what a fabulous shot. I would never have thought to stop and do that. It is a wonderful photo.
Very intriguing photo! I like it!!!
Great lighting! :-)I love how the faint blue sky beckons on the horizon.
Fantastic shot, and you can tell it's untouched by the light.
Hi Letitia!Sorry for the absence these last weeks, but unfortunately it wasn’t due to some summer holidays… ;))What a shot! Stunning! Also loved to see your neighbours... Miss your comments on Blogtrotter, now at the MoMA for Art and New York lovers! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great week!
I hope you weren't driving when you took this photo;)Well done!
That is superb!! The only way I could tell it wasn't sepia was the trace of blue sky away in the distance. Amazing.
Virginia - Thank you!Our trips back and forth to Melbourne, sometimes are a bit boring (my husband does the driving), so I click away on the camera to entertain myself.
Tammy - Thanks!It was really unusual light.I got some great photos that afternoon!
Merisi - trust you to spot that!You always notice the subtle sky bits in my photos!
BABOOSHKA - Thank you!It's like I say - it's all there for us - we just gotta see it and point and click!
GMG - Hey Gil - Loved your MOMA post.I've seen one of those paintings when it visited Australia - the Matisse dancing one.So pleased to introduce you to my neighbours!
KEN - nah, I was the vegie in the passenger seat. Do you guys drive on the left side of the road too?
JELLY - hey! I was just over visiting you! Time for a new post, lady.Yeah - real spooky light, hey?Afterwards, there was the biggest rainbow I've ever seen - I couldn't fit it all in one shot.
wow! that light is awesome... contradictions attract my attention... be it in lyrics, books or photos. captured beautifully. :-)
Amazing photo! It looks magical!
It was a lucky find this blog, so I can see this amazing photo. The picture seems taken from a movie science fiction of fifties decade. Congratulations on the image. A greeting from murciadailyphoto.blogspot.com