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Comments (188)

"Cuky"/A.S.G."NO VIE… on September 8, 2008

Un encuadre perfecto para una imagen perfecta. Felicidades de Antonio.

Antonietta * on September 9, 2008

Fernando ¿Que puedo decir que no se haya dicho ya? Es una imágen muy original que solo el ojo de un buen artista como tu puede captar. Gracias por compartir. Saludos

F.Azevedo on September 9, 2008

Gracias Antonio por tu agradable comentario.

Saludos, Fernando

F.Azevedo on September 11, 2008

Hola Antonietta! Gracias por tu comentario. A veces me gusta hacer algo más que apuntar y hacer clic en el botón.

Saludos, Fernando

José Ángel Sánchez F… on September 22, 2008

Muchas gracias, F.Azevedo. Veo en tu colección que también te gustan las ventanas. En esta de aquí has captado perfectamente la contundencia tanto en el color como en la composición, logrando un efecto muy pictórico. Enhorabuena.

Un saludo.

José Ángel

F.Azevedo on September 24, 2008

Gracias José Ángel por tu amable comentario. Es verdad. Las ventanas son un tema que me encanta.

Saludos, Fernando

EVA_L on October 7, 2008

Your collection of windows is wonderful, Fernando! All are with a different character, but very cheerful!

Greetings from Ukraine. Eva

darioferre on October 7, 2008

parece de plastilina....saludos....

Reiner Vogeley (No V… on October 7, 2008

Beautiful shot Fernando. Very nice composition and wonderful colours. y*

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Best regards, Reiner.

F.Azevedo on October 8, 2008

Thanks a lot Eva. I'm very glad you like my windows.

Greetings from Portugal, Fernando

F.Azevedo on October 9, 2008

Gracias darioferre. Me alegra que te guste esta ventanita. Saludos, Fernando

Elemér NO VIEWS on October 9, 2008

Specially beautiful photo !


m-a-n-t-r-a on October 9, 2008

What a great window! Looks so cosy and colors are so warm )

arif solak on October 9, 2008

hello ))

Welcome To Fethiye

If all places and all seas were known by a colour, Fethiye’s colour would be turquoise. The word turquoise, a blue that has more than a hint of green, comes from the blue used in the Turkish tile work. The most beautiful shade of the colour blue came and settled on the waters of the Ölüdeniz (Dead Sea). Towards evening, around sunset, you catch such a wonderful turquoise you can never see on any other seas. If you call it blue you are wrong, if you say it is green it is not that either but both together. It is difficult to put it into words. It is best if you go and see it for yourself and be hit by a lightening bolt!


Greetings from Turkey, Arif

F.Azevedo on October 10, 2008

Thanks Reiner for your yellow star.

Greetings, Fernando

F.Azevedo on October 10, 2008

Thanks Elemér. I'm glad you like this little window.

Greetings, Fernando

F.Azevedo on October 11, 2008

Thanks m-a-n-t-r-a for your visit and kind comment.

Greetings, Fernando

F.Azevedo on October 12, 2008

Hello Arif. Thanks for your visit.

Greetings, Fernando

A.SKINNER on October 13, 2008

It's very striking, a beautiful window. Y.S. Regards, Anita

Gastone “GAST1” Sega… on October 15, 2008

Great. Y.S. for you and this photo. Gastone

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 1, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by F.Azevedo
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S9600
    • Taken on 2008/04/25 13:04:56
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/480)
    • Focal Length: 11.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash