WWII Army & Navy Hospital
Thank you Kellie. I’m glad that you like this one.
It’s a balanced image with beautiful tones and light, Dink. Highly sophisticated editing.
George, You’re just too kind. I really do try, and this kind of feedback is always fun to read!
Always glad to hear your thoughts.
A very calm looking water, the boulders on the shoreline actually do bring out the calmness .
Hi Ian. Funny how, when used properly, the rigid boulders can add to the softness of the picture.
Always glad to see you around here.
You’re very kind.
Stunning, Nate. I love this.
If I gave you full credit with a link to your site, do you think I could use this for a post sometime? Not sure what yet, but I love collecting gorgeous photos for when the time is right…
Jessica, you can feel free to use this image.
That would be cool, actually. 🙂
Couldnt comment on your Texas sunset, says page cant be found, anyway its a great sunset and another work of art from the master of the lens.
i like this view..the sparkling lights in the far shore give it so much dimension. good shot. Oh, did you get my two emails?
John, Glad to hear from you on this one. I did get your emails, and thanks. I appreciate the time you’ve invested.
I too like the lights on the far shore … and wonder what the temperature was. I can see myself sitting on those rocks in peace. Very nice!
Oh wow, is this ever sublime!
Thank you, Ma’am.
Beautifully awesome. The boulders, the far off lights, the calm waters. My favorite part is the dawn, but with stars overhead.
Thank you, Eli. You’re very kind.
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