Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 29th November, 2014)
Sunset over Upholland
What's the story behind your amazing picture Rev? I could look at this and never get tired. Gem of a picture, thank you.
Simply amazing! It might easily be a Martian landscape!
That is fantastic Rev... I love sunsets and sunrises.. beautiful. Well done and thankyou.
well done Rev, brilliant picture.
What a fantastic photo. I haven't seen a sunset like that for a long while. Just brilliant.
What a good photo, excuse the pun,but someone's prayers were answered to get a sunset shot like this one.o
yet another work of art. Thank you so much.
Flaming Red Hot.
Well taken Rev.
Could almost warm my hands on it, very nice Rev.
Are you sure this was taken in this Country.
Our house is somewhere in that black bit.
A great pic, Rev!
You couldn't capture this on canvas and I should know!
Wow what a fantastic and beautiful sunset great photo .Thank you Rev
That is one beautiful shot..
Glorious sky.... well captured.
Goodness! What a wonderful picture. Thankyou Rev
You a painter Maureen?
WOW! The best yet ...thankyou Rev.
I,m with Aubrey
Typical statement from you again Mick, you very rarely make a positive comment about a good photo, i do believe that you possess a slightly jealous streak in your make up. Who in the slightest, is interested if your house is somewhere in the 'black bit'? if we could see it, then fair enough. Rev David, a brilliant capture thank you.
Wow! Oh to be reminded that God is good to give us such beauty
Thanks for the comments - there have been some spectacular sunsets over the past fortnight - and I was lucky to be at home to catch this one last Tuesday.
Mick - hang your St George's flag out of your window and I'll see if I can get a shot of it from up here for Jonno!
What medium do you paint in Maureen? ;-)
Giovanni..oil paint..always have done,I got some watercolours a few months ago,but somehow my heart isn't into them,what do you use,and do you do portraits or landscapes buildings etc..I'm mostly portraits or animals.
Jean; How many objcts can you see in this sky?
Great photo Rev.David. When and at what time was it taken?
Maureen - Acrylics and water colours.
Landscapes, seascapes and some abstracts! As you know its very theraputic..I do caracatures of family and friends!
The shot was taken at 16.08 on Tuesday 25th November, Ernest.
Nothing to add. Superb
Jonno once again having a dig at Mick. tu tu tu.
I use acrylics and water-colours. I generally paint landscapes, seascapes and the occasional abstract. I also do caracatures of family and friends!
I am Garry, with good reason. I just wish that he would make a positive or negative comment on the quality, beauty etc, of the photos he views. I also do appreciate that he spends a lot of time on P-a-D for OUR benefit, here there and everywhere and that is very good of him, it's just the way he comments on photos that other subscribers have possibly gone out of their way to take and include on the site.
Just a goreous fire Ernest!
This was the same day and time we had a reddish pink sky like this but by the time i had got my camera and gone outside it was all fading away but what I did see of it was amazing Is a sky like that "normal" for this time of year ?
Giovanni,my post seems to have gone walkies..I've never even tried acrylic,how would you rate it against oils..I wouldn't mind trying them.
Mick does make a Positive or Negative comment, that's what P-a-D is all about isn't it, Jonno.
Acrylics are more flexible than oils.
The drying time is the same as water-colours, you can over paint with them and they can be applied to water colour paper and oil board. Also it allows washes to be rendered and there isn't much wastage. Happy painting!