Unique images of Central Texas and beyond.
The days keep getting shorter and work keeps getting longer. I keep thinking I’m going to have a chance to get out and shoot something new but daily life keeps pulling me away. Oh well, someday soon…….
Beautiful. I love the light and the clouds.
Absolutely beautiful colours and lines. Great evening sky shot. I wish you time to get out and take those photos!
Looks like a tired sky after a busy day.
Breathtaking colours, breathtaking scene. Brilliant, just brilliant! Any post processing on this?
amazing layer of colors from the light in the sky:-) look like someone painting on the sky!!!
I can empathize. I hope yet get a chance to shoot some soon.
I love the silhouettes. It makes me think of Africa for some reason. And, I too can empathize. This is such a busy time of year… Just keep your head above water and things will be alright
Ce ciel est fÃ©erique !
On a la sensation d’Ãªtre dans une lÃ©gende , de ne plus Ãªtre sur terre !
I like the composition of this shot. Sky colors are great and the shadow too.
Excellent shot. So many nice sky/dusk photos today.
Hey man, I know the feeling. I have a lot of trouble getting out for photos too. I like the clouds at the top of this frame the best. They are very sharp. And the trees at the bottom keep the whole scene from getting dull like some shy shots can get. Very nice work.
Beautiful. Amazing colors – nice to have golden color in two places. And those are cool looking trees, at that.
excellent..the horizon and sky are wicked
great shot! so many fantastic elements in this picture.
Unbeleivable sky colors. Vapor trails and natural clouds look great togehter. Any post processing on this, or is that what the sky actually looked like that day? If the latter, you are lucky to have experienced it in person.
fire in the sky! beautiful, andy.
Good good. good contrast with black trees.
Simply Stunning…. I love the sky!!!
* Copy This Password *
* Type Or Paste Password Here *
Return to top of page
Copyright © 2016 · Genesis Framework · WordPress · Log in