Thursday, January 20, 2011

Tie Dye Twilight and the Wide Open Abstract Realm of Possibility


A surreal white sun reflects into the waters of the Dreamkeeper Pond at evening twilight. The sky comes alive, glowing fantastically with the sheen of precious copper and gold metals enhanced by shades of electric turquoise blue stone.

There's so much possibility in landscapes like this!

19 comments:

Bren said...

First off let me say it's good to see you again in blogger world, you've been missed.
Second, what a stunning picture, the colours are just, well, amazing, you could just fall into them.
So I know you've been very busy as this beautiful picture proves, hope life has been treating you well.

Montanagirl said...

Nice to see you on blogger Again. The colors are breathtaking! I've missed your posts.

Mary said...

your back!! you have been missed. hope all is well.

this is the most amazing photo, just gorgeous!

grace and peace

Janie said...

Wow, you could create an entire fantasy world around this one photo. It's gorgeous.
Glad to see you back!

Gary Keimig said...

You did a great artistic portrayal of this one. great job. I really like what you did with the Wilderness challenge Paintbrush. Very impressive. And. Thanks for checking in on me on my art blog

Naquillity said...

absolutely stunning photograph. i love all those wonderful colors. landscapes do lend themselves to many possibilities, don't they? hope all is well. have a great day.

thanks for your comment on my blog. its greatly appreciated.

CountryDreaming said...

Welcome, new friend Naquility! It's really nice to meet you, I look forward to getting to know you better. :-)

To all my old friends, the regulars who mean so much to me:

I'm so grateful to everyone for your kind words of encouragement, support, and well wishes ... Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I deeply apologize for not having been around my blog or keeping up with visiting yours. I caught that illness that's been going around so badly that I haven't felt right in months and am just now hoping that I've recovered. Hopefully I'll be back around more. Especially now that it's the beautiful season of winter. :-)

Mary said...

Thanks for stopping by today...yes, the only way i can learn to be content in all things is because of Jesus, and knowing everything is filtered through God's hands.

It all comes back to the cross and what that made available to us doesn't it.

grace and peace

Tracy said...

I love the contrast in colors...and the photo below, is that off Lake Erie?
I grew up in Tiffin, Ohio :)
Thank you for stopping by my blog and the warm thoughts posted! Stop by anytime and I will do the same! I look forward to our next visit~

Annie said...

This is beautiful. Welcome back. It is so good to see you again.

Thanks for the comment about my bravery and that picture. Actually, I didn't feel so brave, just honest. I think a lot of us have a table just like that.

I recently lost some of my email history. Will you write to me privately with your signature too. I'm always calling you one name or the other. You know which ones.

And, also, how is the lady in Texas? I never heard anything from her. I wasn't expecting it but I am curious if she is improving.

Mary said...

I'm always fascinated with what you do with these photos. This is aptly titled...lovely.

CountryDreaming said...

Welcome aboard, Tracy! Nice to see you as a first-time visitor, hope to get to know you better. :-)

Good greetings to all the familiar faces as well ... Thank you as always for dropping by, it's so good to hear from you, a real day brightener! :-)

Melissa said...

This photo is going to have me dreaming. I love it! The colors are absolutely stunning and my favorites actually.
Thanks for stopping in at my blog!

Lancerika said...

Awesome colours!
what a dreamy
Landscape!
Best wishes:)
Lancerika

Corine said...

Beautiful! Looks like you have an aswsome assortment of talent! Very cool!

Poetic Artist said...

I have missed you and your wonderful photos..This is stunning.
I hope all is well in your world.
Katelen

lisaschaos said...

Gorgeous! Such loveliness!

Watercolorist said...

This picture has a lot of life and an interesting abstract quality. At first I thought it was a painting. Wow!
Jean

Evangeline said...

This is absolutely stunning!

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. I look forward to checking out more of your incredible photos on my return visits. :)