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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

One Quiet Moment


The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man. ~Author Unknown

10 comments:

Jack said...

What a stunning sky!

Al said...

A beautiful and quiet photo and a very true quote, Sylvia. I could use some peace and quiet this week, it's been crazy. Enjoy the rest of your week!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

After a night spent with my sweet little great niece and nephew, this wonderful sky is a delight to behold Sylvia, merci beaucoup.

Indrani said...

That is a gorgeous sky shot!

Gert Jan Hermus said...

You did a great job again Sylvia. It is always a pleasure to visit your blog. ;-)

Greetings from the Netherlands!
Gert Jan
www.gertjanhermus.nl

Gert Jan Hermus said...

You did a great job again Sylvia. It is always a pleasure to visit your blog. ;-)

Greetings from the Netherlands!
Gert Jan
www.gertjanhermus.nl

Hilde said...

Wow, gorgeous picture! What an amazing evening sky!
Found you on ‘ourworldtuesdaymeme’ (my contribution: http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/08/music-is-my-first-love.html)
Enjoy life!
Greetings from Belgium, Hilde

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Beautiful pic and quote for the day Sylvia. Enjoy your Thursday.

Klara said...

what? I thought you were joking, some photoshopping to make us laugh ( you would have made me smile even with PS). amazing! what a capture.

Klara said...

my previous comment was for the smiley in the sky (my mistake to place it here). as far as this photos is concerned - beautiful balance of colour and silhouette.

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