My favorite is the old boat. Love it.
I am so in awe at your talent; you always have been an artist.
Seriously, there is one in that grouping I would love to have as a mural on my wall. I don't think anyone could ever be stressed when looking at it.I also love that you caught the "rain rings" in the water.
These were great. I liked the Sunset very much.
You find the beauty in everything. You have a keen eye!
Things just look better with your lense on them!
I like the old boat---it offers up stories to be told. Beautiful set.
Well, I thought I liked part 3 the most, but this one totally trumps it - awesome shots!
I'm such a sucker for the fog pictures. One of my favorite movies is Pride and Prejudice (Keira Knightley version) and I must say my favorite scene is in the foggy field. Wonderful work.
You really take the best pictures.
I like any photo taken from a different angle... it shows the creativity of the photographer or it shows how many times he's fallen...(oops, lol)
The flowers next to the old run down barn.....The boat is pretty cool! Curiosity.......did you 'keep out'!?
The mist that comes over the fields like that in the early mornings and later at night is so mystical. I love being out at the pasture in the evenings as the sun goes down and the mist rolls in. I love seeing the horses running through it....Magical.
Your pictures are breathtaking, absolutely gorgeous. I always wished I could take pictures like that I just don't have it in me.Thanks for visiting me.
Wow! Those shots truly are amazing! I don't think I have ever gotten such beautiful sunset pictures
Love it! They are so nice. I wanna live wherever you are taking these pictures. What? That's your backyard? Okay, so your neighbor, maybe?
I love these pictures. You should have them published.
My favorite is the fifth one down that reminds me of Eclipse and the vampires are just about to rise out of the water. Did I mention that I love that movie?
K - I trespassed…I admit it.C - It gets better as time goes on, too. Thanks, Cory.N - You do realize that you're probably my best customer, right? The rain in that shot only lasted for about two minutes and then was gone. The clouds then started to blow on their way (of course, I was chasing the storm as much as I could looking for the perfect shot).MS - I imagine you probably mean the last sunset shot. Yeah, when I saw it, I had to stop and photograph it.B - There is beauty all around us, sometimes it's just noticing it.K - Angles, lighting, perspective, and aperture all make the biggest difference.K - It made me think of glory days and sailing the seas. It was somewhat sad that it had been landlocked and no longer seaworthy.S - I saved a few of my favorites for the last grouping. I do have a few I'm going to post from some of my Utah excursions soon. I don't want to overwhelm with photography…and Joey needs to make an appearance first.M - I love that field shot, too. Those were my two favorite shots out of what I took, though it was hard to finally decide between them all.T - Thanks. It's also a lot of fun.C - No comment. LOLR - I love that one, too. As for the boat, I think those instructions were for everybody else, not for photographers.MB - It was a nice place to stop in at. Glad you liked the shots.E - Thanks. If you wait long enough, they just happen. I really liked the sunrise shots, too. You just have to get up pretty early to get those.S - You'd be welcome if only I lived with those places as my backyard. Most of them are within spitting distance of my dad's house though…M - I've thought about putting them in a book before. I need to update my photography website with my new arrivals now.A - I'll pretend that there wasn't a vampire reference made on my blog.You're forgiven. LOL.
These are really wonderful. I love the fourth down - the colors are fantastic.
Hi there. These photos are fantastic! I'm glad you stopped by The Jason Show. Do you and Cheeseboy teach in the same school?I taught fourth grade for a while and liked it a lot.
Beautiful! I make my husband come look at your pictures too! He loved them as well.
Part 4, is there more? I left you a comment to your comment on my blog. :)
Absolutely stunning! Everyone is my favorite!
E - Thanks. I love that one, too.J - No, Cheeseboy and I do not. Our schools are about 30 or so miles apart. One day, I'll meet him, shake his hand, and stand in complete awe…P - Thanks.S - I'm flattered that you made your husband look, too.K - Part 4 is it. Unfortunately. I will be posting a 'hodgepodge' sometime soon for all of those shots I never posted for some reason or other.Soon.
Is that Longbridge? Such lovely photographs you take!
CC - Actually it's the train bridge taken from the longbridge. The is when I was leaving the Pacific Northwest.
Wow - those are some amazing pictures. You are incredibly talented.
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