Andrea, your sun shots are quite impressive. I love how it looks when it is shining through the clouds. I think I like the last image best. It's quite forceful. I also like your "bear" images. Amazing how there seemed to be two bears in the photo. Nice editing. I'm getting ready to see what's in the fridge for my starving little guy here. He's not too happy about being served doggie food for breakfast this morning. I can't imagine where he got the idea that he should have steak for every meal. Hmmmm.I've finished all my shopping except for something for Pogo. This is tricky because they don't make treats for toothless doggies. And he does not know how to play with toys. I've tried to show him, but somehow he just does not grasp the idea that it's okay for him to play. He does like to place them about though. So that's a little plus. Well now I really should do a few chores around here. You and Izzi have a wonderful day. Hugs, Edna B.
I love the way the thinner cloud cover is so much brighter!! The last image is my favourite!!
Terrific captures for the day, Andrea!! Wonderful, mysterious looking skies!! Hope you have a great new week!
:( not easy to be Sun these days.
Ooo, I love those kind of captures♪
Very atmospheric shots.
Nice light - who says you should never point your camera at the sun!The quarry is a great place - but its about a 4 1/2 hour drive from our house - a little too far for a dat trip! But we do tend to go to that part of the world at least once each year - and we normally pay a visit.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
beautiful photos...and I love the painterly looks from post-processing