- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2009-07-27 6:10]
Ciao Bob, lovely and peaceful composition with beautiful river, wonderful natural colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2009-07-27 11:19]
beautiful and peaceful scenery of this river with its beautiful
blue colour tone that is doing excellent contrast with
the ground's colour tones, TFS
- lousat (65489)
- [2009-07-27 15:51]
Hi Bob,this pic seem taken in my country...same water,same fields.....but i haven't your class to choose the best pov like you.And another time the sharpness and the colors are impressives!! My best compliments,have a nice day,LUCIANO.
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2009-07-27 19:43]
Please don't pen notes like this, Bob, you scare me!
You're always a person who has lead from the front, kept us together!
So a almost sad note from you, scares me!
A lovely shot, very crisp and detailed, my friend!
- MMM (11425)
- [2009-07-28 12:59]
Lovely landscape.beautiful pov and lovely colors.That is a very sad note Bob,my approach now is to be happy with what I have nowand keep good souvenir of the past.
- pierrefonds (12974)
- [2009-07-29 4:56]
The curve of the creek is an asset to the composition. The dry grass is framing well the creek. The point of view is showing the power of the water moving fast. A good management of the light which is enhancing the colors. Have a nice day.
you add a melancholic note to a quite joyous picture of your favorite river. I humbly suggest that you change your philosophy: instead of saying "Too bad I can't do it anymore" you should think "Fortunately I did it while the going was good". I'm 68, and I saw that my Pamir trip on bicycle was limit-limit physically. I will not be able to continue my dream to travel the Silk road on bike through Tibet. But hell, I have lots of pictures and a good computer, there is not one day (at home) where I don't look at some of them.
I add a story about my old zoology professor crippled with a back pain. To his complete amazement the ailment disappeared by itself with age. That's gerontology, not theology. There are some good things ahead for us old guys!
My best wishes to you, Bob, and keep on sending those slides .
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2009-07-29 10:35]
Good to hear of you, nice notes.
this looks like an nice and peaceful sceney with fine colours.
I do not have to tell you this Bob... we are getting stronger not weaker... where it counts. Many more glorious adventures ahead for us... and without the pain. :)
Let this creek you have pictured here be the symbol of "living water" and let's bathe in it for all of eternity.
Wonderful, meaningful capture... note how the ebge of the creek... that part of the land running along the creek is vibrant and green. :)
- peter_stoeckl (11530)
- [2009-08-13 4:33]
simply beautiful, that lively river winding its way through dry land. Very refreshing to look at. A pleasure to see in mid summer.
With thanks, and all my best wishes to you,
P.S.: Thank your for your visit to my recent posting, and your kind and wise words on "backdrop".
- mamcg (9843)
- [2009-08-28 0:17]
But I don't know where I read this.
Here the water looks floating that is floating
It attract me as I shot a small water chanal that looks like a river.
- sranjan (5784)
- [2009-08-28 7:51]
Great sentiments & very well expressed. This is an amazing composition with dry flora reflecting apoptosis in the midst of plenty (....water i.e. why I would lebel it "Programmed Cell Death"-also called Apoptosis). Hope you are fine. I back from my vacation but heading for 2 weeks physician duty at Goa. Trust all is well.