Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Alone at Last?

Well, sort of. I was kind of far away when I took this picture and I don't think they saw me.

23 comments:

  1. WOW! a great light .. really fascinating photos(and romantic as I like...)
    :-)

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  2. You never know who is watching. Sweet nice shot.

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  3. This is the absolute top of romantism for me: a beach, wind and waves, and a lover! Delicious!!Ü

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  4. Una maravillosa puesta, de un amor furtivo tal vez?

    Muy bien lograda.

    Un abrazo

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  5. Fantastic capture, James! The perfect setting! Hope your week is going well!

    Sylvia

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  6. This just speaks volumes of love :) Well done my friend :)

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  7. They didn't see you. They were gazing into each others eyes.

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  8. perfection in a single shot!

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  9. This is wonderful, it looks like a painting. Would be a great cover for a romance novel.
    Sunny :)

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  10. Suddenly, I feel like a peeping tom. ;)

    Beautiful and very romantic photo, James.

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  11. Beautiful light James, amazing tones. I love it. The composition is gorgeous !

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  12. How romantic. Such glorious rays.
    Excellent capture James.

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  13. What a sweet photo! Love is sharing...

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  14. Such a beautiful image...the sky is stunning...I doubt that they noticed that they were "not" alone! That's the beauty of just "thinking" you're alone! This really is a gorgeous shot!

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  15. James, «Louis» is delighted you'll be joining the Sunday Bridge meme.

    These three posts - this one and the ones above and below are quite nice.

    «Louis» understands people not publishing their e-mails, but he would like to have yours. Please send him a response. He will keep your e-mail address confidential.

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  16. The couple are nicely captured in the rays of the sun. Great shot!

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  17. Their Silhouette seems to be breathed in to sky.
    This is a human story.

    It is a totally holy scene.

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  18. i like this one, James. Beautiful pastels, well composed. Just be careful of your horizons being even slightly crooked. It happens to me all the time. Picasa has a wonderful straightening tool. :)

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