Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sculling, redux

An old favorite, revisited (and reprocessed)...

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17 comments:

Dina said...

How small is man beneath the everlasting hills.

LauraX said...

I really like the palette Robin...so soft and calming.

Steffi said...

Wonderful photo ,Robin!I can feel the silent of this landscape.I wish I could be there.Have a nice weekend!
How are you and your family,Robin?I hope everything is fine!

Carletta said...

Well worth revisiting!
Your processing gives it a very serene mood.

Spiderdama said...

So delicate and wonderful. Great colors and photo!!

Light and Voices said...

Awesome!
Joyce M

Tricia said...

Very beautiful! =)

Hope you have a wonderful weekend! =)

Linnea said...

Serenity at its best. I love all the layering too! Happy SWF...

 gmirage said...

very tranquil! love it!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love it, the water, the rowers, and the layers of hills behind them. I imagine the guys/gals on the water are working way too hard to notice the beauty around them.

Luna Miranda said...

a beautiful, serene scene. the colors are quite relaxing.

Lucy (aka rharper) said...

I never use the word 'awesome' but that photo is calling for it. Plus many other adjectives. Lovely.

SouthLakesMom said...

When I was in high school, I was the coxswain for our JV Four. It was the most affirming and team building experience I had in high school. Sadly, my dad retired and we had to move to a place in the desert where there were no rivers, much less any interest in crew. Just about broke my heart.

There was nothing like those early morning practices to get the juices flowing for the rest of the school day. And even better was when we outpulled the much richer private schools and beat them in David vs. Goliath matches. I still smile...

twobarkingdogs said...

fabulous photo .. very relaxing.

Short Poems said...

Beautiful photo, Robin!

anymommy said...

That is a really cool photograph.*

*That's the technical term, of course.

Buck said...

Gorgeous!