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May 23, 2011

Storm. Fossil Bed Road, Barstow










21 comments:

  1. Geez, those are some dark clouds?! Hopefully you were far enough away from that storm...or did you get caught up in it?

    BG

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  2. Amazing!
    Greetings from Italy!

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  3. Truly amazing shots...I actually got shivers when looking at these!!! And, ooh...I wish I was there amidst all that!!

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  4. Excellente
    Work
    Tank you for sharing

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  5. one needs a great purity of the soul to be able to see things this way.

    they almost made me cry...

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  6. Love that last shot, birds on the wing fleeing from the storm..very dark, brooding shots, fantastic!

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  7. Very dramatic. The skies are like layered swathes of watercolour paint, beginning to bleed into the finely detailed landscape below. These days a lot of people can up come with good photos but yours really are works of art.

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  8. It's difficult to translate, but I came to see your pictures and I stayed there a long time .. and something strong happened between me and the images ... a powerful and appeasing force filled my mind ... a true communion with the beauty that you offer us in these photos..Thanks a lot..a great moment of emotions..
    My compliments dearest Arstit..i♥ your work..:o))
    Kisses..

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  9. Oooohhh... Aaaahhh... I can smell the dust lifting in the desert as the rain reaches the parched earth.

    Very nice. Nothing like a virtual rainstorm when one is in a country dogged by drought.

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  10. Amazing! That first photo does remind me of geographical strata (fossil bed row) in watercolor. Those two stark birds getting away in the third photo! Your timing was perfect to catch these storms! I hope you didn't get drenched! xo

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  11. Skies are my favorites I think. When I painted I enjoyed doing skies with very little under them. I wasn't very good but I sure enjoyed it.

    These photos are wonderful. I like the strength in the wings of birds so close to the storm.

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  12. Bellissimo set di immagini!!!
    Sei molto brava!
    Ciao

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  13. Amazing pictures.
    Greetings from Norway,
    Berit.

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  14. I'm speechless. When I think it's impossible to do it any better, you do it and keep on surprising me! Outstanding shots, the one at the bottom is unbelievable. Congratulations!

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  15. You caught magic here. You caught majesty. The first one is award-winning...it won my heart and would surely claim ribbons if exhibited.

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  16. These are great! Wonderful balance in the last shot.

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  17. Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous.

    Am late, late, late getting here, but was away for two weeks in Germany, no connection, just work, work, and more work. Missed you all...

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