Fantastic! Reminds me of an abstract painting:http://carolnelsonfineart.blogspot.com/2010/11/red-passage-textured-abstract-geologic.html
More examples of nature's beauty.
You always manage to make something mundane look great. Wonderful shot.
It is a great shot....
So much to look at in that picture!
Fantastic shot, terrific composition and I can almost hear the water! You do indeed have an incredible talent for making something ordinary look terrific and fascinating, JM! Hope you have a lovely evening and a great tomorrow!Sylvia
Truly lovely! So many various in both color and texture...it's the kind of photo you could look at for a long time because it's so fascinating.Re your comment on Ocala DP: You are, indeed, a font of wisdom. Thanks for the info.
Love this - it makes a good abstract.
great job on making the ordinary appear extraordinary. have a gorgeous week.
Les teintes sont exceptionnellement belles ... et la photo en devient magnifique.
Wonderful shades of soft colors with some intriguing reflections. I like the name of the place: in Italian Santo Amaro means Saint Bitter!
@VP: The portuguese word for bitter is 'amargo', very similar to yours actually! :-)
Beautiful textures and colors. I should visit Oeiras Daily more often. You do a wonderful job of capturing the town and area.
Great shot, you've got to have an eye for photography to frame and capture something like this.
JM, the dark rich colors with the reflections of the water are superb. This has "hang on the wall" quality!Genie
Lovely image. I especially like that lapis lazuli blue at the top.
Not only fabulous textures but colors and shapes too. By the way, I kind of figured you'd have a blanket like the one in my photo :)
Water always makes colors so much more interesting. Nice shot.
nice image !
Wonderful. Like a work of art.
This is a beauty.
Fantastica idéia, eu até sinto o gelado, frescor da água!Léia :)
Beautiful texture, great composition.
WOW!!!:-)A shot really exceptional, pure light and color, almost abstract!
So very interesting. I need to run my hand over it to feel the textures. Very clever---good eye. MB
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