Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Presbyterian church spire - downtown Ocala

18 comments:

Paula said...

Impressive, but it seems a little out of place in contemporary Florida. Maybe it's that gorgeous sky, I always think thunderstorms and lightning bolts when I see one of these. :)

Nice framing too!

magiceye said...

oh wow! the shades in the image are beautiful!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Nice capture, nice effects! Nice sky.

Kate said...

Reaching for heaven!

Memphis MOJO said...

The blue and white in the sky really sets off the steeple.

cieldequimper said...

Mysterious shot... Ah if only our sky could be blue...

Olivier said...

belle photo de la rencontre de ce clocher et de ce nuage

Bibi said...

I too don't usually think of a scene like this when I think of Florida. Very nice!

What effect did you use for the white 'rips'?

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and amazing shot !!Great Work Jacob !!

Unseen Rajasthan

EG Wow said...

Although its tall and pointed, the spire is also round and green making it quite different from any that I re,e,ber seeing. I like the white frame around it.

Small City Scenes said...

what a neat shot. Love the clouds and of course blue sky is always welcomed. MB

B SQUARED said...

It's true! Their spires do reach the heavens.

Daryl said...

Nice effect, this would be a perfect SkyWatch shot

Lois said...

Interesting shot Jacob! I like the way it is peeking out over the trees.

Joy said...

It sure is well hidden. What were you doing looking up?

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tapirgal said...

Nice one, Jacob. I wonder if the green is really weathered or if it's painted? I hope it's weathered. By the look of the tree, it could be an older area.

Dan J. said...

A nice perspective. I like the way you composed this with the tree, steeple, and clouds to give depth.

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

Great tones and contrasts, love the spire peeping through the top of the branches.

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