If they see fit and you have a minute you can see my future contest in April and see my pictures.
You can also visit my gallery or my favorite photo.
Thank you very much and gretings from Spain.
Thank you for visiting my blog, Crise!
How come did I miss your comment here?
You are prepared so early. :)
You have very good pictures, but I particularly liked this one. Looks like a mangrove swamp with no water ..... something unusual for the eyes of a European. The elements that compose this photograph are completely disordered, but the light is very well chosen, providing a visual rhythm disorder that changes in harmony. Yesterday I could not write my review because I did not have much time, but today I can do it.
Thanks for visiting my gallery. I am preparing so early in the contest in April because I have great confidence in my pictures and want to prepare well for my work and reach many visits can be seen by many people. Panoramio awards the prize I do not care .... yes I care about the prize that brings people with their comments.
Thank you indeed for your sincere and very educative comment. Actually, your comment is exactly what I meant to when pressing the shutter button. The trees were completely disordered and gave me a feeling of mystery when I paused and looked carefully into the wood. Yes, the sun light at 04:30PM helped a lot in highlighting the rhythm.
I am anxious to vote for your contest pics in April! And Spain has
grande foto (no tour by car, bus and airplane)
ha ha 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng), now i notice you love the mangrove photo and put it for contest (me too, but very bad response).
our mangrove forest are under reservation too. they are going to extinct soon due to global warming.
we try to show the world what we have &.5 stars for this photo as a "green" people.
greetings from malaysia.
valerio, thank you very much for the visit and compliment!
Scott, thanks a lot for coming. Your Malaysian mangrove facing extinction is because of global warming but ours in Thailand is because of mass destruction by humans, mainly corrupt politicians. The lush mangroves you see here and elsewhere are the initiatives of HM the King 20-30 years ago. So no one dares to touch and cut down these forests. :)
Best wishes, 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng)
is a pleasure to see your photos - greetings from Italy, valerio giulianelli
O.. this is very beautiful.. what a place.. I want to see this "live". :) Very good photo, 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng).
Žaltys, thank you for your interest! I encourage you to see them "live", if you have a chance to do so. But you need to either come to any tropical area on earth. These are great trees, you know. They can naturally save the coastline from rising sea caused by global warming. They are also habitats for many beautiful birds.
Greetings to LITHUANIA ~ 阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng)
Thank you very much for 500 views!
ขอบคุณครับสำหรับการเข้าชมครบ ๕๐๐ ครั้ง!
beautiful wetland captured.
Hi scotty03, thanks a lot for visiting and leaving such a nice comment. Greetings to Malaysia
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Photo taken in Khlong Khut, Chanthaburi, Thailand
Misplaced? Suggest new location