Beautiful! I love the moon photo and the one with the sunset over the wheat(?) field.
Beautiful! I love the one of the shadow of the photographer on the road. A moving collection.
Amazing! It continually amazes me the beauty you can capture in a photograph. Bravo!
I love your photography. These were all beautiful. Great shots!
Someday I want to learn to take photos just like you.Incredible!
U definitely have an eye.. I love the composition of all of these!.. especially the one of the highway!. That's a killer angle...Love the 'dreamlike' quality of the sky w/the moon and clouds...
Gorgeous. I'm having a hard time picking my favorite.
What a gorgeous voyage home! I love the old barn one with just a little piece of the blue sky.
Beautiful, Breathtaking, Creative and Amazing :)
Amazing shots! You have incredible perspective. Thanks for leaving such great comment son my teaching blog. I occasionally post a few pictures on my Oklahoma blog. ;)
Phenomenal. These...these I would collage on my living room wall - truly.
I hope it's okay with you if I just come and bask in the relaxing visuals you've provided :)
Amazingly beautiful photos here. : )
Oh my goodness, those photos are WONDERFUL. You took those?? You have a new follower! PS, thanks for stopping by my blog a while back!
Oh how I love the PNW!
Can't pick a favorite. I am partial to barns. I love old barns. Old barns and covered bridges.....Just speechless Jason. So beautiful.
N - It's actually just a type of grass…the sunset played off of it brilliantly though.F - It's amazing just how much slimmer we all look in early morning shadow. Thanks.M - It's usually just being in the right place at the right time, to be honest.MS - Thanks, sir.A - I'm flattered. I'm just glad that there is the medium of the Internet so that they can be shared with others.C - Most of these were all taken at different times over a time period of about a week. I tried to find new, interesting angles for a few shots. I think I found them.T - That makes me smile, actually.Y - The little 'splotches' of color are actually from paintballing. There was an entire 'battleground' out back of the barn which was pretty cool.4 - Thanks.J - I love reading about other teachers' experiences in the classroom. Not only can you get good ideas to use in your own room, you can laugh at some of the antics.S - I only have about 6 shots up in my house at any given time…it's probably nearing time for me to rotate them again.T - Bask away. There are times I sit in the living room and look at the shots I have on the walls.C - I appreciate that. I enjoyed a lot of your shots, too.L - Yep. I took these. I do have others, but these I've posted are my favorites and also the last of this series.Probably.T - Whenever I look at the shots I've taken up there, it makes me really miss it, too.R - There's actually two shots of that same barn. One was taken from the front of the barn while the other was taken from the back. Two different times, too. I went back several times to catch the lighting just right.
It looks like you have some updating to do on your website again. These are fantastic, Jas. And you said you didn't get many photoshoots in....
Absolutely beautiful. I don't comment often, but my word, I couldn't help myself when I saw these photos. Stunning. Good work.
Totally puts the "awe" in awesome! Beautiful shots!
N - Yeah, I do need to update that site again…too bad it's so much work…I guess I did get a few shoots in.K - I'm flattered that you did comment then. Thanks for taking a look.K - Some awe. I love it. I'm going to use that in my class this next year.
Wow Jason - I am speechless. These are so great. So so great.
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