I’m stunned by this solitary image of bird in flight on a canvas of blue, wondering if I appreciated its beauty at the time. I think if I had, I would have remembered….
For more Project Blue fun, I’d love for you to see my other photos; Anna Carson Photography is lovely host to this blog photo carnival–I’m sure she’d love for you to join this party in blue!
Oooh I like it! Thoughts are a whirling!
Beautiful! I love birds in flight. There were a bunch of crows doing everything in their power to let me photograph them this evening and I didn’t get a single shot. This is wonderful.
OMG! What a great shot. The right time, the right place and a talented photographer.
I always love blue with white! Great addition!
Oh my that’s beautiful. ANd I’ve always wanted to see SC–particularly Charleston but I”m not really particular. Any place there would do.
Dear Robin. Great photo! Sometimes, we all need to go back through our digi photo files and have a real good look at what we take. I know I get more carried away in doing fancy settings than REALLY seeing what’s going on through the viewfinder sometimes.
I’ve been reading others say that using the sky for blue is too easy. I disagree. What is wrong with capturing what God paints so vividly for us? The composition of the bird with so much space beyond her is captivating. Do you know what kind of bird it is? I want to say it’s an osprey but I could be dead wrong.
Birds in flight against the blue, blue sky. Doesn’t get any bluer than that! Gorgeous!
Karisma, ah…NOW your comment makes sense!
Raven, call me weird, but even crows can be “pretty” sometimes :).
Nekked Lizards, why THANK YOU so much!!
Oh, Michelle…you really do NEED to visit Charleson–it’s THAT wonderful!
Little Miss Moi, I’m not savvy enough YET to understand all the settings…guess that sometimes works in my favor :).
Robert, since I haven’t visited very many PB posts, I haven’t “heard” that comment yet. I think this fella was a gull, but I’m not certain, lol. I’m bird-identification impaired, I’m afraid (and THANKS for your kind words!).
Kim, and it’s SOOC–I didn’t doctor it a bit! Didn’t need to, did I??? 🙂
Oooooh That’s so blue and rich!
My first thought was that is is a Laughing Gull
There are so many Gulls — but not that many with a black head / marking.
beautiful picture. beautiful sky.