A big thanks to y’all for all the likes, reblogs and fabulous comments, I very much appreciate it all!
4096colours replied to your photo: Raining Fire You may have seen this already, my…
stunning! Great piece of timing!
It was luck, we were driving along and this appeared in front of us. I just found something somewhat acceptable to put under it for a shot before the magic disappeared. But I’ll take luck any day! thanks! :?)
amchphotography replied to your photo: Raining Fire You may have seen this already, my…
Wow, maa! This is epic! Such a killer shot!
Hehe, thanks Ale!
Where abouts in northern BC? ps if u dont mind me asking, where do u live ? I’m in kelowna
Red Rocky lake is about an hour’s drive north of Prince George, and the Pine Pass crosses the Rockies from Mackenzie to Chetwynd, or vice versa if you’re heading south… I live in Fort St. John in the BC Peace (the part of the province east of the Rockies that looks like it should belong in Alberta), another 4 hours or so drive from this shot’s location.
fantastic! I’m know how hard it was for you to keep from titling it “golden shower”.
Hehe, it wasn’t quite as difficult not to this time Chris, but Raining Fire in cliche enough too… :?)
I’ve only just found this, i’ve seen others doing it. I’m happy i can acknowledge and thank people more easily.
home towns are the best towns!
I cannot disagree! cheers.
amchphotography replied to your photo: Here comes the night. Port Talbot, Wales. I’ve…
It felt very inviting, i have sailor blood in me. thanks
isli replied to your photo: Here comes the night. Port Talbot, Wales. I’ve…
This is fantastic! Love the mood!!
Very kinds words, thank you.
darkobojanic replied to your photo: As black as coal. Port Talbot.
Amazing pictures of Port Talbot!
Amazing Port Talbot in my pictures! cheers.
harrywakefield replied to your photo: As black as coal. Port Talbot.
This is insanely good.
crazy compliment, thank you very much.
4096colours replied to your photo: Trichotomous 12/31/2012
they spring up everywhere - lets hope they make a difference ;) And if these are yours Dave, well done for going off grid!
Considering the currently proposed hydro-electric dam on the Peace River in my area that will flood approx. 48km/~35miles of river valley (#3 it will be - upstream is Peace Canyon Dam & Dinosaur Lake, further is W.A.C. Bennet Dam & Williston Reservoir), I’m thinking I like these wind turbines more and more. Sure they have a footprint on the landscape too, but when we’re done with them it just seems a lot less cleanup to return that land somewhat to the way it was originally. I’ll leave the impacted wildlife debate of each to a future date… ;?)
And I wish even one of these was in my back yard, but sadly no, the power gets sold into “the grid” and doesn’t pad my pockets… :?(
Sorry I missed those last two posts of yours last year, took care of that now, hope your new year is off to a grand start!
I know ;( at least it looks like your barometer appears to be working perfectly.
Ha ha! Yes, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was broken though. But then you just look at the grey skies and never ending supply of rain and you know it’s all in working order!!
Oh my i thought I was possibly looking at Lundy for a moment - what piece of rock is that? looks like a wonderful location.
It was taken from a very non-tropical Weston Super Mare promenade looking out towards Steep Holm.
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4096colours replied to your photo:
beautiful piece - lovely!
my-memory-palace replied to your photo:
Love this… Great mood.
jane-ta replied to your photo:
This is quite beautiful.
Thank you all so very much!
Fun fact: it’s the bathroom window, so I see this very often. I’ve tried to take a picture of it so many times, you have no idea. I was never pleased with the result, until now.