First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire - Mostly Halifax . . . Getting to know the place.
Great reflection for the day!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!Sylvia
Very nice! So crisp and clear!Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue
This is very simple and quite effective! I like the lines, the sudden change from light to shadow which appears to come from the utensils but couldn't, the shadows and the reflections. Good work!
My first thoughts were: Well, look at that! Impressive.
Very good - so clear and sharp.
Minimalist and perfect.
Just proves that we do not have to travel far to find that perfect shot. We just need to be aware. So many would never have noticed this get photo op.
Thank you for your love and sincerity.I cannot take your words without my tears.We did not know the real nature of the object which we made. We have done irreparable thing. The monster of the uncontrollability. . . I am ashamed for world friends in our ignorance.I apologize to everybody as Japanese one.However, you do not need to forgive Japan which polluted the earth. Because this result is last arrival point of way which ourselves chose.The tsunami is the creation of the Nature. The monster is the creature of the Man.This tragedy is already too enough. The monster is Absolutely unnecessary. Convenience. Luxury. Comfort. more, more...Even if all of them are robbed of it, I am enough if there is the beautiful earth.I accept the misfortune with pleasure.The beauty of the Nature which you show. After our tragedy, I recognized them like the complete jewels.From Japan, ruma
That's a lovely elegant photo!
ruma, that is beautiful.
I like photographs of wood grain. How was the food?
A nice composition, a great equilibre in the color, very soft, very pleasant... You did a nice job in picking your weekly reflection !
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