Photography Gelicide October 31, 2015 / 17 Comments October 2015 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
Amy Smith Findore
I had to look up the word, lol. Very clever. It has roots as far back as the 1600s
Thomas W.P. Slatin
It’s titles like these which require searching through old printed dictionaries to resurrect old, forgotten words. 🙂
Amy Smith Findore
Yes. I enjoy the hunt just as much as the discovery!
This is a beautiful photo. The color combination in this photo just give it the needed life. its a lovable sight.
Their is only one word I can use to describe your photo…Alluring..keep the good work up
I’ve jut learnt a new concept today. It’s something I enjoy doing every time I come back to your blog. There is always something new to learn.
It looks tantalizing to me. The colors are great and the photo stood out for me.
Very cool temperature despite the sun, yeah? Great photo my friend!
Quite a unique discription for your photo. This type you don’t see everywhere. That’s why I love to see your photos.
The way you have captured the sunset brings out this photo very well. It creates a certain kind of mystery that goes along with the tittle itself.
I like the striking of the sun towards the plants. Well captured in here Thomas as I love sunsets.
It’s sunset and the lays loud speak. Perfect shoot anyway. I like your images.
The sun looks beautiful striking through the plantation. The atmosphere there is awesome too.
This is the perfect weather. I wonder which part of America this is.
Those are some really healthy plants. That’s all thankls to the beautiful sunlight they get.
You captured the perfect sunrise. Pics like these make me appreciate nature more.
This photo brings me a lot of peace and calmness. I can look at it for the whole day!