Sunday, January 17, 2010

Stone Creek sunset


Photo by Lois Anne; Jan. 16, 2010.

34 comments:

Don and Krise said...

Greetings Jacob,
We were tagged by NikonSniper to provide answers to 8 questions, then tag 8 others. Guess what? Yep, you've been tagged. You can check over at our blog for the questions, then please let us know when you've posted your answers.

Thanks in advance for being a good sport.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and fantastic shot !! Simply nice !!

magiceye said...

very beautiful....!!!!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Great capture of the setting sun coming through the palm trees on the horizon.

Small City Scenes said...

Another beautiful shot by Lois Anne. She is better than good. MB

Olivier said...

photo de rêve, superbe

Babzy said...

Great !

VP said...

You still have a visible sun capable of setting in a wonderful way.
We hope to have our sun back in a few days, or months... before we forget what a sunset is!

Bibi said...

The sun is on its way to me...

brattcat said...

So peaceful. Is this your view, Lois Anne?

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's a beauty! Must be nice to have such cloudless skies!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

OK ODP, I'm voting this for best of 2010! Funny, Brattcat is attributing it to Lois Anne! Jacob if you took it, give her a hard time!

Jan
GDP

Rose said...

This is beautiful!

Leif Hagen said...

....the sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar . . .
Lovely sunset photo, Jacob Meister!

nopham said...

Paradise! Great shot, L.A.!

Jarart said...

The end of another day in Paradise!

cieldequimper said...

The decisive moment.

amatamari© said...

How wonderful! Here just rain and clouds, and quite cold...
I have to change nation, it seems!
:-)

Thanks!

Allison said...

Funny! That looks just like a Minne-snow-tah sunset, except that we have snow, our trees don't have leaves and our palm trees are quivering with the wind chill factor. Other than that, it's identical!!

Cezar and Léia said...

Gourgeous sight! Love the silhouette of the tree!
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

To catch the sun so low, feeding the foreground with subtle light.

Trillian said...

Wonderful sunset, brava Lois Anne!

Bob Poris said...

We had one like that too at OTOW

Jacob said...

Hi Allison!

Nice to hear from you again. I thought maybe Safe Leif has "snowed" you under with so much work you couldn't find time to play on the computer.

If he does give you a hard time, just pull the plug on his laptop!

It's chilly again here today - only 64 I think.

Heh, heh, heh!

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - Wrong again! This was taken by a real photographer...Lois Anne!

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» gives Lois Anne a tip o' th' hat! What a fine image!

[Editor to «Louis» : You can't tip a hat to Lois Anne, you stupid vache! First of all, you have no hands. Second, you can't wear a hat - unless someone puts one on you!

«Louis» to Editor: Well, what I CAN do is butt you with my head or give a swift application of hooves to your backside, if you get my drift...

Editor: (GULP)]

Virginia said...

Oh Jacob, I had to leave Paris! :( Your lovely sunset cheered me up though. Just gorgeous!!!!
V

afv said...

This is magnificent...I love the colors and the lighting. Great photography here Jacob.

Ilse said...

Oh man! Ain't that grand? I wish I was there with you! Here in Boston we have snow and really awful weather. I could use a lovely sunset in the tropics about now.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Ahh that photo just speaks of a day well spent.

Bergson said...

magnifique photo prise au bon moment

bravo

Lois said...

That is gorgeous!

tapirgal said...

Nice, nice, nice! What a great tree with the spiky ends on the branches. The rest of the shot is alluring, too. I would have thought it was Egypt (although I've never been there).

Lisa Wilson said...

Beautiful!!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson