Thursday, March 11, 2010

sky watch friday #73


Sky Watch Friday

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22 comments:

dot said...

Missing your pictures on The World in B&W. This is a good one!

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous capture as always! Something very dramatic about the black and white and your composition is perfect! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Daryl said...

Oh this may be my favorite ever ... whatever led you to do these night shots, I am so glad!!!!

Carver said...

That's a beautiful shot and a perfect day for monochrome. I love the sea grasses against the sky.

Pearl Maple said...

Nice photo for Sky Watch Friday full of moods and drama with a touch of light.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Wonderful in b&w, so much drama.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Wonderful in b&w, so much drama.

toby said...

I like that one a lot! Very ominous :)

Hege said...

A photo with feelings! Good in b/w.

LV said...

Dark and dreary looking but still a very pretty sight. A great black and white shot for a change. You do not see many.

Susan said...

Hmmm..a beach to sit and think about serious things.

Arija said...

Nice sky and I really like the framing with the reeds.

Kcalpesh said...

Nice mysterious picture! I got a feeling as if I'm hiding behind something to look at that scene ahead of me...

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Eaglesbrother said...

Very good B&W photograph...very dramatic

napaboaniya said...

Seeing this shot makes me feel right at home. My world is currently in those colors. Black & white....

Hope you're not feeling the same way as I am.

Elisabeth said...

Super monochrome image. Hope you enter it in Monochrome Weekly.


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Laura Hegfield said...

beautifully moody...great shot as a monochrome!

shubd said...

I would never have imagined a sky shot in B&W !!!
Brilliant !

Sheba said...

So serene and beautiful. Love it!

/Esther (through Sheba, though she would say she loved it too)

PS: Do you bring Tonka?

SandyCarlson said...

Those three dark clouds nearest the horizon make me wish I could fly right to them.

Carmi said...

I got a little shudder as the photo first presented itself to me. There's such a spirit in the combination of dramatic sky and forlorn seashore.

Alexander said...

Wow! Dramatic skies well captured in this black and white photo.

Alexander
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