Thursday, January 1, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday #2



(c) Misty DawnS

I took this photo with my dad's camera when I was visiting Ohio over Thanksgiving. When we would take Matouk for a walk, Dad would hand me his camera to stick in my pocket. My camera doesn't fit in my pocket (obviously), and I didn't want to take it on our walks, because I didn't want to expose it to the weather. I was interested to see how the little camera we got Dad last Christmas would work on a photo taken looking directly at the sun. I thought it did a pretty nice job.

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12 comments:

Linda

I would have to say that little camera did a fantastic job! That is a great shot!

crazy working mom

Hands down, this is the most fantastic sunset picture that I've ever seen! Very beautiful photo. Great job with that little camera.

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Happy Friday!

Sandra Carvalho

OMG!That's an awesome picture!
Absolutely gorgeous!!!
Happy Friday!
And Happy New Year!

maryt/theteach

Excellent photo created by your Dad's (I assume) point and shoot camera! Thanks for Visiting my post! And Happy New Year to you! :)

Patti

That's a beautiful sunset photo! The camera (and you) did a great job.

storyteller

Beautiful ...
Hugs and blessings,

Dianne

the golden light is amazing and the reflection in the water is wonderful!

Ralph

This is a stunning daybreak, the sun more than peeking over the tree line. The reflection in the water appears as a candle and the sun the flickering flame. Wow!

Kerri

WOW! This is marvelous!!

Tammy

That's gorgeous girl!

Lilli & Nevada

Beautiful reflection on the water

David

if you think about it, other than you and me ( humans) isn't something like the sun just the most wonderful thing God could have made?
Where would we be without Him?

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