Sunday, November 21, 2010

Sunset Sunday

SUNSET GLOW
O.K. Chad, see what a little guilt will do????  I must have had a senior moment forgetting to post a 'Sunset Sunday' photo so here it is.  For Scott and Chad, this is the view from my side of the lake, and you can only imagine how beautiful the sunset was based on the beautiful light reflecting on my son and daughter in law.

19 comments:

Scott said...

I do love how the light is reflecting of them and the car (Sweet ride). I also love the deep azure of the skies. Beautiful, and thanks to Chad for laying on the guilt trip LOL!

Ginny said...

The light is amazing! It really overpowers the lake. In looking at the two dancing posts, I would have to say that the kids are my favorite, how cute!!!

Sandra said...

Karen this is totaly awesome and amazing. each day i wait to see what you will post next. I am thinking you should be a photographer! Ha Ha just kidding. You are Truly Talented, i could never even imagine thinking of this, much less taking the photo. WOW

Don said...

Beautiful sunset shot...good looking couple!

joey said...

An amazing photo, Karen ... both the remains of the day and your beautiful children.

SouthernSass said...

Oh my! This photo is WOW! Not very articulate huh? Seriously though, it blows me away!

Chad said...

Glad you were able to join in today. Great reflective lighting and composition. Plus it never hurts to have an attractive couple and a great car.

Rick said...

Love this Karen - the lighting is great, the colours, composition, car, and couple are superb ! A beautiful shot that needs printing and framing and hanging !!

Linnea said...

Wow! It's breathtaking! Thanks for visiting me. Now I'm following you too!

Stacey Dawn said...

Stunning! What a capture - and awesome composition!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

O.M.G! That lighting and your subjects are stunning! What an awesome wedding gift to have a photo like that made by your mom. Amazing colors, Karen. I love the composition with the car... the mountain range... the sky... the lake... the shoes... perfect.

And, the second dance contenders are quite cute! LOL! Who can compete with cute children???

Light-In-A-Box said...

Karen, I am humbled by your photography, you have incredible talent! Keep up the good work...
Michael

From the Kitchen said...

Karen: What an amazing photo! The play of light and texture is beautifully interesting. The couple is very nice to look at as well!!

Best,
Bonnie

Aina said...

Oh, this was a lovely picture of the bride and groom. It was really great in the light of sunset.
Have a nice day!

ρομπερτ said...

A promise in the making.

Please have a good Tuesday.

daily athens

bluekat said...

Simply stunning. The lighting is wonderful, and lights your son and daughter in law beautifully. Very nicely done!

Charlene: the Polarblogger said...

What a stunning shot! I wish I could take a photo like this. I used to be a wedding photographer back in my homeland (Philippines), but now that I'm here, things have changed.

Thanks for the generous comments you posted on my photos. I feel honored to get such comments from a brilliant photographer like you. Yes, I took some time to browse over your blogs, and I found a treasure of photo tips here. No wonder your pictures are so amazing.

I'm glad we "met" here. Now I have a new great site to visit regularly. Best regards!

lioneagle said...

Hi Karen -

Love this - much!

georgia b. said...

oh, wow!
this is a totally awesome photo! how very unique.

thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. for some reason, i just got the comment today, even though you sent it a while ago. i usually get e-mail notifications when someone leaves me a comment, but for some reason, i did not get one for yours. so it slipped through the cracks. but then today on my dashboard, i noticed it was there. thanks again! i always love to get new visitors... and to see what others see.
: )