A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
I agree, not bad at all!
Beautiful blood red sky! The two structures need to one another offer an interesting contrast of styles.
I don't know what one calls the "automatic spelling/typing correction" but it makes me very annoyed! should be "next to one another". . .
nope, not bad at all! beautiful actually!
Not bad at all, Jack !
Great sunset photo.
Not bad? C'est magnifique!!!!V
Your cupola and the structure to the right both against that sky. Stunning.
Very pretty! I have a cousin who attended the Georgia School for the Deaf.
Love these rosy clouds with the sky. So mesmerizing.MersadMersad Donko Photography
They look pretty darn good against that beautiful sunset.
The sky is gorgeous, Jack!
I do love your beautiful, colorful skies, Jack! What a terrific capture with the cupola!!
I like your composition, Jack! Now just imagine if the flag had been blowing in the wind!
Beautifully composed shot, Jack! It's a wonderful image.Regarding your last comment: yes, we also have volcanoes... but only on the Azores Archipelago and they're all asleep now! :-) Little tornados are unfortunately getting common and pretty destructive lately (I honestly don't remember them before). As to earthquakes and tsunamis, you might like reading this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1755_Lisbon_earthquakeWell, Jack... hope you haven't just decided NOT to visit Portugal in your lifetime! LOL!
I dub you "King of Sunsets"! Another beautiful shot, Jack.
Lovely sky and worth seeking out something interesting as foreground. And these are very interesting. The flagpole makes three and all good things come in threes (in photography anyway.)
A breathtaking sunset, Jack!
Bravo! A trio of interesting shapes, and I like the rooftop peeking through the triangle. The light, of course, is terrific.
It looks fabulous Jack, lovely silhouette image.
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