I can't believe there are no comments on this yet...it is excellent!
Thanks, I'm glad you like it. It's my first real experiment with layers in Photoshop. I'd used them before, to correct exposures, but never purely for effect.
For an image that has been seen over 1300 times, that in itself is a comment. I must say that this is a very impressive bit of work. Congrads.
More color, improve
I was here the other day and it looked a bit differnt to this - much more grey and depressing!! This is great - looks like a Monet Sky (As in Vanilla Sky!)
Thanks - even the grey version has a better sky than the original. It was cold and wet, so the open top bus and boat tours weren't a great idea.
Praise be for Photoshop!
This is even better than the greyscale version! I am one step closer to posting "artsy" pictures here, but still not quite sure. I like the geographical theme here very much, but perhaps a little art won't hurt?
Personally, I'd go for it (as you can tell from a few of mine). If the Panoramio and/or Google teams don't think the image should be on GE, it won't get uploaded. Also, if the image is way too abstract and perhaps not a recognisable place, you could post it unmapped. That way, you get the best of both options.
The GE people seem to be rather picky anyway.. It would be fun to see one or two of one's pictures there.
I'll see if I can come up with some art soon.
OK - I added some pictures af a less geographic nature to my portfolio. Comments on my art are much appreciated!
You aced it on this one! Fantastic!
Nice idea and well done!
I live in Lodon and I went in two times
i miss London!! i been in the londoneye 3 times in diferents seasons! its fantastic, shame i didnt took the pictures like you did!
Thanks. This was taken from one of the river tour boats - they pull up at the base of the eye to pick up passengers.
Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
A mixture of oranges, sunset and a volacano in my eyes.
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Photo taken in Lambeth, London, UK
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