Sunday, November 15, 2009

Another blue sunrise to start the week

19 comments:

Hilda said...

What a beautiful way to start the day!
Thank you so much for such a wonderful photo, Jacob! I hope your week will be as lovely.

slim said...

Oh I really like the composition here and the easy peaceful feeling . . . very nice.

Leif Hagen said...

Oh, Lois Anne - what a magnificent photo! A gorgeous sunrise! I always knew you could take better photos than Jacob Meister!

Don and Krise said...

This is phenomenal! Whether I embiggen it or not!

Small City Scenes said...

My word that is a beautiful shot or rather picture. Frameable. Colors are great. MB

tapirgal said...

Classically lovely.

brattcat said...

Stunning and serene simultaneously!

B SQUARED said...

Another of your 'postcard' shots. Lovely!

Lois said...

Absolutely stunning shot! Thanks for posting it.

Frank said...

I shoot a sunset and it says the sun is setting. But, you shoot this sunrise and it's over-the-top gorgeous. And one would think from this angle that Cedar Key has hills or mountains. The colors, too, are mesmerizing.

I'm blown away. VERY nice shot, professor!!

Jacob said...

@ Thank you all! :-)))))

Anonymous said...

Whoa! Jacob, that is truly GORGEOUS! How'd you do that?! I love it

cieldequimper said...

I'm gobsmacked by the beauty so well caught. I would never manage this... I would still be fast asleep, shame on me.

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - "Gobsmacked"? Heh, heh! Love that word!

Rose said...

Spectacular! The air looks so clear!

JM said...

This is so beautiful!

Cezar and Léia said...

Sonnet Loyalty

From all my love I will be careful
Before, and with such zeal, and always, and both
That even in the face of greater charm
His charm was more my thinking.

I live it every time they
And in his praise I will spread my song
And laugh my laughter and shed my tears
In his grief and his joy

And so, when I later look
Perhaps the death agony of those who live
Who knows the loneliness, to those who love

I could tell me of love (I had):
That is not immortal, since it is called
But that is infinite while it lasts.

( one of my favourite Brazilian poet - Vinicius de Moraes)

This picture is magnificent dear Jacob, congratulations!
Leia

Jacob said...

@ Leia - Thank you for this beautiful poem! What a delight!

Lisa Wilson said...

Just wow!