Dirk van der Made
This is a sample of some of my best photos on Wikimedia Commons, all from my trip to Cuba, Costa Rica and Panama. There is also a a complete overview of the photos I have uploaded so far (although it's no longer complete because I haven't been keeping it up-to-date).
Most photos are half-size (in both dimensions, so really quarter size) and saved with Photoshop jpeg setting 6 (out of 12). If you are interested in a higher quality version of any of these photos, then please contact me at my Wikipedia talk page. I am mainly active there, so I will notice any messages sooner.
Not mine, so I won't actually place them here (just yet).
And some external links, so I couldn't even place them (unless I know the copyright status):
Some people prefer a perspective with all vertical lines, especially when it concerns buildings. Sometimes I agree, sometimes I don't. For example, the photos to the right show a play of lines and a big building. Straightening those vertical lines gives it an unnatural perspective, almost as if the builidng is top-heavy, towering over you, but here it works well because it emphasises the size of the building.
These photos, though, are of a cozy, 'secluded' plaza in Panama. Admittedly, because I kept the lamppost vertical, the church tower to the left leans to the right way too much. But giving this a straight perspective completely kills the cozy feeling, making it too cold, too objective.