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At Myokenzan Shrine 4

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 21 May 2008 in Lifestyle & Culture.

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

Good composition. Your work is always excellent!! :)

21 May 2008 6:51am

@Makoto: Thank you Makoto!

Observing from Chester, United Kingdom

The tree is amazing. I like this street scene, and the hard contrast works well giving it great impact.

21 May 2008 9:20am

@Observing: Thanks Mike!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Love the street shot, not sure about the overbright light though, I would have cropped it out ;)

21 May 2008 9:47am

@Lorraine: Well, you know, I do like that bright light in my shots....

Persian King from Tehran, Iran

Thanks for your visiting. This image is so cool, old lazy is busy carrying her stuff. And the tree trunk is just amazingly giant

21 May 2008 3:16pm

@Persian King: Thanks Persian King!

yiannis krikis from thessaloniki, Greece

I like the scene you captured here and the contrast

21 May 2008 3:47pm

@yiannis krikis: Thanks yiannis!

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Superb street scene shot. I really like the backlighting and the contrast here!

21 May 2008 8:35pm

@standley: Thanks standley!

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

Another striking and graphic image, good work once again.

21 May 2008 10:23pm

@Richard_Irwin: Cheers Richard!

danthro from Suburbia, United States

cool shot! like this framing and selective color a lot. focuses us on the lady walking by with her bags, and the sense of scale between her and the huge tree

22 May 2008 4:27pm

@danthro: Cheers danthro!

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Your choice of tonality imparts a touch of drama to your choice.....I see you've adopted this way of expression of late. The scene might have been taken on the Takao-san as well, the resemblence is mind boggling. (You know, the "moly mountain" on the outskirts of Tokyo).

26 May 2008 4:44am

@Japanalia: Well these mountains are holy places so I guess they are held in similar reverence Gabriela. Thank you!