Sunday, December 17, 2017

Sunday Sky

Andy | Sunday, December 17, 2017 | Best Blogger Tips
I am back at my favourite sunrise location. It is a cold day and a thin layer of ice is beginning to form on the bay.

20 comments:

  1. I love different blue of this beautiful night scene

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  2. Great silhouette against the sunrise and the ice over the water makes it very cold and frosty. What a photographer has to endure for a beautiful shot but mission for sure accomplished here. Very nice Andy.

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  3. I see ice on the water, winter is coming!

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  4. Lovely coloring and nice horizons in this photo.
    The anglers here are checking the ice on the lake daily.

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  5. ...thanks for showing up on time, I would have hated to miss it.

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  6. I can see why it's your favorite spot and the ice adds an unusual twist.

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  7. Beautiful! Love the silhouette of the windmill!

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  8. Un'immagine tranquilla e rilassante
    Un saluto,silvia

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  9. What a beautiful shot. You don't have to get up quite as early as you do in the summer months to get these sunrise shots, do you?

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  10. Lovely shot Andy. In answer to your comment on my blog, we live on the "wet" side of the Cascades. The "dry" side is not terribly far away. The scenery is as different as BC is from Saskatchewan. And thanks for your nice words!

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  11. Una auténtica posta, con esos colore y reflejos tan atractivos. Buena foto.

    Saludos.

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  12. Bonito atardecer con esos tonos azules y anaranjados. La capa de hielo formándosela, se nota. Muy lograda.
    Un abrazo.

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  13. The colors in this are gorgeous -- such a beautiful shot. And yesterday's is spectacular, too. It would be so nice framed.

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  14. Un buen contraluz, con un color muy bello

    Saludos

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  15. Stunning photo, I love this.
    You have had so many wonderful photos earlier, I watched them now.

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