Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by neosdaddy, Oct 1, 2008.
Asian settler from across the land bridge...
As far as offering some critique......I just think it's a little underexposed and the water in the background is distracting to me
I'm an American Indian and officially say it's okay to say 'Frozen Indian'.
My painful heritage aside; this shot is kinda blah to me. It's just, eh, not interesting. The background is too bright and the subject is too dark.
Can't say I have an issue with it either, but thanks to all those that tried.
Wow, all these postings and 2 comments on a photo. Well considering I'm "American Indian" I didnt see a problem with the name. I'm Indian regardless so the big deal about applying the "American" isnt a big deal to me. Let's grow up a little bit here people, if my parents where to have me in Ireland, would I want to be called Irish Indaian? Thanks for the comments though...
My point was that Indian was, in the first place, a mistake made by Europeans who thought, bless their bones, that they were in India.
Of course, Amerindian compounds the error. Amerindian refers to all natives of the American continent including Can, USA, Mex, South Ameirca.
Americans is probably a better name,.
In this spirit of the forum, I found the photo interesting but it has too little contrast.
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