Just like any day, that can take a sloping downhill turn, so does your lens. but this is uphill and beautiful. Lovely, Cheers from Jean
Hi Jean. I guess it all depends if your glass is half full or half empty, right?Have a great day.Signing of on this 14th day of October at 11:11 AM.....Tuesday, ADT
Very cool shots, Jim! Top of the morning to ya :)
Top of the mornin to you too, Martha!
Beautiful photos, Jim ~ but they make me dizzy! LOL! That is thanks to my brother who loved to keep me off kilter on carnival rides.
LOL! But I do understand Louise. Next time just turn the computer a bit to one side or the other.
Oh Jim they are gorgeous but the first one just took my breath way wow, and of course the second quietly but just as beautiful...I've had so much trouble uploading a photo and writing something today, it took me 3 hours....and I couldn't correct my typos, nice to see that you have one too, thank you very much Jim ;)
Thanks Lorraine, it was a beautiful evening and these were 'untouched' photos.Thanks for picking up that spelling error...you are now my official editor!!
Pat, you would have loved the sky that evening! These were the actual colours....very soft and almost palpable.
I like the way you play with the lens. I should be more playful, I think. I like the vintage colors, too.
Thanks Barb. These two shots were straight out of camera....the light and colours were mesmerizing that evening.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.