Anyone for Sunday Scapes (2014-02-09) ?
Taken this past fall.
Nice rolling hills there. There was a time not many years ago when I thought those white towers were a marvel to behold. Amazing how familiarity breads contempt but the energy is clean at least.
I have always wondered Andrew why these weren't coloured to match their environment and thus help them blend in and be less intrusive.
"I take photographs, if you want them back see my lawyer!!"
I love the reflection on that second one. Terrific composition, and lovely colors as well.
I love the framing, light, and colors on that first one.
Cuba seems like fertile ground for photography. I would love to go there someday, but yes, it's a bit complicated for us Americans.
Brad Ross wrote:
Wow. That's some gorgeous light. You did well to grab your camera and capture the fleeting moment so nicely. It looks like a great candidate for a big print.
DRB in NM wrote:
Was reading the paper after getting home from work, looked out the window and thought, "that's nice a nice sunset". Had to hurry to get the camera and didn't have time to get the tripod as the lighting was changing fairly fast. Played with it in LR4. Haven't really played with sharpening much, but I did on this one. Too much sharpening?
Nice light in the sky. On your way to work?
Thanks! Indeed - and a good night it was too, despite these clouds, because the sun shining heralded the passing of the weather front.
C&C always welcome.
Reality must take precedence over public relations, for nature cannot be fooled.
Thank you Andrew
DRB in NM
Nice composition the eye moves from the roof to the distance nicely
Very nice I like the first the most, very movie like
Very nice set, love the colours in the first and great timing for the person for the point of interest at the alley mouth
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