Nature The Two Sides of a Sunset By Emily Carter on January 11, 2016 • ( 20 Comments ) The world surrounds us. Beauty is found not only in front of us, but also behind. Turn in circles and you’ll be amazed at what you see. Share this:TweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Nature Tagged as: art, chincoteague, National Wildlife Refuge, nature, Photography, poetry, sunrise, sunset, Virginia
Two beautiful photos. At times it feels like we are turning and turning but at other times, we can only see what is in front of us. Great contrasts and spectacular colours, all in one sunset. xo
Such a wonderful way of saying it Sabiscuit. Indeed, we do run in circles don’t we? Thank you so much for your kind comment.
Simply gorgeous! 🙂
Thank you so much Joanne. The sunset made the bitter cold all worth it.
Both are stunning visuals Emily!
I’m so pleased that these reached to you Mary. Thank you!
So very so. Beautiful photos.
Thank you so much Miriam.
Nature is just beautiful 🙂
It never ceases to amaze me. The more I’m out, the more I want to be out. Thank you Neptune.
Wonderful images. Thanks for sharing.
Truly my pleasure Corinne. Thank you!
I know…right? Tonight was a dud. Thanks Laura. 🙂
I was speechless!
I love the second photo – without the logo. I had a photo review at on1 recently and the suggestion by Matt K was to remove unsightly watermarks. I think he is right so I will stop using my watermark. Matt K says: http://www.mattk.com/saving-your-photos-from-ugly-watermarks/
Hello Sherry, Perhaps you may not have seen my response from earlier. Both WordPress and Facebook offer NO image protection. I have in previous times used smaller non-obtrusive watermarks with the images quickly stolen and the watermark removed.
This is my trademark and I only add it to the images posted here and on Facebook. Full size resolution with no watermarks are uploaded to my Flickr page and my smugmug portfolio if they make the cut.
There are arguments to both sides, and experts with a wide range of opinions.
I understand. Just passing on what I think. Love your work.
Stunning captures, Emily. 🙂
Thank you so much Sylvia. This beach had so much potential for photography. Now to see it with an artist’s eye.