I can't describe how much I enjoyed your really nice comment in my profile! Thank you so much, I'm happy you like my photos!
I enjoyed your's, too, it's so nice to meet people here in fotocommunity that live in totally different environments! To be honest - I don't want to live in such a big city as San Francisco! But you show us very unusuall points of view; I really like the details of the houses and the roofs!
Keep on and hopefully enjoy your time here in fotocommunity as much as I do!
Best wishes from Iceland - Kerstin
Thanks for all the comments. Out of curiosity, you say you 'started off' with a Panasonic DMC FZ20, what do you use now ? I'm thinking of looking for another and word of mouth is always useful. Cheers.
thank you for your friendly comment on my "sea picture". I took the opportunity to look at your pictures - and found them great!! Living at the ocean gives a special feeling of life and a special way of seeing the world.
By the way: I want to visit your homepage but didn't succeed. I don't know why.
Best wishes and kind regards, Ise.
you always pay attention to the details...interesting and refreshing.
although this time both details from your comments where done intentionally( as most of my work lots of details that you see or missing in a picture are done intentionally , i am "tempering" with the images ).
from my point of view , art work can't be symmetrical...symmetry takes away the movement from the art, after a while it looks flat and boring.that's why i cropped the shoe. actually, this image is centered to the woman...for lots of different reasons, to long and to philosophical to write that .now!! i am curios how would you see that?
PS love your electric coffee , great metaphor
They're my favourite trees for good reason. I'm pretty sure you'll see them in their incredible variety of colours in our distinctly different seasons up here. They are also within 50 metres (yards) of the SS Klondike in downtown Whitehorse which makes it convenient for me.
Thank you for your comment on my work....creativity is something special - I hope you keep your photography alive and it is just like riding a bike, you never forget.
Look forward to seeing more of your work.
Kind Regards, Nicole.