Looking South from Sunset Lane

Looking South from Sunset Lane

Hello everyone. For today’s assignment, “Landscape”, I headed out around our great town with my camera in hand. I thought about a shot of Stalker Lake. Umm, not today. I saw the bluffs behind the school, and actually settled on a spot just down the road. I expected to focus more on the cliffs, but the sunshine was bound and determined to take center stage.
I was glad there were a few clouds to add more interest to the gorgeous blue sky.
The dirt road does pull you into the scene, and I love the way the sun rays explode in the sky.
I’d say it’s another beautiful day here on the eastern plains of Colorado.
Have a great day, and be inspired.
Fellow Quilter,

Art Inspiration, Photography

Sunset Lane


3 thoughts on “Sunset Lane

  1. dizzydonna says:

    I would title your photo “Perspective Past” since (1) the dirt road forms two lines into the distance; (2) the road curves to momentarily call attention to a small house built upon a flat ground surface before the land rises to the over-powering cliffs; (3) a person’s eye then floats upward to the isolated plateau and into the sun’s spiritual mid-day rays; and, if I am correct about this location, (4) because my mental view (a different kind of perspective) sits me in late 1950s 4-H meetings in this very house. Thanks for the memory. Wonder what this photo would look like in black and white to signify the cold? Nice photo. Keep ‘em coming.

    • You very well may have had 4-H there. It is just west of the current high school about 3 blocks. Thanks for the great comments for my photos. Have a great weekend. It will be fun to see the photo assignment for Monday.

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