My Controlled Chaos
Beautiful shot Robin. It looks like you are getting the same kind of light that we are ;-)
Thank you, Chris. Yes, late in the winter day is the most delicious light. It's often very pink, too turning the water pink.
I love this picture, especially the lighting. -R- Christine GeeryFebruary 20, 2011 07:04 PM
beautiful picture...the lighting, the romanticism... I wasn't sure how to get to that link above tho... Y HeronFebruary 20, 2011 04:19 PM
Nice!!! Is this Maine? I've always wanted to visit Maine. This is so picturesque. Tea ScrollsFebruary 20, 2011 11:23 PM.
Glorious photo. It captures a second of when everything should be as it is. Thank you for sharing.♥ FusunA
WOW! Really gorgeous!!!
Thanks, Kerri. I'm glad this image has had such postive responses.
Oh, Robin, you are making me homesick!!! What an absolutely gorgeous shot! I'm really liking your new header!! I'll never forget the first time I saw Canada Burnet, up in Cape Breton. I fell in love then and there, on the spot. ~karenp.s. Thanks for the awesome comment on my blog! I'll check out that author!
KaHolly, I'm delighted that you know what the header is! Indeed, Sanguisorba canadnesis, or "Great Burnett." It's in my garden. It is a plant I aggressively sought for years before finally finding it. I have moved it from places i have lived and taken it with me, too. As you can see from this image, the fall pollinators love it. It is often nearly alive with bees, hover flies, and so on. Thanks so much for the read, views and comments.
lovely peaceful image with lovely evening tones..... its saying...."wish you were here"
Thanks, Dave. Ya, "Wish you were here freezing your keeeester off in this boat!"
Gorgeous light, Robin, makes it look so warm, so inviting, despite the cold. Glad to find out from reading the comments the name of the beautiful plant in your header.
Thank you for sharing those beautiful work
SKIZO, thank you very much.