Sunday, January 28, 2007

Second Tier Photos

Today, I thought to go through some of my photographs from England. When I took a lot of them, I saved them, and some I labeled, but just like anything else, after their "time" on the memory card in my camera had come and gone, I didn't think on a good number of them again. I am not sure why this is the case, but I was most impressed with the sky in England--it may have been how the clouds were formed or how the sunlight came through them and the surrounding scenery, but every time there was a sunset, it was always impressive. This one was labeled as sometime in April of last year, and it was taken overlooking the soccer field outside of the dorm system I lived in.

11 comments:

Matt said...

Foreboding....

dive said...

Wow. I wish the sky in England looked like that now!
Looking out of the office window, the sky in London is currently lead grey and is emitting some kind of misery field.

the superstar said...

very beautiful. very beautiful indeed.

ellesappelle said...

Wow, that really is stunning. Wow!

Jean-Luc Picard said...

The sky seems perpetually grey in England right now.

Gem said...

Yeah, Monet liked to work over here for that reason (although he did paint in the days of thick London smog, which is thankfully massively reduced now). The sky can be fairly impressive, we've had some lovely sunsets these past few days.

"Angeldust" said...

You, Turner and...

"Angeldust" said...

You, Turner and...

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Dear Anonymous--

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Pilgrimchick

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