A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
It works great for me, that's for sure! What a terrific capture! Your son is a wonderful photographer with a great eye! Hope you both have a terrific weekend, Tash!Sylvia
Really an amazing shot.. captures the stillness in shades of steely gray. Love it.
Wow Tash,This picture is absolutely wonderful!I love the reflections so intense light and gorgeous sky!Have a nice weekend,HugsLéia
Yes, your son has definitely caught the mood of the moment and the spirit of the place with this.
I love photos that break all the "rules"-- mostly because I don't know half the rules anyway! I like this photo, especially with the sunrays. With all the shades of grey, it looks like somewhere around here. On another note, I'm glad to hear the photo "news" site or whatever it was has bit the dust. I have no idea what they were trying to accomplish, but I guess it's a good thing I can't get inside the mind of dishonest people.Happy Skywatch Friday!
YES! It works quite nicely!
I think it's just about perfect!
It's perfect, just the way it is :D
I LOVE the shades of grey and beige here.
A fabulous photo Tash!!! Is this the son we'll meet soon???
Abandoning the rules can work sometimes - like here.
Amazing to have that intense light and still retain the rays and the softness of the clouds. Just a wonderful image, rules or not.
To heck with the rules. Very inspirational shot.
Who needs rules when you have perfection?
Funny description on your part. I might have to enlarge this photo to discover your son....oh I get it, he's behind the camera giving his mom a bit of competition.btw: Mr V got a last minute call this morning to join our favorite local librarian at the Music Center to see the Wagner Rings opera. The curtain rises in 20 minutes
Now here is some competition!!!
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