The Moon I Behold?

© Michael S. Lazarus

The Moon I Behold?

Andrea Bonsack 2/13/2008 5:09:06 AM

This is stunning. The colours are magic and love the comp. Beautiful image :D #853913

Eivor Kuchta 2/13/2008 5:11:05 AM

This is a beautiful sunset picture, and a great silhouette. The title makes it also funny. #5488744

isabel C. Zepeda 2/13/2008 7:11:29 AM

A good title and a stuning sun set.
Very nice photo Michael.
Ysa #5489389

Lynn Haack 2/13/2008 9:47:32 AM

Very dramatic and captivating image. I totally enjoy your creativity. This image speaks to that "child within", allowing the viewer to connect with that beautiful life-enhancing force of imagination. Well done! Lynn #5489972

Patrick Rouzes 2/13/2008 2:18:03 PM

Exceptional colors, lighting, silhouettes, clarity & mood captured here!!! Superb job on this, Michael!!! #5490691

Michael S. Lazarus 2/14/2008 4:00:33 AM

Andrea, Eivor, Isabel, Lynn and Patrick thank you for the great comments. I'm glad you liked the title as well. It does take some mental gear turning to come up with these but I like writing and words as much as making the images. Perhaps you saw my earlier entry entitled "Twilights Theater" in which you can see the young man who is flying the kite you see here. For this one, as you can barely see the lines that connect to the kite at web resolution, I thought it really is a whole different kind of image. It really was a "theater" as I observed this going on through my viewfinder that evening as they ran around on this soccer field chasing, catching and releasing it over and over again as darkness fell. #5493189

Natalia 2/14/2008 9:26:42 AM

We had such movie "Two who had stolen the Moon" with twins paying main characters. Now one of them is our President and the other was PM. Most of society hates them so I guess your photo would be very popular in my country :D
It was my first thought connected with it :)
I really enjoy those vivid colors and strong contrast :) #5494899

Michael S. Lazarus 2/22/2008 5:11:50 PM

Thank you Natalia. That's unbelievable about the movie stars rising to those positions only to be hated. Perhaps I'll take some of my prints to Poland for an Art Show one summer. Maybe if "The Moon I Behold?" is really popular it would pay for the trip. I'll buy you a new camera................ Phantom dreams.............. #5534550

Michael S. Lazarus 2/22/2008 5:13:29 PM

I would like to give an EXTRA thank you to everyone who has commented to this point as this photo has just received an EP and I know these comments played a role in that. #5534562

Natalia 2/23/2008 2:29:10 AM

Yes I guess you also have someone called Arnold Sch. as governor of California? :>

They are hated not because of the fact that they played in one move as kids, but because their point of view is taken from Middle ages and simply they are not right people on a right place :) At least this is my opinion :D #5537294

Marvin A. Rivera 2/26/2008 4:01:54 AM

Michael!! You did it again! Awesome shot my friend.

This is the stuff that shows up in National Geographyc from time to time.

Terrific Job my friend.

Marvin #5553392


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Description

f3.5, 1/50, 18-55mm @18mm, City of Doral (Miami), DSC_2121.JPG, 7:02 PM, ISO 800

I stumbled across this scene at a park near where I work. Two men and a boy were up on an elevated soccer field trying to fly this airfoil type kite as the wind and light were fading. The camera was hand held. I tweaked the image just slightly with iPhoto to brighten it up a shade.

Exif: F Number: 3.5, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/50 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 800, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 18.00 mm, Model: NIKON D40

Uploaded on 2/13/2008 4:52:47 AM

Made With

Camera: Nikon D40 Digital SLR Camera


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