Wednesday, February 17, 2010

A Rainy Day in Munich

I took this picture on our last day in Munich. I was sad to leave but I was looking forward to going home.

19 comments:

  1. I like all the brick I'm this photo and the long look. Well dome.

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  2. Great photo. I like how you composed this shot. Gorgeous.

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  3. Love your composition, the perspective and the umbrellas adding interest.

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  4. Marvelous composition, James! Really stunning shot! Love it and you do get the feeling of a wet day! There are a lot of those in Germany as I remember! Have a great evening!

    Sylvia

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  5. I love the composition and so excellent in black and white. The glimmer of the wet brick is eye-catching and the people doing their everyday routines is a bonus...impressive!

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  6. James, Munich is such a great city! Love the reflection of light on the bricks.

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  7. Akk I can do is second the other comments. Really a stunning photo. I like the long foreground which leads the eye through the arch and beyond.

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  8. I just want to walk down the walkway!

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  9. Terrific shot, James! Lots of wonderful detail.
    Sunny :)

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  10. This perspective is wonderful and your shot is very romantic:last look backward, with the desire to stay here, or first look at the road leading you home?...

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  11. Always.

    Beautiful and dreamy capture of the wet stones and tracks.

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  12. Wonderful picture James, I loved the feeling that stones bring , something nostalgic, something romantic...as you said also a feeling to go back home!
    Léia

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  13. Cool. The path just draws you right into background. Great composition--feel like I am there.

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  14. This is a great black and white photo James. I love the rainy day photo and the old world look of Munich.

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  15. I like the reflective features of the wet cobblestone. You captured the lighting on it perfectly.

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  16. As for this work, your original story world spreads out.
    I love your such scenery to be touched by.

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  17. Fantastic shot. I love the way the light shines on some of the bricks.

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