And you and Ron never disappoint either. Wow!
I will have to take a photo of the 'discarded' ones on the 'floor', so to speak, Mitchell.But we do love it when they work.Thanks.
what a photo!
Thanks Joyce. Now if I could learn to bake/cook daily like you, the sky would be the limit!! lol
I love the photos from both of you
Thanks Kathy. We DO enjoy this hobby!
You've really captured the moment with this photo, Jim! The colours and silhouette look amazing together, great shot of Ron in the light shooting the light, quite funny really isn't it! Have a great weekend!
The scene was almost perfect for this shot, Hayley-Eszti.......sunset, Ron's outline and the diminishing light.The type of photo set-up that could go on forever, I guess.
Indeed and he's lucky to have you and vice-versa, love the photo and wow did you take an extraordinary photo of him, that one I'm sure deserves a whole wall, bravo Jim
Thanks Lorraine.We barely have wall-space to begin with! I can't imagine choosing ones and hanging them all. We need a larger house maybe!!
Light...that ever-elusive beauty :)
Keith, thanks so much! The ole elusive vs illusive battle! But you are quite correct.
Super outline, and was it just a tad cold out there? Wrapped up top to toe. Hope all is well up there. Jean.
All is well here Jean, thanks.It was a tad chilly and windy that evening. Some of us aren't as fortunate as our 'southern' friends!!
Very cool photo!My favorite photos and painting are those about light.
Thanks Terry. Where would we be without it.
Artists are nothing if not persistent.
Never thought of it in that 'light' Debra.
Well since Ron was right in front of me taking ALL THE SPACE (lol), I had no other choice than to snap away.Thanks Sharon.
Wow! This is my kind of photos! Wonderful!
Hey Louise. Thank you, I am happy you like it.have a wonderful Halloween!!
That's so beautiful. I'm enchanted.Love,Janie
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.