If It Moves......Photograph It!!
If It Doesn't Move....Photograph It Anyway!!
What a poignant question. And a lovely photo to go with it.
Thanks Benni :-))
Solnedgångarna kan verkligen vara sprakande skådespel. Vacker bild med vattenspegeln.
Tack så mycket, Ulla!!
Beautiful capture, interesting question. Where was the photo taken?
Thanks DL :-)) This was taken not far from where I live. It's looking down the Cleddau River towards the sea, at Milford Haven, Wales.
Thanks Pat :-))
Only if I had seen a sunrise...a gorgeous sunset it is :)
Thanks Danette :-))
I love sunsets and sun rises .
I love sunsets, but don't often see sunrises :-))
beautiful photo! and a nice question to imagine about! :P
Thanks Jacob :-))
seems we shared the same wave lnk this week, Mitch. I cannot even begin to imagine what it is like to spend a lifetime in total darknessIf a person were to be sightless since birth or within a few years, I don't think they would 'see' the awe that we do.. In my opinion, a sunset/sunrise must be SEEN with the eyes. Only then is the true beauty experienced and only then can emotion kick in. I think with the right words, the unsighted may get an idea what it looks like...but in no way grasp it like a sighted person.
Yes, looks like we were on the same wavelength!! That is pretty much how I thought about the question.
pssst....forgot to say your sunset photo is awesome..... liquid gold falling from the sky....how does one imagine that if never seen b4??
I can't imagine that I had never seen a sunset, and the one of your shot is so meraviglioso!
Thanks HF :-))
A beautiful sky! It´s not easy to describe the colors and the light ... so I think it´s hard to imagine one ... even more if you have never seen one!
Thanks Mary :-)) I think you may be correct.
I think it's possible to imagine, however, the result of the imagination might have nothing to do with the reality... Gorgeous sunset!
Thanks Belita :-)) Yes, without any point of reference, the imagination could come up with something totally different!!
I don't think I could imagine one has pretty as your photo
Thanks Kathy :-)