Lovely shot, wonderful light and great pov.
I wish I could have seen this angel face and her building when they were new!
'She' seems a little dreamy, or maybe its a 'he'.
She looks like my elder sister when she was young :)Have a nice Friday evening!
Oh, she's very pretty. Love the angle of the light on this.
She looks very serene.
It's a beautiful angel Francisca and your photo is superb!I was amazed how many wonderful details there are in this city!
What a beautiful face on the angel. I like this so much and the photograph is very well done.
Lovely photo, and the lighting is excellent!
this has such a quiet beauty to it. it's a quite wonderful photo Francisca. I love everything about it. especially her hand, the light, and the way you've framed this. have a relaxing weekend.
Love it...The light is beautiful; it makes your shot more dramatic :)
That's a Goethe bookcover, right?
A bare breasted angel to be sure. But I was trying to make out her hair. It looks almost Medusa-like, or am I seeing things?
Simply beautiful!Thanks for sharing;o)***Have a nice and happy weekend****
Terrific lighting and perspective.
Happy Weekend Francisca, where are you now?
Beautiful image Francisca. I wonder if the photo would be even better close cropped from the left?
Very good black and white photography.Regards!
Lovely and peaceful.
Thanks for that vocabulary word today.
Hi again Francisca - so sorry to hear your marble sculpture cracked. Perhaps it's as beautiful in pieces. And yes, my visit to YSP was pre-DSLR. I shall have to go again.. though I doubt I would get such a perfect day for photos.
Hi Francisca,Thanks for visiting and your comments. When I suggested you try cropping your image from the left I was reacting to the extra space on the left. Cropping can be instructive. Some images are just right the way they are while others can benefit from subtle or not so subtle crops.Think of cropping as an exploration of possibilities, what if?? Play a bit. You just might discover a better composition lurking within.Don't be afraid of square images either. This one might be a candidate for square. There are no rules. Play and use your intuition to tell you when something is right.
One more thing Francisca. I did mention (briefly) in my post that I cropped the image from the top. I did that because there was too much sky. The crop made the image more horizontal and panoramic and helped reinforce the lines of the pier and the shoreline.I tried different proportions until I found one I liked.
What a beautiful angel. So lovely...Great shot !Have a nice weekend.
Very pretty detail, and thanks for the link!
A nice one for B & W. Happy Weekend, Francisca
Beautiful photo. I always feel so inept at black and white and am envious of your talent. The light in this one is what makes the mood!
Love both angle and cropping.
very nice photo - I like the light on her face..
She's truly lovely. And beautifully draped ;>) (And I learned a new word; love my KIndle dictionary.
Love the details on older buildings. :) Love!
such a soft face even though it is stone. :)
The black and white works well here - excellent light. It's interesting how so often these works of art seem to remain unmolested as the building that surrounds them crumbles to the ground.
I always love your B&W photos, Francisca! The eyes are looking at something far away. I probably look like this when I'm at work but dreaming of the beach ;D
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