43 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Q

    That is a magical splash of amber in the first shot. I say buttah all the time but in this instance, the sun is doing its most delicious imitation for real. And if I want to get really creative, it looks as if the sun is snowing upwards, to filter light into that street lamp. But that’s the work of some fiction whereas your real time brilliance . . . wait for it . . . shines through once again.

    The second shot is what I love in my artwork, because it’s asymmetrical with lots of moving parts. The trees a perfectly placed bit of comfort as the sky gives us a show.

    Here’s to Wednesday!

    B

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  2. WOW!!! That light is amazing. Again, like a painting. So Maxfield Parrish. I know I mention him a lot, but please take it as a high compliment. You have that same ability to make it like a trompe l’oeil, as if one could touch it and feel its layers. 🙂

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  3. I am sitting on a porch in a cottage in northern Ontario watching the sun come up. There’s a slight chill in the air and I wrap my sweater a little closer around me. I sit back watching the steam rise from my cup of tea. There is no sound but the lapping of water as it caresses the beach gently. A single cry from a bird breaks the silence and I can once again hear the world encroaching on my peace.

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  4. Dear Dale,

    I can’t believe I forgot your Wordless Wednesday this morning. Shame on me. Beautiful colours in the skies. I love the blurred streetlight best. It has a golden feeling to it.

    Shalom and lotsa glowing hugs,

    Rochelle

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    • Dear Rochelle,

      I know, I know. I haven’t played FF. Yet. No shame, no shame. You came! And thank you. I loved the blurred effect (the non-blurred was okay but meh…)

      Shalom and lotsa glowy love!

      Dale

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