You have indeed, Peter and it is certainly appreciated. One of the artists who contributes in Panoramio, J J Romero, suggested this would become a Pano classic. You are certainly affirming that idea.
For me it is another example of "receiving" an image, rather than taking, capturing or shooting one. I find the English expressions of capture, take and shoot too aggressive as ideas or words, especially when something as delicate and beautiful as this is before our lens!
Thanks again, Peter.
wow you are completely right Ian that's how I feel exactly too! You are ever so welcome...my best wishes, Peter
Very great shot and composition Ian.YS
Best warmest wishes Małgorzata
Thank you Małgorzata. This is the image from that morning's photography that thrilled me most. The spot has become known as Mirror Lake and that's what I was enjoying most amongst the fogs, mists and sunrise. The YS is very much appreciated.
A much appreciated award from you, Olga. Thanks very much.
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like this photo very much...
Thank you Arch. The honours are valued, but sorry that I missed replying earlier. Warm regards,
It is a privilege to share such beauty with others, roeli.
impressive captue Ian - it sounds different
Yes it does, Hubs and I well remember your 2009 image. In fact that was in my mind when I was cruising on Milford Sound. Glad this Mirror Lakes image impresses you, for it was like a deep spiritual experience for me.
We stopped here late in the day on our return from Milford, did some photography, and promised ourselves that we would have an early night and be back here pre-dawn! It was worth the time and the doubling back!
Fantastic place and photo
Thank you very much, oolala for your visit and appreciation of this wonderful Mirror!
wow great shot Ian, magic place! LIKE and Y* for this one! Best regards, diego
Thank you, thank you. I love it too.
All the best,
Superb shot! Like 9
Grettings from Hungary, László
Your affirmation is very special, László. Thank you indeed. And this is a very special landscape - I love it, with all its changing moods.
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