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This picture is absolutely magnificent! I hope your traveling companions were enjoying this view with you when you snapped this shot.
Hey Volkan - WOW! what a really amazing shot of the Arch, and with Jupiter, too! Great catch!
Christine and Kathy thank you very much for your comments :) Yes it was prety amazing and totally unexpected scene. Thanks for the advice Christine. Best wishes. Volkan
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Incredible shot of the arch Volkan.I recently tried taking a night shot of the arch, but nothing turned out like this. Keep up the good work!
Thank you much Jesse, it was really very remarkable to see the Arch in such beautiful evening. I noticed that I have some shots that look better to me than this. Eventually I am planning to share them as well. Best wishes from raining Chicago ;) Volkan
gerçekten çok çok güzel.
dayanamadım oy verdim ve favorilerim arasına ilave ettim...
umarım Türkiyeye döndüğünüzdede güzel ülkemizin harika fotolarını çekmeye devam edersiniz.
herşeyden önce bu ülke tanıtımı turizmi için önemli diye düşünüyorum. (???)
........ My (new) CoNtEsT ........
Greetings from Turkiye...
Serkan Ustadim, cok tesekkurler ilgine. Aslinda bu fotografta anitin 192 metrelik yuksekligi, agaclarin on plana yakin olmalari nedeniyle yeterince belli olmuyor. O yuzden baska bir fotograf daha yuklemeyi dusunuyorum. Esasen bu fotograftan once yukledigim Ay ve ondan onceki tarihi eser ile nispeten ilginc bir siralama olusturdugumu dusunuyorum ;)
Kismet olursa yilbasina dogru Tekrar Turkiye'mizden fotograf cekme sansim olacak. Chicagodan bol selamlar. Volkan
Oh wow, Volkan, not1word sent me here, and I'm glad he did, this is extravagantly extraordinarily, ...... marvelous!
Words don't describe it, acually!
Very best wishes to you!
This is an absolutely great shot. Well done!
Dear Sue Allen, than you very much. As Alway I am delighted to see your kind messages :) Also thanks to not1word for bringing this photo to your attention and for his/her comments.
To me this photo has another significance. This photo is the last one of my Arch series pictures. In case if you're interested here is the first Arch photo, the second that I think inspired people for making arches and again the one in this page is the third of the series ;)
Finally, here is the Panoramic view from the top of the Arch. Best wishes, Volkan
Thank you much Tony. Again because of your message I noticed another violation. This and this are my photos which were posted by one of the user above. Best wishes, Volkan
The photo is beautiful, fantastic design with great colors!
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Kind regards from Germany, Reiner
Hello Reigner, like I already mentioned in several occasions, nearby trees in this photo are misleading our perception about the size of this humongous monument. I hope you can experience it in person someday. BTW, congratulations on your winning photography and best wishes to Germany. Volkan
Great photo. The golden color makes this picture of the Arch unique. Was this done for effect, or is this the way it just came out from the night shot? Greetings from Denver, Colorado, but I lived in St. Louis for almost 40 years.
Dear Ryandenver, thanks for your message. Yes this is the natural reflection of the surrounding city light which are mostly high pressure sodium type. If you're interested, I just added new pictures from the area you can reach them using the Gateway Arch tag. Best wishes from Chicago, Volkan
luocongin - It is against Panoramio policy to use Panoramio for advertizing purposes. Your repeated copied and pasted messages like the one above asking people to visit your page, and the screen-shots on your page of the wares you have for sale make your account subject to being deleted.
Oh no! But where will we get the fish soup then, kamaly? ; )
cheers from seattle,wa
Phantastic photo, Volkan. YS and "like" of course...
Coming across this one in GE, I´m going to take a closer look upon your collection now...
Best regards from Southern Germany, Peter
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