Friday, March 21, 2008






I love this photo... not only the sunlight and the trees, but the road, the signs, and the poles disappearing into the distance...

and I caught where the beam of light goes this time, and it seems to stop in mid-air, like a "celestial being" landing there...

(please click on the picture to see it full sized!)

23 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Very intense color. I like it.

Have a nice holiday weekend.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville

Anita said...

Thank you! It looks almost like I used a sepia filter or something on it, but I didn't alter the color at all... :)

Daniel J Santos said...

Beautiful image, fantastic colors, excellent.

John said...

Very good composition Anita! Good work.
Happy Easter.

SandyCarlson said...

What a beautiful golden world. Magical!

Low Iron Only said...

so beautiful i just want to walk into it and keep going

Daryl E said...

just beautiful

Petunia said...

Beautiful image and so lovely clours! Just love it!

dot said...

I like the colors too and it's the sort of picture you can lose yourself in by thinking about the road where it goes the signs, etc.

quintarantino said...

Intense and beautiful colours.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Beautiful colours!

Misty Dawn said...

I love it too!!! This is fantastic! I looks like a golden path! Awesome shot - one of my favorites.

I wish you a wonderful weekend.

Carole said...

The more you look at this photo the more there is to see.

Anita said...

thanks everyone!

I love driving, and road trips... this just makes me want to get in the truck, put some classic rock in the CD player, and drive.... :)

Buffalo said...

Incredible doesn't begin to do it justice.

Anita said...

Thank you, Sir... :)

Dick said...

This picture has magic in it, very nice. Happy Easter.

Moonshadow said...

Definately an Easter picture I think, with gold springing from the "dead" trees.

Anita said...

Thanks to both of you!

Moonshadow, you always have such an interesting way of looking at things!

Lori said...

There is definitely beauty in our Kansas sunsets..and sunrises.

fishing guy said...

I really like the way the trees frame the sunset.

becky voyles said...

I like the goldenness of it. It should win an award

Anita said...

Thank you! :)

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