Friday, February 22, 2008

moon...after sun


27 comments:

evlahos said...

YOU CAN TO MAGIC

Sandy Carlson said...

Magic is the word.

quintarantino said...

A most impressive photo. Nice seeing you joined the club.

RuneE said...

That was one great composition!

PS I have posted a response to your question about sizing images. I did it as a comment to my post.

shades said...

so beautiful..!

quintarantino said...

I think your link in Dot's site isn´t working correct. Check it out.

ellen b said...

This is stunning!

dot said...

Beautiful shot! Your link was not right so I'm going to fix it. I hope you will get more comments.

Anemone said...

Very nice shot..., like the others in your wonderful blog.

Love from Norway.

quintarantino said...

Now it's right my friend. Hope you have more visitor now 'cause you deserve.

Andrea said...

WOW, gorgeous.

Anita said...

So pretty...

Daniel J Santos said...

Amazing, another fantastic photo.

Ida said...

Amazing.
Excellent shot! :)

marcia said...

oh yes mystical

byrningbunny said...

Absolutely stunning colors and shadows!

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Wow!!! The best Sky-photo ever!!!! Absolutly amazing!!!

Kerri said...

Wow...Fabulous image!
I LOVE it!!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Stunning capture

Lilli & Nevada said...

That is beautiful

Petunia said...

Great composition and wonderful colours. I love the contour of the rocks in front.

DeeMom said...

WOW

Misty Dawn said...

Yep - definitely magical! (and beautiful too)

monsoon-dreams said...

the silhouette effect looks very beautiful

quintarantino said...

Cochim?

Andrée said...

How beautiful! What a gorgeous color in the sky.

quintarantino said...

Thanks. I see you know your History and that's great. It's a pitu many people don´t have that care.
Inspite my poor figure I would like you to know that I know and love History (one of the things I try to get everytime I go abroad is the buy a history book of the country. Not one of those travel guides, but one really written by an historian).
I sure hope Francisco de Almeida forgives my Cochim try!