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Friday, November 29, 2013

Pink, Blue (and Red)

 
Today's images:

The sunrise was pink, and the light was so intense it lit up the mulberry trees. This is not looking into the east, but to the west where the light was cast.

trees at sunrise

Later in the day, when I got home from working, the same trees had blue sky in back of them. I like the contrast.

trees with blue sky

And in between, I liked these two scenes with the focus on red. But notice that a tree is an important part of both pictures.

red barn

tree with red berries

Work tonight. Not sure I'm mentally ready.

See Mulberry Mystery for more about these two trees
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6 comments:

vanilla said...

These are wonderful. The last one is blow-up frame worthy for the wall. The others, too.

The Furry Gnome said...

Wonderful pix!

John Sealander said...

Is that a partially frozen lake behind the trees in the last picture? Hard to believe it's that cold already. Very pretty picture...

Ann said...

Amazing difference in those first two and one is as beautiful as the other.
My favorite of all of these shots though is the barn. The contrast of the red barn is awesome

Dennis the Vizsla said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow those ar sum nice kolors in the middel of all that wintry landskayp!!! the trees luk like cotton candy!!! mmmm candy!!! ok bye

Sharkbytes said...

Vanilla- I can't put my finger on what is so appealing about that last one, but it is.

Thanks, Gnome!

John- slushy frozen, but yes. Thanks. That is quite a compliment, coming from you.

Ann- I'm glad you like the barn. I turned around and went back to get that picture. It just grabbed me, driving by.

Dennis- it does look like cotton candy. You can have that. I don't like that stuff much, but I'm sure you do.

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