martes, junio 05, 2007

Caballero a contraluz

I guess you already know how I like this kind of statue post... And here I am, playing with the sun, the light and General Martínez Campos sculpture in Retiro Park.
It's almost real uh? Have a nice week!


Supongo que ya os habreís dado cuenta de lo que me gusta hacer fotos a esculturas que me voy encontrando por ahi... Y aquí estoy, jugando al escondite con el sol, con la figura imponente del General Martínez Campos, y su monumento en el Retiro.
Parece casi real, ¿eh? ¡Feliz semana!

Listening to loquillo Cadillac solitario

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At 5/6/07 00:23, Blogger GMG said...

Great shot, Dsole! El Caballero seems prepared to start flying those clouds...

 
At 5/6/07 00:27, Blogger isabella said...

Very lifelike, indeed! And what a full life El Caballero had...

 
At 5/6/07 00:32, Anonymous kris said...

i like such a composition too..Nice take!

 
At 5/6/07 01:39, Blogger Annie said...

Hello Dsole,

Is everything better now? Has your day brightened? I was sad to hear that you've been having a bad time of it lately. Here are my wishes for peace and joy.

Annie

 
At 5/6/07 07:33, Blogger pusa said...

nice silhouette shot!

 
At 5/6/07 08:15, Blogger photowannabe said...

Wishing you a bright and happy day just like this lovely picture. Its a great composition and the sky is perfect.

 
At 5/6/07 10:37, Blogger Irina said...

I like the lighting, it makes the picture quite different to ordinary 'postcards for a tourist'

 
At 5/6/07 11:08, Blogger Leena said...

Deluxe, dsole!
Have a good, sunny days!

 
At 5/6/07 11:21, Blogger Sharm said...

good work

have a nice day ..

 
At 5/6/07 12:17, Blogger Fabrizio ikol22 said...

For reasons long to say I can only see the thumbnail on DP portal. Well, in this frame, at my eyes, it looks like: El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes.

Probably it doesn't match anything but, as said, it's what it let feel me :-) --- Thank you Dsole.

 
At 5/6/07 12:28, Blogger Olivier said...

les ombres sont superbes, digne d'un theatre chinois. bravo

the shades are superb, worthy of a Chinese success. cheer

 
At 5/6/07 13:40, Blogger Steve Buser said...

There some tradition here in statues. I think it is if the person was a general he sits upon a horse. Good shot.

 
At 5/6/07 14:45, Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I like the effect. It is nice. I wonder how much detail is in the statue that appears to be lost? It might surprise you.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate seeing your name there.

 
At 6/6/07 05:22, Blogger Olive said...

Wow this is a great shot, I just love the light in the background!

 
At 6/6/07 07:32, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Very nice silhouette of the statue.

I like your technique of shooting against the light. Most of the time, I try to shoot away from the light to get a good photo.

 
At 6/6/07 08:45, Blogger Ioanna said...

I like this photo. I like the "caballero" in shade. He looks very brave on his horse.Have a nice week dsole.

 
At 6/6/07 14:23, Blogger lv2scpbk said...

Wonderful shot.

 
At 7/6/07 22:46, Anonymous Piika said...

Hola Dsole ... it´s really hot in Seville!

 
At 8/6/07 03:24, Anonymous Chad said...

great contrast, wonderful photo

 
At 8/6/07 18:41, Anonymous ruth said...

Fantastic sillhouette!

 

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