Photos that don't fit the Buick City Complex
The bottom two photographs radiate artistry. Glad you're still enjoying your camera.(I probably mentioned this at one time; however, it hit me that I did first read your comments on Ruksak's blog a couple of years ago. There seemed to be predominantly men who commented there. That is where your name stuck in my mind, long before discovering this writer's circle where I'm out in the margin, but content.
RuKsaK I mean
GEL - thank you, the intensely clear light and blueish shadows from a very low sun make the frozen sea seem almost like another planet.(Yes, I was visiting RuKsaK's noble site at least two years ago.)
When views like that are available then the word 'awe' walks out of the dictionary and takes centre stage.gel - don't worry about the capitals - they are extremely optional
just gotta say, as one nature photo enthusiast to another (im guessing!), youre good! really nice shots..cheers...
Ruk - I love your theatrical theme! Thanks.Dude - Gload you saw what I saw in them. I recently wrote about nature being perfect than man's efforts.
P-(I have no idea if this email link works, so this goes here, somewhat obtusely.)Saw your recent entry on BCC. Ironically, I had just finished reading old email and felt the urgent need to click there.You've been on my mind since early Feb. with increasing vibes. Hope your "7 squared + 1/2" went well yesterday.I don't want to send off an email to the unknown, so please know that an ear (or two) is here.I've been concerned about you.If you don't still have my email, it's artsy GEL 18 (no spaces) symbol for (at) gmail (symbol for dot) com.
GEL - I had quite forgotten my 49.5th birthday but I celebrated it nonetheless here in Canada. I have been unable to write lately
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