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16 thoughts on “Photo101: Natural world and leading lines, from Bali”
ah Bali one of my favorite pockets in the world…
I should think of going back before i m really into a serious job again ….
Oh these are beautiful! In the first one, the rule of thirds is applied nicely since the person and the boat are placed in the top right corner. That applies to the second one to, even though there, the focus lies more on the lines between the fields for me. Very well done!
Thanks a lot, I really appreciate your comments. A little bit of technic is so helpful, it totally changes a picture for the very best. Thanks again and have a lovely day (cheers with my VG smoothie, inspired by your post 🙂
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!
I had almost forgotten how beautiful Bali is.. The silence, the fragrances made those scenes so special. Glad you liked the pict, all the good vibes are my special morning present to you 🙂
Wow. If I had to choose your top one would be my favourite with all the water reflections it’s just so lovely!
Me too actually 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by, on my way to cook your yummy salmon pastas…
Wonderful pictures! How I wish I could visit right now… 🙂
So lovely. The first picture, in particular, is absolutely breathtaking, Estela.
Bali is the most beautiful island ever. I give it all the credit 🙂
I love these photos! They’re so vibrant! Haven’t been to Bali but it’s on my list!
Trust me Amanda, you’ll love it. Especially after long cold and humid European months 😉
Lovely photos! Also the layout of your blog is very interesting. I haven’t seen one like it before.
THanks a lot 🙂 I’ve been trying to give it a personal touch, I am very happy you like it! Happy week end dear 🙂