Through a Glass Dimly
What Dreams May Come. :)
Remember that movie.
This is like a scene. I love the watercolor effect. Beautiful!
- garyfudge (1098)
- [2007-05-30 9:20]
Awesome! Both words and picture.
Love the atmosphere created by the photographic effect and echoed by the words.
- trinko (4321)
- [2007-05-30 9:22]
nice nature panorama. good almost abstract foreground colors and nice detail on the mountains.
- lawhill (2054)
- [2007-05-30 9:43]
All your shots make me think about life, what we lose and we gain and what balance stay on us for ever, my best bet is the memories,stay we us for ever, and your shots and notes
bring back that. TFS best regards/Lawhill
- Mana (18598)
- [2007-05-30 10:36]
Superlative shot. Love the green plains and the ragged mountains. Lovely light and shadow effect on the mountains and distant ones gfive so much depth to the shot. It looks surreal, just like a painting. Very nicely composed and presented. Kudos.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-05-30 12:57]
You invest this landscape with a sense of American history, Bob, and pass on your own personal relationship with it through your touching note.
The picture is beautiful with a wonderful depth of view.
- joey (24909)
- [2007-05-31 15:11]
absolutely beautiful scene!
I love the white mountains behind the brown mountain.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2007-06-01 18:29]
WHAT A GREAT, I mean, GREAT panoramic vista.
Your images are getting better and better.
Lovely notes. Very interesting stories.
THIS IS A PAINTING. MARVELOUS.
Your Canadian buddy,
- jpinkham (685)
- [2007-07-03 17:50]
Those timeless words from I Corinthians 13 never fail to stir me, Bob. A soft -- perhaps intentionally so? -- and nonetheless vivid panoply of colors and textures. I like the intersecting lines of the mountain ranges and the long foreground. Well composed under obviously challenging shooting conditions, as your note explains.
The more I look at this photo, the more its title seems somehow apt. To borrow another classic turn of phrase that this makes me think of a bit: "There's a land that is fairer than day/and by faith we can see it afar...."
Peace be with you, Bob.