd ( from the Lake of Constance )
Greetings, Steve - and many thanks for your comment under my railway station image ... I appreciate it a lot - great that you have had the experience of riding the train through the mountains, I've driven across the country a couple of times :-)))
greetings and wishing you a good week,
thank you very much for your nice and friendy comments to my pictures. You have a lo of great photos in your portfolio as well. I wanted to comment "It's going to be a long night" and "Steam in the Snow No.2" as well, but there are no longer in discussion. They are great, well taken and presented. I wish you a lot of inspiration, motifes and wonderful light.