Thursday, November 16, 2006

Sky Lines

One evening last week, I was hiking in Lenape Park in Perkasie, Bucks County, Pennsylvania when I took noticed of three parallel lines in the sky. This photo is a result of that inspiration.



I have also recently started another photoblog that shows some creations of mine in a larger format on Shutterchance.com. My photoblog there is named Call of the Wild. This photo is one I have posted there. You are invited to check it out.

15 comments:

San Nakji said...

Are these jet trails or natural, do you know?

I love interesting cloud formations.

Tai said...

I just love your pictures.

You have an amazing ability.

Cergie said...

You did lots of photo, and between all of them, you found this one which is especially beautiful ! (That's true, isn't it ? It is what ever happens for me)
You are a great photographer, tim, and particularly a poet: you are able to read the writing of the sky

Corinne said...

I like the way they converge in the vivid blue sky.

M(urf)! said...

If those are jet trails, they were flying pretty low. I like that shade of blue of the sky.

sage said...

i like that--nice use of the lines.

Anonymous said...

I think they must be jet trails. Aren't they?

Merili said...

I miss hiking and having time to take pictures like these :)))

Anonymous said...

aww this is l-o-v-e-l-y! umm...can i add you in my fave reads? :">;;)

Tim Rice said...

Hi, san nakji. I believe these are jet trails though I had not seen any jets. Cloud formations can be really fascinating. :)

Thanks, tai. It pleases me that I can use my interest in a way that other people appreciate. I believe that each of us have at least one or more gifts to share with others.

Thanks, cergie. You are so right. I almost always do lots of photos and then choose a special one or ones to present. I am honored by your comments.

Hi, corinne. It is neat, isn't it?

Thanks, murf. I love that vivid blue, too. :)

Thanks, sage. When I saw the lines in the sky, I thought it just might make a dramatic photo. It was delightful to see.

Hi, choochoo. I think they are jet trails although I don't really know since I never saw the jets.

Hi, merili. Maybe when you graduate, you'll have time. But I must forewarn that work can sometimes find a way of taking too much of our time. If there's something that's really important to you, one just has to budget that time in or it won't happen. I am honored by your comment.

Hi, i*ichei*i©. You may most certainly put me in your fave reads. I would count that a honor.

Reflex said...

Amazing sky! Really impressive contrast with the branches!

An excellent shot!

Anonymous said...

Isn't Nature marvelous????? That reminds me of the picture I took when my friends and I went to Holland Michigan.....except the sky was colored with red..... I'm going to go and check out your other blog now......Thanks for sharing.....

Anonymous said...

love the blues and the whites there :)

Sarad said...

I need to get a good camera :-)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, reflex. I loved the contrast, too.

Hi, judypatooote. Nature is indeed marvelous!

Thanks, moi. They were impressive to me, too.

Hi, sarad. A good camera helps; but I have also done some really good photos with cheap cameras.