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    1. zpgoodell 89 months ago | reply

      very nice.

      Great Shot! as seen in:

      earth asia (Post 6 give 3 awards)

    2. 86 months ago | reply

      I pick this photograph to be on to featured Vietnam.

      If you haven't done it already, please post your picture in the following group: Paradizo - Inspirations for the Discerning Traveler.

    3. ePi.Longo 86 months ago | reply

      This photo is challenging apathy from the pool of Highly Competitive - Flickr's 100 Best - Vote me in!

    4. Nasher 86 months ago | reply

      well yes, it's very nice and all that but it does remind me a little of a picture from a "wellness" clinic brochure. Also, there's some attention to detail needed here. The two plastic loungers in the foreground do nothing to conjour up the reordering of consciousness and unleashing of spiritual awareness that is Nirvana - at least not for me. There are some other distracting artifacts in the middle ground. I would have nailed them with PS or perhaps another angle might have eliminated the shoreline altogether.


    5. Mikee Catacutan 86 months ago | reply

      Though I find this image rather good and compelling, Apathy gets my vote because of it's rich tone and depth. I think this could have used a little bit less exposure compensation to really bring out the sky. Great image, but I like apathy a bit more.


    6. emmby 86 months ago | reply

      Beautiful picture, but it has the disadvantage of going head to head with one of my absolute favorites. My vote is for Apathy.

    7. ithicala [deleted] 86 months ago | reply

      how beautiful.

    8. Brian Catacutan 86 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful photo. Looks like a scenario where you were at the right time and the right place. when comparing the two, I'm finding myself a bit more drawn to the defender's. The DOF, simplicity and unique subject matter gets my vote.


    9. RyanWT 86 months ago | reply

      I was going to vote for this one but then I read nashers comment. I have to agree with him


    10. TrEjAcK 86 months ago | reply

      I like this one, deserves at least one vote. Defender is a nice shot, but is close to flower macro territory for me, and I'm not sold on the background.


    11. rchiav 86 months ago | reply

      This is a nice photo, but it seems a bit flat. The defenders photo has a depth to it, along with a good composition and a sense of delicacy that I think make it exceptional. This just doesn't overcome that.


    12. dsalaguinto 84 months ago | reply

      Like everyone else, I love this photo. Thanks for releasing it under a CC license. I used your photo in my Web comic (Office OFFline) with full attribution, of course, and a link back to this page.

    13. ePi.Longo 84 months ago | reply

      @dsalaguito : it's ok for me. Tks for used it. Nice comic :)

    14. DulichVietnam360° 83 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Bonjour Vietnam-Post 1 Award 3-Result Contest Sea and Islands, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    15. Sweet Candy luv TVXQ! 4EVER!!! 78 months ago | reply

      nice pic is taken by nice soul ^^
      i like it

    16. fabienclaudel 76 months ago | reply

      very inspiring shot.
      used to illustrate sounds of nature relaxing music piece here:

      thanks for this beautifull picture.

    17. Demgha 70 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Serenity moments, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    18. zegloff 25 months ago | reply


      Thanks for posting your photographs on flickr Creative Commons. I loved this picture, and I used it in a blog post entitled "Is There Any Addiction Less Sexy Than This One?"

      The link to the post with your photo is here:

      Thanks again. I really appreciate you sharing your work!

      Cheers, Z Egloff

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