"To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
~ Elliot Erwitt
Compliments Liz....great compositions and nicee colors....... very well done again.Greetings, Joop
fantastic pics! thanks for sharing with us :)
Unas fotos preciosas de esta espectacular noria..Un abrazo
I really like how you've included the different perspectives/ light etc of this one subject, it just highlights again to me how interesting photography can be having to consider all the variety of factors. Love your fourth shot.
four big WOWS from me, the first i totally love
Great photos. It is interesting to see it on different days from different perspectives.
Lovely post, great blue sky!
that's about the only thing I'd want to do with one of those too Liz; take it's picture! Great perspectives.
Oh- I soooo love it at night. I have such a deep love for night photos.
I've not seen the Brisbane wheel, I like the last best.
These pictures are so beautiful! I love your perspective! That last shot is my favorite!
Liz,beautiful photos of a "mill wheel"
Liz,I do not understand.Why is your blog page does not exist?I love your blog and so I love it!Łucja-Maria
Oh Wow - I love these!The Ferris Wheel was a favorite ride when I was teenager. :)
These are so cool. I really love the composition on the two in the middle. Great shots!
Great shots, love your compositions.Wish you a wonderful weekend.Mette
"Different perspective" was my favorite piece of thinking about the pictures. It's all in the eyes of the beholder - we happen to think it's beautiful. ;)Happy seeing beautiful!http://seeabeautifulworld.blogspot.com/
I love these Ferris Wheel Compositions in the different lights.
Liz, welcome very warmly!Today I had no problems on your blog.
It looks so different in every shot. Beautiful pictures. I love this setting - it changes every day xoxo
love the colors. :)
Stunning!! You and LR are match made in heaven!
Wonderful use of light and subject.
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