Yes that, and the fact so many people viewed and did not bother to acknowledge in the spirit of forum participation. You may be willing to wait months with no response, most people and myself question what's the point of bothering to post anymore when that occurs....common sense really.
It happens, sometimes a lot of posts arrive at once. Sometimes the picture can be good but not spark an immediate thought on something worthy to say about it, "I'll get back to it" you think but you forget to go looking for it again, or you only have time to browse when you first see it. Sometimes I only see an image at the end of the week when I'm looking at the options for COW nominations.
This is a small community, not everyone comments on images outside their field of interest either.
The core of commenters on images is quite low.
I'm the same with putting very few words with an image mostly, it can help to put some effort on your own side to offer some back story to the image or what you like about it, what you wished was better, what you where out of achieve, this can help prompt discussion.
I like to see at times if the image speaks for itself without my own comment, or if it conveys the same thing to others. No comment can be just as informative in this case that maybe the picture missed the mark.
I post on a couple of other sites as well which helps to see if the no comment is for this reason or for one of the reasons I gave above.
It is interesting how different sites have their own culture in the way they comment on pictures. I value the feed back I get here the most, it is straight shooting, well considered and gives something to take away.
Plus if I hear another "I like it but I find such'n such distracting" from one of the other sites I think I'll scream.
The first of the images in this link http://www.digitalslr.com.au/forum/view ... 17&t=20340
is my favorite of images I have done in many months. I was surprised someone even found it after a week with no comment
Loz is an odd one.
He has very definite and seemingly fixed views on things and it is hard to draw him in to discussion on what they are exactly.
He won't force those views on anyone, but he can come across as contemptuous towards those that he thinks don't share them when the mood takes him.
Trigger words are often, photoshop, editing, RAW, processing, clone tool, etc
You are not the first and you won't be the last to find his often vague and unhelpful comments frustrating, he can be the source however of some of the more entertaining moments on this site if you don't take him too seriously.