Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Sea breeze

27 comments:

ruma2008 said...

Splendor such as the picture.
A feeling of transparence.

Gunn White said...

Nice shot, and I do like the bright blue sky too!:-)
.... and I can feel the +27C
Enjoy the "summer"!

brattcat said...

So beautiful. I love these grasses and this composition is splendid.

B SQUARED said...

Looks lovely against the blue sky.

Sharon said...

I love pampas grass and these are beautiful blowing in the wind. Pampas grass is used as a decorative landscape addition quite often here. But, we don't have any "sea breezes", just desert winds.

joo said...

This is such a beautiful photo JM!

Lois said...

They look so soft and fluffy! The sky is magnificent in this shot JM.

White Oleander said...

What a great shot :) And the sky is so blue.

siva // ശിവ said...

Absolutely awesome....

Babzy said...

I like these plants , they look so soft !

Tricia said...

OH very nice very nice, especially w/ that blue blue sky as a backdrop

Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

What a contrast of colors, superb!

Mo said...

A stunning shot. The colours are superb

Vogon Poet said...

Neat composition, nice fluffy subject and amazing blue sky.

Prospero said...

Pampas Grass is just so gorgeous this time of year.

Cezar and Léia said...

Maravilhoso!Lindo contraste com o azul do ceú!
Léia

Julie said...

Such brilliant blue behind the white, Jose. Not only a colour contrast, but the texture of those seed heads can be felt on this side of the photograph, too.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Yes you can feel the breeze ... it still looks nice and warm.

AB said...

I love these furry plants

marley said...

Wonderful movement and contrast all in one great photo.

Tinsie said...

Fabulous shot! Great combination of solid blue sky and feathery white plants. This has got to be one of my fave photos.

Jarart said...

Beautiful shot. I like pampas grass.

Jacob said...

Aw, JM, you're so damn good. This is a incredible shot, worthy of National Geographic...I'd urge you to submit it to a photo contest...

Marie-Noyale said...

It still breathes "Summer" in your place!!!

Leif Hagen said...

Let me guess, next to the beach where it's still hot at the end of the afternoon! You build a sandman and I'll build a snowman and we can compare! Ha!

Per Stromsjo said...

Gee, my first thought upon seeing this was "frost". Not likely around your quarters, eh? ;)

Lovely.

gogouci said...

Thats a magnificent shot, the movement you've caught makes it for me