Why did you put that vase there?

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not1word on April 24, 2010

How will I ever get anyone to take me seriously if I keep doing silly things like this?

spencer baugh on April 25, 2010

Very nice photo though! I guess that's why we put up with your sillyness. Great color and exposure!

not1word on April 25, 2010

Thank you, Spence. You're most kind, and it's fun to add the touch of fun with our shots, too.

BWS's ghost on April 25, 2010

Haha! The artiste at work ;) Nice positioning near a golden ratio point too.

not1word on April 26, 2010

No artiste am I, Brian, but thanks for the kindness. That spot was carefully chosen by a panel of experts I keep on retainer for consultation.

Itallica on April 26, 2010

Very nice!

©polytropos on April 26, 2010

It's probably the abandoned vase after somebody released the genie. Depending on his wishes you'll find maybe some traces of a Mercedes or a Porsche nearby ...
But nice sunset anyway - already at 18:47 in the evening!

Tom Lussier on April 26, 2010

I actually like the shot Phil. To me it adds something to the feeling of solitude the image conveys. Nice one. :)

Best regards, Tom

not1word on April 27, 2010

Thank you muchly, Tery.

Darn it. I didn't even think to look around for booty with which to abscond, polytropos. I'll have to go back and see if it's still lurking anywhere. But I'm glad you liked the shot. Yes, the days keep getting longer for a bit.

Thank you very much, Tom. I do appreciate the good review very much!

Ritva Astikainen on April 27, 2010

Did you get a message in a bottle? Very nice add-on to this beautiful sunset photo! Cheers, Ippa :)

©polytropos on April 27, 2010

The "message" obviously has flown in somebody's throat, I guess, Ritva. Maybe even in one only gulp, which explains the existence of the bottle on a such unusual place. ;-)

not1word on April 28, 2010

Hi there, Ippa. No, I didn't think to leave a message in the bottle. Imagine how confused folks will be when they find it empty. More mysteries! But then again, polytropos may have figured it all out, so we'll have to ask him for further developments. Thank you both for stopping by and leaving the nice comments.

Marcello Mento on April 28, 2010

Great idea, great capture......

D.R.Lamont on April 28, 2010

Feng shui?

Norrel on April 28, 2010

Has this lake always been salt, not1word, or did it turn salt after you moved to this place?

©polytropos on April 28, 2010

Well, if there would be a coherency, Norrel, don't you think the lake wouldn't rather be sour?

joyfotos on April 29, 2010

No mere sunsets for you. You must have thought of this one after telling Who to clean up his sunset shots before he shot;))

Seriously a great series and this one deserves a BO!

Theolfa on April 29, 2010

To add a focal point ;D

André Bonacin on April 29, 2010

Me? Nope... Hehehe... Nice place!

nikduserm.com on April 29, 2010

Really enjoying your new uploads and the funny comments. I suppose it is not a vase from the 12th C. :-) nik

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 24, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by not1word
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Exposure: 10.000s
    • Focal Length: 45.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.278
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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