Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Sower or The Reaper?




Or perhaps it's a sowing reaper.


22 comments:

  1. these birds are prevalant in my area but my camera can't get a shot like that. I loved it--and your play on words.

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  2. I have to go with the second shot, despite the absolutely fabulous first shot. Amazing.

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  3. I think these are some of your very best. Really impressive.
    Sunny :)

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  4. Looking pretty 'grim' for the guy on the ground.

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  5. These are without a doubt stunning photos. :)

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  6. Hey, ya got one. The bird in flight is magnificent. I like how the bird is directly overhead the figure in #3. Sometimes, you just need to sit still and quiet in a vast space and be alone... it's good for the soul. That's my humble opinion.

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  7. The wing span is awesome. That is a wonderful photo of the bird up close.

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  8. Beautiful set of shots. Somehow poetic! Great work.

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  9. Dramatic and very neat..loved the closeup of the bird in flight!

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  10. That soaring bird is so outstanding...and, I agree the one on the ground could be in trouble! These are all beautiful! Your project is in full swing now, James!

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  11. The bird photo is excellent and so is the one of the reaper. I linked up here from Sunny's blog. Will visit often.

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  12. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Sunny :)

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  13. Stunning shots! The soaring bird is just gorgeous!

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  14. Wonderful! Great in black and white:)

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  15. That first one is amazing, and I love the one in sepia! LOVE LOVE LOVE your header as well! I really DO need to change mine, I keep forgetting!

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  16. how many stories can be created from those pictures?..the second one is particularly strong, strange, almost scary,very mysterious..Great!

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  17. A proudhearted human being and bird coexists.
    It is the work that a chest throbs.

    I always respect your works of the human heart.

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  18. Fantastic!
    BTW. I like this template James.
    I don't now how to adjust mine.

    Regards.

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  19. Fantastic triptych, James!

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  20. breathtaking and powerful shots James!

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