All comments

54867
🕐 02-8-16 7:51 AMced posted Click to view details
Pittsburgh at Night
Photo by: jejlmd
I think the image will pop with a grey/black background...
41131
🕐 01-31-14 5:10 AMchriseeo posted Click to view details
Winter Gatehouse
Photo by: jejlmd
Lovely composition.
22139
🕐 01-29-14 2:34 PMlilia posted Click to view details
My Father
Photo by: jejlmd
Wonderful portrait!
Regards, Lilia
41128
🕐 01-29-14 1:04 PMtclair posted Click to view details
Covered Bridge
Photo by: jejlmd
Great covered bridge image!
33113
🕐 07-5-13 11:14 PMsol posted Click to view details
Bolted
Photo by: jejlmd
good composition!
33115
🕐 07-5-13 11:13 PMsol posted Click to view details
Pipes II
Photo by: jejlmd
A set of industrial items interesting!
33103
🕐 07-5-13 6:30 PMjejlmd posted Click to view details
Gray Wheel
Photo by: jejlmd
Thank you, Itus
33119
🕐 07-5-13 11:22 AMwaeshael posted Click to view details
Hydrants
Photo by: jejlmd
Funny. I like it.
Load more comments
22121
🕐 05-19-13 3:13 PMjejlmd posted Click to view details
Vendor w Cap
Photo by: jejlmd
Thank you, Sol. You're very kind. But I MUST SAY..... Your photo, "Welcome, Spring" is a photo I'll NEVER FORGET. It is one of the most memorable (and beautiful) photos I've ever seen... Photos that are composed of subject material which would make a beautiful PAINTING are quite singular, and "Welcome, Spring" is truly gorgeous!!!
Load more comments
22129
🕐 03-29-12 5:47 AMjejlmd posted Click to view details
Untitled
Photo by: jejlmd
haha. Thank you.
Load more comments
22130
🕐 03-25-12 11:55 PMjejlmd posted Click to view details
Man w Tam
Photo by: jejlmd
Sorry, Morry. But I was hoping for a Photographic critique.

Nonetheless, with your comment, I went on to do some additional research. Although it seems as though 'beret' (of French origin) could be construed as being more specific, and 'tam' (Scottish) somewhat more general, there are arguable differences. A tam typically is woven, often includes a 'toorie' or pom-pom on top, and is variably colored and patterned as to the Scotsman's clan. This gentleman's Basque style felt cap is described both as a beret and a tam in the same sentence by a number of vendors...some even using the neologism: 'tam beret'. Although not all cars are automobiles, I would not take offense if someone referred to my convertible as either.