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Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Morning After

18 comments:

Brian Miller said...

love the icicle against the sky...great perspective L!

Frank said...

Nice post, Lorraine. They are icicles? At first glance I thought they were twigs hanging down...

Kathy said...

Ice everywhere! And it is snowing again! Love the blue sky filled with cottony clouds.

Lorraine said...

Thanks very much Brian, it'll look better tomorrow when you can see the entire photo without the gibberish on the right ;)

Icicles my dear Frank, must not walk under when it gets warm lol

Me too Kathy it's like storybook cottonny clouds that you can sleep on, in fact when I was little I use to dream about riding on a beautiful cloud and throwing sparkles of happiness around the world, I was a sweet child

Marcel Peltier. said...

pointes en bas
pour tomber
pour piquer
aille

TALON said...

Gorgeous capture of cloud and ice, Lorraine. I wish we had some of those blue skies peeking through...

Leovi said...

Great view of the sky cotton through the icicles, gives a more poetic.

Magyar said...

__Such a metaphor; the icycles and the clouds; each are water shown in their contrary forms against the Sun's blue back drop.

Fine one LL, _m

Ralf Bröker said...

I have to smile (and push away some crazy thoughts ;-). Of course I ask myself how many layers you will find in your post, Lorraine?

Best wishes
Ralf

sandy said...

I like this one Lorraine. That is a lovely sky behind the icicles.

Janice Thomson said...

Beautiful shot chere amie - am with Ralf...is it the morning after the storm? Or a night of drinking? Or being with a lover? Ahhhh so many thoughts for this one :)Love it!

comrade harps said...

I kind of get an upside down feeling, with an evocative title to help with the mystery.

Michael Rawluk said...

It is like the ice is getting sucked into a vortex.

Eddie said...

impression that a fell down on the ... clouds.
amazing photo!!!

HOBBY said...

Good! Perspective is great!

Lorraine said...

Marcel, une bonne! lol

It'll happen T always does, patience is all that is needeed

Thanks very much Leovi, I'm looking forward to visiting your abstracts again, so phenomenal ;)

Doug, you always say the perfect thing ! Thanks my friend

What matters dear Ralf is how many ways you will interpret it :)

Sandy the sky can be so awesoe, thanks v. m.

Janice, your reading, your interpretation, as it pleases you

Are you trying to soften the blow Comrade after telling me to shut up lol right you are!

Wow I like that Michaelf, poetry :)

Thanks so much Eddie :)

Yoshiyuki, it's wonderful to see you, and thanks so much ;)

Timoteo said...

On first glance, it struck me as tentacles from some space monster reaching down from the sky! Very artistic photo !

Lorraine said...

really it's too long and slim Tim, your interpretation always amazes me.