Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Sunset No. 3, the second coming of . . .

. . . sorry for the spiritual tease in the title to this photo. No, this is not a supernatural diety rising from the sea. This is a picture of my son, Stuart, standing in front of the sunset on the rocks at San Francisco point, which separates Tamarindo and Langosta beaches.

This photo has not been edited, color adjusted, or "photo-shopped" in any way. The image that you see is exactly how the image appeared when it was downloaded from the camera. Perhaps this suggests that Tamarindo sunsets are supernatural.

9 comments:

Lydia said...

Spectacular! I saw your comment at Paris Daily Photo and was anxious to see this photo.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Well, thank you for visiting my blog and for the comments there about the bugs. LOL

I don't mind bugs if I know what kind of bug they are. I squeeze a lot of Japanese beetles that mate and eat and mate and eat and mate some more.

They ruin almost everything including lawns while in the grub stage. It is just easier to kill them by hand than to contaminate the whole area with chemicals.

Your photograph of your sun is special. It has a spirituality about it that is refreshing to see.

Sometimes I don't, sometimes I do said...

David, thanks for visiting my blog and letting me know that you did :)

Your pictures are brilliant - I do come by once a while - and I can imagine how beautiful Tamarindo must be!

Glad that you liked what you saw of India - and you know who to call when you come to Chennai!

Hilda said...

Glorious!

Dancing Queen said...

Hi Dave, I got your message. That is truly a great photo. I can see why everyone thought it was so special. Great job.

Eric said...

Well, I must say, this sunset is much nicer than the one I took in Paris! Really nice.

Nathalie said...

Oh, are we in for a born-again experience??? That photo would make a great book cover!

Blognote said...

Yes, a really beautiful photo!!
As Nathalie questioned, are we in for a second chance?

You live your today's life in fantastic surroundings David after all those past experiences in different countries, just like I did. So wonderful!

Halcyon said...

I really like this photo. The effect of your son highlighted by the backlit sun is really fantastic.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...