Friday, February 5, 2010

skywatch friday: dusk

illuminates an upstair window in kyla's house

26 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

This house is so beautiful.Love the tree silhouettes, almost sepia colour!Adorable composition for this skywhatch special meme!
Léia

Saretta said...

Wow, such beautiful light!

Leif Hagen said...

Great skywatch snap, Brattcat! Happy Weekend!

Jacob said...

My dear Brattcat,

You are continuing to put forth incredibly beautiful photographs. Which means that I must make a decision - I think I'm going to have to report you to the nearest museum and suggest they relieve you of these photos so they can hang them on their walls!

You knew you couldn't get by with this delicious photography forever without sharing it with the wider world, didn't you?

Time's up!

Okay, now for a comment:

I like everything in this shot. And I'm thinking there is no inside light showing in that window at kyla's house; that's the setting sun, right?

So very nice!

Meanwhile, have a nice weekend but beware of museum curators carrying briefcases!

Sharon said...

This is a great shot. I love the way that window is glowing.

Serge Cornillet said...

Good light and good composition!
Nice!
Serge

Hilda said...

Peaceful, beautiful scene.

brattcat said...

Thank you, everyone.
Jacob, there were no lights on in Kyla's house. That was the light from the setting sun illuminating that room. And I'm not worried about the museum curators coming here, they'll be too busy down in Ocala chasing after you.

Birdman said...

You've captured the bleakness of a late winter sky. Nice.

Sharon Creech said...

I agree with Jacob about sharing your photos w/the wider world.
In this photo, I think it's brilliant that the light illuminates the room from without instead of within, and that you've caught that! Incredible!

Jilly said...

I loved Jacob's comment! Quite right.

This is so sensitive and beautiful. The light that hits those windows - all entrancing.

You have such an eye - you notice everything. I see that too when you comment on my photos, which you do so lucidly. You really notice things and happily pass it on to us via photos like this.

In Real Life said...

Stunning!

Malyss said...

Like if a ghost had lighted up a special light....

JM said...

Fantastic colours and atmosphere!

Lois said...

What a beautiful shot! I love the light.

Anya said...

Fantastic shot !!!!
Love the special colors :-)

cieldequimper said...

What an eye you have!

VP said...

The color of almost no color and a great light!

Amin said...

Very interesting shot.

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent shot. Very spooky. A perfect chiller movie-ish pic. Were you on a scary movie location? ha! MB

Bob Crowe said...

I can't decide if the atmosphere of this picture is charming or scary. Is it a scene from a romantic drama of a horror movie? But maybe the two don't rule each other out.

Gunn said...

Beautiful, and well captured.

Amin said...

Interesting shot.

magiceye said...

outstanding capture!!!!!!

slim said...

That upstairs window is a fascinating puzzle for me in this gorgeous sepia image. I am mesmerized by the multiple panes that the light and glass present in the upstairs window. Well done!

Amin said...

Interesting shot.