Sunday, September 17, 2006

Attack of the Purple Planet

19 comments:

  1. Charles from the UK.9/17/2006 9:27 am

    Can you do some shots of Richmond or Hope. My cousins live there.

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  2. OK, Charles from UK. It's too windy today to work in the garden, so we shall get in the car and drive down all the way to Richmond - about 15 minutes! - after we go to our favorite bookshop's very occasioinal sale.

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  3. That's amazing, an absolutely stunning sky... well done.

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  4. Hi Meg, it's just beautiful and amazing at the same time...maybe the elves do that ;-)

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  5. Thank you for the compliment, people. It was pretty interesting looking, indeed; I was half waiting for a shiny, small craft!

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  6. ooh...purple haze! great shot meg!

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  7. Thank you, Ed, and I didn't even go near a photo editing program...

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  8. Nz skyes are always impressing!

    I like this shot, now I want to print this photo and put it on my wall...out there is raining and everything is grey :-(

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  9. ooh, looks dangerous..but stunning!

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  10. Creative and imaginative. It looks as though a shade is slowly descending.

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  11. I miss English words...In French: cette photo coupe littéralement le souffle!

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  12. Thank you, ladies.

    Alice, don't worry, I got out my dictionary and I think I got the gist of it. Since I started DP, I've come to love the different cloud formations even more than before. Sooo interesting.

    And Liz, you're right, the sky in NS is awesome.

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  13. Translation of Alice's comment: This photo takes my breath away!
    Feels the same to me. What a mass - and a beautiful mass of clouds!

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  14. Thanks for your help, Nathalie. It was a pretty awesome sunset.

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  15. Meg: I bet you this sunset was even more spectacular than the image your capture. I believe cameras have technological and sensorial handicaps that disallow them from capturing the same images "we see".

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  16. wow.......beautiful colors!

    we never have this in Singapore :D

    http://singapourdailyphoto.blogspot.com/

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  17. Rudy, yes, yes and yes!!! And what we feel! Yes!

    Zannnie, thanks!

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  18. Wow, meg - this is an astonishing sunset - Well done!

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  19. Thank you! Not quite Arizona, but still a bit... astonishing, like you said.

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