Saturday, March 6, 2010

sun poured in

and the room blushed like a praised teenager

24 comments:

Giorgio said...

Hi BC... how's your knee going?

I haven't been blogging much for more than a month now since I decided to move all the pictures to Picasa and then to Panoramio so that most of them should become visible in Google Earth... sooner or later.

This is a long and painstaking job. I had more than 500 pictures to move and now I'm down to 100. Another week, or so...

For most of them, the time consuming part is to find exactly where I shot them so that I can georeferentiate them for Google Earth. For some, this was impossible :-(

Anyway... I really like your last few posts, especially the one with the midget (funny and sad at the same time) and this one (great lighting).

Bye for now, Giorgio.

Yvi said...

Hi!

Lovely and warm photo!

Have a nice weekend!

Greetings
Yvi

Gunn said...

Wow, this is just a SUPERB photograph!
You have created ART!

Jacob said...

I'm trying to figure out just how this works...those windows are reflections, right?

It's a beautiful shot, for sure, and your commentary is poetry as usual.

Cezar and Léia said...

Sunlight always lift our moods, doesn't it?
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

I agree... artistic shot here. Warmth!
More days like this and even VT will lose that white covering.

Small City Scenes said...

'sun poured in' not the snow poured down. Excellent! MB

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

If the sun hit the floor or some furniture, I am sure that it would land on the spot of a napping cat.

Sharon Creech said...

I love that sconce and the outside light streaming in.

JM said...

Just beautiful!

Sharon said...

Lovely photo and beautiful words.

Magpie said...

Oh, I keep trying to get a shot like this that I like. You did a great job! I love the sun coming through my mom's lace curtains in the late afternoon.

Malyss said...

Some words, a beautyful light, and poetry is there..I'm so glad you know how to catch it for us!

VP said...

I like your words so much that sometimes, at first, I forget your picture...

Virginia said...

WEll that pretty much took my breath away Missy! That shot with the color and shadows is soooo up my alley. Bravo!
V

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Beautiful photo and that light - just marvelous.
Hope you're feeling better now.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

Julie said...

Inspired marriage of image and text here, BC. The mistress spins her art.

Elenka said...

AND the sun actually felt warm today.
Inviting photo.
Hope your are feeling much better!

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Bob Crowe said...

Well, everybody likes praise. I'm wondering what this would look like with the lamp in the wall sconce turned on (with a red bulb inside?).

Amin said...

Very beautiful words and beautiful photo.

cieldequimper said...

And looked like a Charles Rennie Mackintosh creation.

slim said...

You light us up with this capture, Brattcat. This is exquisite in all ways . . . the sconce and the multi-paned bordered windows casting their light pattern on a blush colored wall.

Amin said...

Interesting photo.