Well, here’s my take, it really does have a lot of leading lines and they all lead to the lower left 1/3 point - right where al the people are.
Interestingly to me, the top half of the photo is largely B/W while the bottom is pretty rich in color.
Richard Taylor nails it as the foreground familiarity makes me feel like I am there. Also, it looks like the kind of place I would enjoy a beer and a burger in.
It’s a comfortable picture to look at.
Leaf looks she has a lot of bobcat in her.
Pics are very nice, have fun with your new buddy.
Simply amazing, your shots and the Hummer.
Color, light, beauty, and composition, you got it all.
Very nice pics and that car has enough class for an entire fleet of nowadays cars.
Sorry about the bad back but on the plus side you have posted some gorgeous photos. Nice job.
I really like this shot, well composed and executed.
Very nice set, I really like the deer shot where he has his hearing aids set to “full rear amplification”.
Beautifull pics Vicki. Ya gotta love orioles!
I think reading this without context I would have thought this to be cruel. Having read so many of your threads I know you would never allow anything nasty on your watch.
Nice pics and thanks for the info.
Great shots Akron, appreciate both the pics and the Led Zep reference!
Beat me to it! Great work Akron, errr I mean Karno.
If you click on the username you will get a profile which includes the link to any picture they have posted on UHH.
Cuts click the link in “no. of topics created”.
If I’m shooting something that’s moving both eyes are open. Left eye to track subject and right eye in viewfinder to compose and keep af dot where I want it. Varying degrees of success usually depending on how much I’ve practiced.
For stationary subject I don’t shoot looking through the viewfinder.
Excellent photo. It holds the viewers eye.