Der Mann im Strom

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Holzfigur von Stephan Balkenhohl

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Comments (10)

jeff_msn123 on October 7, 2008

Nice photo. Voted.

If you like the linked photos, please give your vote to it – PHOTO I, PHOTO II, PHOTO III.

Thank you

Cheers from Hong Kong, Jeff

klaus040-Views?Never… on October 8, 2008

Thanx a lot for your visit and all your voting **Jeff*. I had these links in a comment of you a few days before. I voted for two of them because they are very beautiful. But I want to know, what you are doing there? Trying to push some photos from 0 to 1000 clicks in a few days? Are you an agent for someone we don't know? We get no reaktion from this photographer (I deleted my comments). Doesn't he understand our comments, can't he write in english? Tell to him that his gallery shows a very amazing landscape, but we want to have contact to himself. Cheers Klaus

klaus040-Views?Never… on October 8, 2008

Jeff: Par ex. I wrote a chinese comment to this photo but there is no reaktion. Perhaps this photographer don't want the comments. You send links to very much panoramio-members to get votes for this photos and all do so and give an effort to write nice comments: no reaction! You shouldn't do so - you told me yourself: this is a forum for fun, not for assembling clicks. Much greetings, Klaus

jeff_msn123 on October 22, 2008

Dear Klaus,

Sorry for that and late reply.

He is a good photographer. I want more good photographer to join in. I can enjoy watching more beautiful photos. Thus, I would like to do something to encourage and support it.

Do you want more Germany photograhers to join in the panoramio? I don't know your answer. But, I want more Chinese photographer to join it. I will have more fun.

I don't know whom he is. Thus, I am unable to predict his response. I hope it will change a silent member to a normal member.

Best regards, Jeff

klaus040-Views?Never… on October 23, 2008

Hi Jeff: I think we are panoramio-friends and that's the reason, why I send those words to you, hoping that your action does'nt nerve too much panoramio-members.

I want more chinese photographer...I hope it will change a silent member to a normal member.

I can understand, what you want to say to me. Your whish for more chinese photographers is very o.k. But I think it's better you try to convince him instead to collect votes. It is shurely right, to bring comments from other peoples to him. My critic goes to the mass of links to everyone. My advice would be: take contact to him and declare to him what you want. I hope, you understand what I mean - and please excuse my sometimes direktly speaking. Kind regards, your Klaus

jeff_msn123 on October 23, 2008

Hi Klaus

Noted your concern. I like people more direct. It will communicate easily. Thanks my panoramio friend.

Best regards, Jeff

Larissa Subb on April 5, 2011

Ich habe ihn auch gesehen... :-))

klaus040-Views?Never… on April 12, 2011

Außer Dir noch 2850 andere, Larissa (:-)). Aber Du, Du hast ihn in Wirklichkeit gesehen, wie er so vor sich hinschaukelt. Ist doch lustig, oder? Wir haben davon drei verschiedene in Hamburg.

Gruß, Klaus

Larissa Subb on April 14, 2011

Natuerlich in Wirklichkeit!!! :-)) Aber ich habe sein Gesicht nicht betrachtet... Wir haben mit dem Schiff gefahren, das sehr schnell gegangen hat... :-))) Er hat sehr ploetzlich erscheint und es ist zuerst nicht klar, ist das ein lebender Mensch??!!! :-)))

Und noch habe ich solchen Mensch in Bremen gesehen! :-))

klaus040-Views?Never… on April 14, 2011

Ja, inzwischen findet man sie auch öfter. Ich finde auch, daß sie täuschend echt aussehen. Dieses Bild ist auch vom Schiff aus gemacht, Larissa. Vom Ufer aus sieht man ihn ja nur von hinten...

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  • Uploaded on September 8, 2008
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    by klaus040-Views?Never…
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ50
    • Taken on 2008/09/04 08:51:09
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 35.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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