Thursday, April 11, 2013

A Little Patch of Sky - Thursday Inspiration





The prompt for this week's inspiration is sky. In the above photo, most of the image is the reflections of the mountains near Canmore, Alberta, where we spent a few days hiking last summer. The triangle in the foreground reflects the sky, just a small triangle of light and clouds between the mountains. 

Linking to Mary of the Little Red House for Thursday Inspiration.

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful photo Lorrie. The colors are gorgeous!
    ~Clara

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  2. That is the most amazing photo I've seen! It should be on one of those glossy calendars Lorrie! I really had to look closely to see what I was seeing - the reflections are so perfect. Great shot! Pamela

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  3. I love it, Lorrie. So unique and interesting.

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  4. Wow! That water had to be crystal clear to get a reflection like that. Gorgeous! Best wishes, Tammy

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  5. One has to study your photo a bit to understand what you're seeing. So many reflections with just that triangle of sky showing sure makes this a stunning photo Lorrie.
    Judith

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  6. What glorious colors in your photo, Lorrie, and such a beautiful reflection!

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  7. A very artsy and unique photo. As Pat say, wonderful cool colors in the grays, blues, and greens. I like the staircase reflected in the water, too.

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  8. Great photo with very interesting cropping, Lorrie!

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  9. A peek into heaven!!! Beautiful shot Lorrie.

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  10. That is an amazing shot - as though heaven had parted and let us have a glimpse inside.

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  11. Amazing!!!!!! This one should be framed and hung for all to see.

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  12. that is amazing and I am still studying it. What a good catch there and what stunning colors!

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  13. That's a cool shot! Wonderful...

    Gosh, that teal color is delicious!

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  14. Thanks for your comments, Lorrie! I love church spires, too. I find myself photographing churches whenever I get a chance. I'm glad Dotsie explained Carolina Blue to you. :) It's so ironic that we both mentioned it in our posts.

    Your photo is absolutely AMAZING!! I still can't imagine how you captured that image. That water must be incredibly clear -- thanks for sharing.

    I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  15. This is an amazing photo, Lorrie. The color of that water is gorgeous. I would love to see this place "in person".

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  16. You've even done better than Photoshop ever could with this landscape and reflection Lorrie - it's amazing. The colors are beautiful............and of course Alberta always supplies gorgeous scenery so we can snap away getting photos that are keepers. I need to go back to Banff, Lake Louise etc. now that I have a really good DSLR (my Canon 7D) to get good pics!

    I mentioned you and linked to you in today's post!
    Hugs from the now pollen covered North Carolina Piedmont area!

    Love, Mary

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  17. Oh my, what a beautiful photo and so wonderful that you captured the reflection of the sky.

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  18. A stunning photo...one that could be entered into a photo contest..hint, hint.

    Jen

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  19. What a brilliant response to that prompt -- a clever puzzle for the eye to work out!

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  20. Wow - What a great photo!!! Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Thanks for stopping by - Have a great weekend!

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  21. What a beautiful picture Debbie!

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  22. Real food for the soul in your Sky photo Lorrie.
    For me the amazing triangle of sky represents the Blessed Trinity!
    Shane ♥

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  23. WOW, amazing reflections Lorrie.

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