Comments by Richard Dong on Sun, 03/31/13 15:46
A gorgeous spring day in Discovery Park, Seattle.
Comments by Richard Dong on Sun, 03/31/13 15:55
Unfortunately, due to the limitations of PCrit has decreased the sharpness of this image. A more faithful rendition is here:
Comments by Mike Hites on Sun, 03/31/13 16:00
Thanks for the link, Richard. Very nice. I like the tones and the leaves in the higher res pic
Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Sun, 03/31/13 16:04
An interesting image based on the combination of the toning and the interplay of light and shadow. I find a darker background (either grey or black) helps to enhance the detailing to be found in the picture.
Comments by Linda Frey on Sun, 03/31/13 18:06
I thought of hands reaching out, but I guess moose antlers would work too.
Comments by Michael Meek on Mon, 04/01/13 02:39
Well Richard, now I know what you were doing standing there before that big maple. Well seen!
Comments by Michael Meek on Mon, 04/01/13 02:46
Richard was a very gracious guest. Teresa was out singing Easter morning so it was up to me to serve breakfast. Richard got a bowl of my home-made sauerkraut and a pickled egg. He hardly complained at all!
Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Mon, 04/01/13 07:17
It's a wonderful, big hug. Good work.
Comments by Michael Meek on Mon, 04/01/13 08:41
I made this comment under one of Richard's recent posts:
Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Mon, 04/01/13 14:47
Sauerkraut and pickled eggs, in Seattle. Ha ! You must have got lost Richard. Michael doesn't eat foods like that. I could see seaweed & lobster. He must have been holding out on you. Nice Image, Richard.
Comments by Richard Dong on Mon, 04/01/13 16:15
Michael is being embarrassingly effusive in his praise. Hmmm, wasn't Socrates blind? While I was scanning the foliage Michael was picking out birds as though he was equipped with some sort of radar. I couldn't pick out a bird if my life depended on it.
Comments by Dan Rubin on Mon, 04/01/13 19:35
Socrates Dong! lol
Comments by Paul Bracey on Wed, 08/08/18 22:20
Good work. Fun comments. More of us should meet.