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Sunset, Osaka Castle

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 23 July 2007 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Have to dip into the archives again for a bit, getting to the end of the semester and work is beginning to pile up. Haven't had time to concentrate on photography recently... haven't been out with the camera in what feels like ages.

I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!

Makoto from Sapporo, Japan

Beautiful sunset. This colors make a dramatic atmosphere.

23 Jul 2007 11:25am

@Makoto: Cheers Makoto!

ally! from Singapore, Singapore

i love how one corner has clouds, and the other the house's silhouette. beautiful!

23 Jul 2007 11:31am

@ally!: Thank you ally!

Julio Pulido from Barcelona - Sant Boi, Spain

Bonito contraluz recortado sobre el cielo.

23 Jul 2007 12:01pm

@Julio Pulido: Thanks very much Julio!

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

Love the silhouette!

23 Jul 2007 1:16pm

@Craiger: Cheers Craiger.

badala from Leiria, Portugal

An elegant work on these silhouettes! Beautiful colors.

23 Jul 2007 4:07pm

@badala: Cheers badala!

Art Monkey from Salt Spring Island, Canada

what a great shot
looks like one of those cutouts

23 Jul 2007 6:41pm

@Art Monkey: Thanks AM!

Alfredo J. Martiz J. from Tokyo, Japan

Elegant silhouettes as badala said, beautiful color!. Daroru, I guess the feeling of not taking photos in ages is something common here in Japan when you start to get busy, amazing.
Good luck with your work! =)

23 Jul 2007 9:40pm

@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: Thank you Alfredo!

Stu from Kyoto, Japan

Ooh, I like this one, D. I visited here a couple of years ago and was sorely disappointed (kitai hazure as they say), because I'd visited Himeji castle first, and nothing competes with Himeji in terms of untouched splendour. The silhouette was definitely the way to go with Osaka as you can't see the glass elevator, plastic trinket store and hot dog vendor that are undoubtably in the foreground. And with that sky as a backdrop this is a real winner. Nicely done!

26 Jul 2007 2:08pm

@Stu: Thanks very much Stu!