Sunday, 2 January 2011

river walks

 not the greastest quality
from my phone camera
but the colours are true
4pm
new years day
 love the silhouetted tree line

 quite fitting to my quiet mood


took this on Boxing Day
ice melting
 for Erin in black & white

31 comments:

  1. Wow saz, I certainly dont think you need to apologise for the quality, they are beautiful pictures...

    A very happy 2011 to you xx

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  2. Please, shove that last one tightly in black and white. Whoa. The lines and geometry!

    Walking. walking. walking~

    It is what we have.

    Yesterday we had mud. Today snow. Tomorrow?

    xo
    erin

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  3. You took those with your phone? I wish I could do as well with my SLR.

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  4. Oh, that is peaceful somehow, Saz. It is so beautiful. God. You know, just to spend a moment there and then to walk on.

    Thank you.

    xo
    erin

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  5. Oh gee, these are exquisite! I love the moodiness of the photos and the colours and textures. I went out yesterday and took some shots of my area, too. Just had to get out and away from everyone. Hope you had a nice New Year's. :D

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  6. These are stunning, darling. Heaven knows what you could produce if you had a super-duper gee whiz camera, nothing better I venture...it's all in the eye.

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  7. These are beautiful - hauntingly so. They make me wish I lived closer by and could take a walk there myself. What a beautiful place to meditate on life.

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  8. I truly love the shot from under the bridge. It reminds me of some of the sights from my childhood growing up near the Neponset River, and sometimes going under a bridge just to see what might be down there!

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  9. Oooooh! Lovely.
    I particularly love the photos looking through the arch.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  10. These are beautiful, Saz. I love the colours in the first one and the perspective from the last.

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  11. All I can say is "Wow!" Those are truly impressive, especially coming from a cell phone! Absolutely beautiful!

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  12. Sara
    I love the way you saw these images
    the camera was just the echo
    ~rick

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  13. Oh my, your photos are so beautiful, so eerie and amazing,especially from an NZ summer, in a city that doesn't get snow,

    sending much care and many huggles, Michelle and Zebby Cat down in Wellington, NZ; xxx and warm purrrrrumbling from two welly-tubbies

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  14. Your phone takes great photos -- helped along greatly by your eye for something beautiful.

    Happy New Year!

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  15. Those pictures are beautiful.

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  16. I love every one of these, but especially the one shot under the bridge. I personally like the natural color, but I suppose the true artists will go for the black and white. All lovely, though. Congratulations on POTW.

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  17. Saz, your photos were great! Well done for getting Hilary's POTW! - Dave

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  18. Fabulous photos!! You captured the atmosphere of the space beautifully. Congrats on your POTW
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  19. These are absolutely beautiful. Why am I hauling around a camera when shots like this can come from a cell phone!? Congratulations on POTW.

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  20. Congrats on your POTW and I agree with what everyone else says!!

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  21. Congrats on POTW! Wonderful photos from a phone! Love the first and the last especially. Happy New Year!

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  22. Gorgeous! And congrats on being the POTW!

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  23. Gorgeous! And congrats on being the POTW!

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  24. Very nice photos, I have never shot with a phone, but many get a good image.

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  25. This is terrific my darling girl. POTW...top spot, well deserved, these pictures are wonderful. Don't have a favourite; loved them all.

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  26. Wow, these are from your phone? Beautiful! Congrats on the POTW!

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  27. wonderful potw, it's amazing what our new phones can do, but it's always who is behind the lens that makes the biggest difference, great shots ~ nice to meet you :)

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  28. Fantastic photos - you have the eye and then some

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Thanks for stopping by!

Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x