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Beautiful harmonious colours!
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Thank you, Caroline!
The color of the mountain suggested to me the southwestern part of the country rather than where you are.
I think you are fooled by the timing. This was in May and the trees were still in fresh leaf out and being hit by the golden rising sunlight.
I knew the color came from golden light, but the effect still reminded me of terrain I’ve seen in places like Arizona, New Mexico, and west Texas. You’re correct that I didn’t know the picture was from May.
Beautiful image Steve!
I agree that the colour palette is lovely here. Will try to remember it for art classes!
Thanks, Sel. Nature provides. 🙂
Indeed she does! Lovely!
And to all our benefit! 🙂
I love the soft colors! So peaceful.
Very pretty scene! I love images that include the moon and this one has several other elements going for it … like trees, a mountain and sunrise sky. Who could ask for more?
Not I! 🙂 Thank you, Denise. It was a lovely beginning to the day.
Love this composition. The glow of the clouds is repeated in the distant hill, which is flanked by the subtle vegetation. It’s a meditation.
This is a favorite location, a go to spot not far from home. The light was wonderful and I was lucky to have a nice full moon in the sky. Thanks Gary!
The mountain looks almost rocky rather than tree-covered, and the foreground shrubs have the look of the desert. If I’d seen the photo without any context and was asked to guess it’s location, I might have said west Texas.
I guess the light does look like some images I have seen of the southwest. Your comment gives me a sense of that area’s appearance should I ever visit it.
Breathtakingly beauitful Steve. The moon really appears to be sailing up in that pretty sky. Just perfect. No wonder – it was made in May! 🙂
It was a lovely day…what day that starts like this wouldn’t be? 🙂 Thanks, Lynn.
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