Good quality. --Ralf Roletschek 19:19, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
yessss, good quality also to me, but I have written 3 notes or questions in the image, you can see and delete them, please. Sorry--Lmbuga 19:23, 2 October 2011 (UTC) OK :) I'm aware, but it is not an isolation error, these are worn boots with frayed strand Nikodem Nijaki 19:43, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
today I visited your userpage for the first time. You have uploaded a lot of good pictures, but some of your pictures of jewish gravestones are so great, that I wanted just to say thank you for your efforts. I am interessted in symbols on jewish gravestones and was really impressed.
Best regards from Lake Constance --Dietrich Krieger (talk) 23:35, 14 November 2012 (UTC)
as this great image of yours went into discussion, I upload a new version trying to soften the harsh light. Feel free to revert if you want to keep the original file. Congrats for your quality pictures! Regards,
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Hola, com va tot? Et contactem per convidar-te a participar en l'edició d'enguany de Wiki Loves Monuments. Com sabràs, comença el proper diumenge dia 1 i s'allargarà tot el mes de setembre. Ens agradaria molt poder comptar de nou amb la teva participació. Pots llegir més sobre el concurs a Wikilovesmonuments.cat Sort! --Judesba (talk) 01:33, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
A slight reddish CA along a small piece of timber at bottom left could be removed to enhance the quality, but it is already of good quality and QI. --Cccefalon 11:08, 24 June 2014 (UTC)
Gallery at Wikipedia as part of Wiki Loves Pride
Hi, Nikodem. I wanted to let you know that I created a gallery of your images over at English Wikipedia as part of the current Wiki Loves Pride campaign, which promotes the development of LGBT-related content at Wikimedia projects. Your images from EuroPride 2010 are wonderful, and exactly the type of content the campaign seeks to create. You can view the gallery at Wikipedia:Wiki Loves Pride 2014/Warsaw, and of course, you are welcome to edit the page as you see fit. If any of your images are promoted to Quality status, please let me know as i think this would be worth noting on the Warsaw and Results pages. Thanks for contributing your images to Commons! --Another Believer (talk) 15:47, 30 June 2014 (UTC)
Hello Nikodem Nijaki,
would you be interested in chosing one or two challenge themes for the commons photo challenges for December?
Until now that was done for two succeeding months by a volunteer - which were always a bit difficult to find. Llann Wé² had the bright idea to ask the last winners for their input. As you and Stefan2901 are the first ones asked to do so, you can decide if you'd rather each chose one theme, if you decide together on the new themes or if only one of you should be responsible.
Here are the pages where you can find already used themes and a list of (commented) suggestions - but you're of course not restricted to those. If at all possible, it would be great if we manage to get the new themes in the next few days (so please also tell us/me if you don't want to decide on a theme!), as we need some time to get the translations ready (we are already quite late).
Things to consider when choosing themes is to have at least one theme that's globally interesting (people on the southern hemisphere aren't that interested in 'winter' at the moment ;->) and to balance challenging themes and easy ones (even though it's really difficult to know in advance which themes will be difficult). Restrictions can be useful for very easy themes (e.g. a theme like 'Christmas' probably should be restricted to pictures of this year). But if you'd like we can discuss the description and possible restrictions together at Commons talk:Photo challenge#December themes - if their are different opinions we will refer to you (if you are ready to do so) for the final decision. ;-> I hope that long question/introduction wasn't too confusing and makes you eager to help rather than afraid of what we are asking to do... ;->
Best wishes, --Anna reg (talk) 16:40, 26 November 2014 (UTC)