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Thursday, March 3, 2011

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18 comments:

Devika said...

sunsets seldom do that to me; it used to make me down, off the mark further, even if temporarily...but,as they say, there's no night that can keep off a sunrise...Brilliant shot Lorraine :)

There's no water there perhaps...but i'm reminded of:

"The sky broke like an egg into full sunset and the water caught fire." ~ Pamela Johnson

love,
dev

Devika said...

But one thing...this is one of the most positive way to look at sunset, Lorraine...impressed me much :)

dev

Lorraine said...

Thank you so much Dev, and hate to tell you but that's a sunrise ;)

Devika said...

hey, but that could be a sunrise! the old tubelight seems to take time :)

Now tell me is that a sunrise or sunset?

dev

Devika said...

that's what...the words make more sense then...don't hate, i love sunrises much more than sunset :)

dev

Brian Miller said...

i guess it all depends on whose mark you are shooting for...you are top notch in my book L...smiles

Magyar said...

You never fall short. _m

Margie said...

You are so very creative!
You amaze me with all your outstanding posts!
How do you do it!

You never, ever fall short, Lorraine.
Gorgeous photo!

Margie :)

TALON said...

"scattering brilliance" makes me think of pieces of a person beautifully touching many lives.

You have never fallen short to me, Lorraine.

Janice Thomson said...

Poignant thought accompanying this beautiful photo - I understand that feeling of imperfection before such awe-inspiring beauty. You do scatter brilliance for those who cross your path...

Peter said...

Hi there Lorrain...my most beautiful and enthusiastic fan....i smile each time i read your comments....we just got home from our last voyage in the Caribbean Sea and i apologize for not visiting while i was away but the WI-FI on the ship sucks.....i just looked over your last ten postings and you are an artist with the wind, the sun and the spirit of winter...i will be back to visit more often and i thank you for following my Mediterrean travels....love and kisses....peter:) :D

Peter said...

Sorry for leaving out the "e" i am still weary from our travels....XOX....peter:)

sandy said...

I like the composition in this shot. Your brilliance is just fine!

Frank... said...

An appealing post, with real creative impact, Lorraine...

Michael Rawluk said...

You never fall short, my dear. You are always focused in your brilliance.

Gillena Cox said...

awesome photo

much love...

Lorraine said...

Dev you're all over the place it's a sunrise lol

that's ahell of a compliment Brian, thanks so much

Doug i don't know how I'd be without my friends and thank you so much

Margie, you are a sweetheart and thank you

wow Talon that is so touching I don't know what to say thank you , so much

and again Janice deeply touch, how strange that I had no idea Id get a reaction like that

h Peter don't worry about that I assure I've been called a lot worse you and your wife are sweeties, truly, and I do love photos so much, especially when the photographer is very good!

Thanks for that Sandy, means a lot

Thanks always for your kindess Frank

Michael, geesh that's so kind I'm touched

Thanks very much Gillena

HOBBY said...

Aaaaaaa! Spirit of winter!