March 12, 2020

Gray expanse with red dot.

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25 comments:

rehajm said...

That one's cool.

tcrosse said...

This one would not be improved by more scenery at the horizon. Brava!

Laslo Spatula said...

That is a photograph that doesn't need any mountains.

I am Laslo.

Nonapod said...

It might seem counterintuitive at first glance, but 70 percent alcohol disinfects better than 91 percent.

Danny Lemieux said...

Just have to say that, as a retired Badger, your photos are breathtakingly beautiful. Thanks for help to stir up so many fond memories.

Temujin said...

You can see the Terminal Tower in Cleveland from Madison?

Meade said...

"That is a photograph that doesn't need any mountains."

Sometimes mountain are the view; other times they block the view.

Laslo Spatula said...

"Sometimes mountain are the view; other times they block the view."

That also applies to women.

I am Laslo.

traditionalguy said...

Lake Mendota has rigged for red.

Fandor said...

Beautiful, evocative photograph...filled with mystery.

Meade said...

Sometimes a man can't see the swish for the ponytails.

tcrosse said...

Try saying "Crushed Swiss wrist watches" a few times.

clint said...

Nonapod said...
"It might seem counterintuitive at first glance, but 70 percent alcohol disinfects better than 91 percent."

It turns out that's for bacteria. The argument for coronaviruses is less clear.

And remember that for hands at least, soap and water are still more effective than any concentration of alcohol in a hand sanitizer.

wild chicken said...

The dot changes from red to white.

Is this a video?

wild chicken said...

Now it's gone.

Phidippus said...

If the dot is red, it's Madison. If the dot is orange, it's DC.

Narr said...

Mottled grey skyscape;
Pale sun; lakeshore horizon.
Cloudwaves rest on rock.

Narr
Well, I enjoyed it

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L Day said...

Look at the red dot, then let your eyes follow the horizon in either direction. The red dot will disappear.

JMW Turner said...

In one photograph you have captured the classical elements: earth, air, water, fire (sun). Bravo!

Unknown said...

Thanks for the photo and for mentioning the dot. I had to look closely to find the dot.

Richard Dolan said...

It would make a great 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle.

Phidippus said...

It really is a nice photograph. The stones in the foreground help to make it work.

Susan in Seattle said...

I mistakenly left this comment on another thread - and in that one's context, doesn't make a lot of sense, so am re-posting here. Apologies.

Most excellent. It immediately called to mind the movie about JMW Turner wherein he added a splash of red paint to accentuate a work that seemed to be 'missing something' and it made all the difference. Lovely.

Mikec said...

That is really a great photograph. I hate to praise it too much because I don't want to encourage Ann to abandon this blog and go into photography.