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C.'s Augenweide on October 20, 2009

Dear Eric, nice to hear you again, thanks for your comments! My good wishes travel with the wind to you. I hope it is not too chilly or maybe a such a frosty breeze is even welcome over there? ;-)

Christiane

Rai©Lui on October 25, 2009

Da ist dir ein "Schnäppchen" gelungen!!!

Meine Frau schimpft auch immer, wenn ich so heftig auf Durchzug lüfte ;-)

Stefano M.-No Views! on October 27, 2009

Bellissima, questa rottura imprevista dell'ordine! Stella d'Oro! Ciao, S.

C.'s Augenweide on October 28, 2009

Schwupps, danke!

Ciao Stefano, mi fa piacere! Grazie per la stella.

оlivier ьrouшers on November 25, 2009

RESPECT THE AUTHOR'S ORIGINAL FORMAT PLEASE!

Stefano M.-No Views! on November 25, 2009

Olivier, Christiane I have already expressed my protest in this forum. I invite you to make it also!

C.'s Augenweide on November 26, 2009

HI Oliver and Stefano, I protested yesterday against the unbearable cropping, which is stopped now at least. I told them also that I don't like the new layout for two other reasons:

  1. the huge thumbnails take the overview away. It is like you have your nose stuck in the plate.

  2. the big thumnails cancel the appetite to enlarge a photo. Before the thumbnails was the appetizer, creating curiosity, hunger for more, to get satisfaction by letting the picture enter the scene in all its splendor. Now everthing is obvious, no more imagination, hunger, no more sadisfaction. You will certainly have less cklicks. The new layout is that for a fast food picture consumption.

C.'s Augenweide on December 3, 2009

Hi Nicolas, I got your comment by mail and now it is gone here on the page. Anyhow you got a point, because the old small thumbnails sometimes let you miss a good picture or let you step on a less interesting one. So increasing the size was not a bad idea, but to my opinion 200px is too much. 150 pixels and four rows I would have been sufficient.

KInd regards, Christiane

Patrick Munsch on December 15, 2009

encore une merveille, je ne vais pas toutes les étoiler , mais quel belles images

Hans Sterkendries on January 17, 2010

Very nice composition. I love the curbed lines...

andrea gambetti on April 27, 2010

Lovely pic! I like it!

C.'s Augenweide on May 7, 2010

Thank you Patrick, Hans Sterkendries and Andrea Gambetti!

Kind regards, Christiane

JPablodc on May 28, 2010

Great composition!

Greetings

AngelUzquiza on October 30, 2010

well seen! LIKE 3

greetings, Angel.

themachinist on December 9, 2010

Bellissima, complimenti, Y/S, ciao da Genova.

C.'s Augenweide on December 16, 2010

Grazie Jpablodc, Angel and themachinist for your kind appreciation! Greetings, Christiane

Priska Ziswiler on February 28, 2011

like

witziges detail mit der wehenden gardiene!

lg priska

Ingrid RG on September 2, 2012

Ein Superfoto, Christiane. Stell Dir vor, die "flüchtige Erscheinung" hab ich auf den ersten Blick für den Kopf eines Raubvogels gehalten! Erst danach fiel mir auf, daß derartige Riesenvögel wohl schon seit geraumer Zeit nicht mehr existieren. Schade eigentlich... Liebe Grüße aus Paris, Ingrid

C.'s Augenweide on September 2, 2012

Hallo Ingrid, tatsächlich, jetzt sehe ich auch den Raubvogelschnabel, und welche phantastische Geschichte könnte man sich vorstellen über den Vogel im Hochhaus...danke für den Kommentar und schönen Gruß aus Wien! Christiane

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