True, waldwind - it was a balmy September evening, by the still 'swimmable' ocean... Thanks for visiting!
Leaving the port to affront a thunderstorm. Great picture.
"Hope"- There is light at horizon, great serie of pictures.
Excellent sky, Beautiful colors & Shot!+++ LIKE & FAVORITE :))) .Best greetings from Ijaz Ahmad
Ah yes, I would have liked to have seen this area before the 'paleface' got there, and hear the thunder of thousands of Bison hooves migrating across the prairie.
The film 'Dancing with Wolves' I thought gave a small inclination of what it must have been like in those not so far off days (loved the music too, by John Barry.)
It's a place that I'll never have cause to revisit, but thanks to curious and inventive people around that time, I can do so in a photographic form.
Similar greet's from an icy-cold, windblown, thoroughly disgusting early evening on an island in the North Sea. :( ~ D.
No I didn't, Maggie, fortunately she's not a 'jewelry person', so that didn't happen. :^)
As you will know, there's a lot of nice (and expensive) shops in Venice, but browsing them was far from our thoughts; soaking up sights had preference (and some rain.)
It's great to hear from you again, aciepły uścisk powrocie firma! ~D. :))
You've handled this (potentially 'kitchy') subject quite uniquely, Thomas - I can't remember seeing fireworks like these:)
It's a large retrospective of JM you have now in Dusseldorf - I hope to see it in NY one day. For me, his 'large format' work in color (especially 'Cape Cod') was always an inspiration.
The 8x10" Deardorff had a special mystique, unlike today's slrs' and digital backs...
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