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Friday, February 23, 2007

Look Both Ways.

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Sometimes when we see a beautiful sunset, we tend to focus on the magnificence of the dipping orb. But often, when you turn and look the opposite direction, the golden beams of the setting sun, cast a glorious hue on everything.
This was taken from the same spot, same time as yesterdays post. However it is taken looking east, the opposite of yesterdays picture.

14 comments:

Libbys Blog said...

Yesterdays and todays photos are both stunning. Beautiful scenery! Thanks for dropping by my photo a day blog!

angela said...

You're quite right. Both views are equally lovely though in different ways. I prefer this one as I have a weakness for the mellow richness of the colours.
Thanks for the visit and comment.
Angela

max_hh said...

Susan, that's a beautiful photo. I'll use that as a desktop picture (if you don't mind :-) ).

Marc

isabella said...

Yes, you're right. I enjoy both views equally.

Lisi said...

the reflections in both photos are amazing...great shots!

Gerald England said...

Two stunning views but for myself I prefer the earlier one -- it might be because I find the orange(? -- I do suffer from Daltonism) a bit too much in the second.

photowannabe said...

This photo looks like a watercolor. I really like it. It would make a great notecard.

Annie said...

That is the most incredible image! Bravo, Bravo!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This is breathtaking!

Herman Verbrugge said...

Great photos Susan, especially the previous one. I like the cool colours, but this one has that golden glow when we see these objects in the sunset. Your photos are getting better and better. I collect your best ones on my computer :-)

Bleeding Orange said...

I also really like this photo and the previous one. Goods shots.

kris said...

your surroundings are marvellous, so is this photo!

Hi and welcome to DP family :)

Tyler said...

I have images of that group of trees too!

It's along the Alouette River. Nice shot though.

Susan said...

Thanks Tyler, glad you like it. If you have a blog or website, i'd love to repay the visit.