A wet walk maybe, but a very nice photo. Like9.
Greetings from Colorado, Mark
Peter, always a challenge to get some nice shadows with bright windows but in this case the silhouette with the secondary light make the nice image, well done, friendship and warm regards from California, Richard. Like
Thank you Steve,
with this new knowledge I went back over the other pictures from here, but no better pictures of swifts were found!
Interesująca fotografia L.
Thank you so much again. Unfortunately time did not permit any different lighting scenarios, such as sunrise, sunset, etc. Later that day many more groups had taken to venturing up into the gorge, in the same casual manner as these three.
Thank you Richard and Steve,
Your visits, awards, and praise are really appreciated. The railway rejoices under the name of Chemin de fer du Vivarais, and this little country station seems to serve no more than three houses! There will be a few more pics of this railway to come, so watch this space!
Thank you Richard
I think this used to be a meat market, as most of the shops seem to have hooks outside appropriate to the butchery trade. I'm glad you like it.
It could almost be Blackpool 50 years ago. A great picture of these trams, which I like very much!
A nice view, and an important shot in that it shows us all what Steve has noticed, and that there are no towels placed there by those from other countries who seem to take a great delight in getting up at 06:00hrs, putting out a towel, then going back to bed for a few hours!
Perhaps we have won the war at last!
Just like Doug says, a nice mix of buildings, contrasted by the big mountains all around. I like it.