Campus sky in color

Posted by LauraS (Chico, United States) on 18 December 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Yesterday's or today's? Hmmm?

Thank God for my iPhone! Happy Sunday to one and all!

Visual learner that I am, I enjoy taking photos, seeing others photos, and sharing them with all of you.
How I view the world may influence others to see more clearly that the world I live in is truly a beautiful and spectacular place. I hope I can share my sense of wonder with others. I see the world in beauty, awe, reverence and wonder.

Truly, I am an amateur who loves to look at my world, marvel at its beauty, diversity, and I capture a slice for myself to remember and share. Surely I get inspired by the work I see from other photographers and it moves me to try new things.

To see my Spotlight images:

Anina Botes from Auckland, New Zealand

both images are fantastic! Wonderful mood. Personally I prefer the color version.

18 Dec 2011 5:28am

@Anina Botes: Thanks for sharing, Anina (me, too!)

jay from MUMBAI, India

Lovely Cloud Formation....Nice Capture

18 Dec 2011 8:41am

@jay: Thank you very much.

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

Very nice too, but I prefer the B&W. I get more distracted with irrelevant detail while yesterday's I focused on the wonderful sky and silhouettes.

18 Dec 2011 9:31am

@Francisco Romero: I can understand that, Francisco. Thank you!

L'Angevine from Angers, France

j'adore cette architecture

18 Dec 2011 1:25pm

@L'Angevine: merci

Bill Brown from California, United States

Great cloud formations!

18 Dec 2011 4:31pm

@Bill Brown: Yes, lucky day.

Rick from Toronto, Canada

It is very pretty in both formats. I love a balance between color and mono shots, as you have done with these two posts.

18 Dec 2011 7:11pm

@Rick: Thank you so much, Rick.

paul from Netherlands

beautiful work!

18 Dec 2011 9:06pm

@paul: Oh, thank you so much.

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

neat sky

18 Dec 2011 9:44pm

@john4jack: Thanks.

Apple iPhone 4
1/789 second
ISO 80
4 mm


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