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Huron River, MI

Posted by
mirela (ann arbor, United States) on 9 November 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Kerstin Nelson from Santa Barbara, United States

Beautiful night shot. Very tranquil.

9 Nov 2009 8:02am

tede from Aubenas 07, France

Hello Mirela, a row of diamonds that sparkle on the river, beautiful photo and beautiful colors. Good day.

9 Nov 2009 8:33am

bekkah from Pennsylvania, United States

very beautiful, the reflection looks wonderful!!

9 Nov 2009 12:34pm

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

Oh, you make it look so lovely! :)

9 Nov 2009 2:25pm

@Amanda: :) it was cold as hell!

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Great B&W, how did you capture the sun like that with no lens flare?

9 Nov 2009 3:18pm

@Ralph Jones: I have no idea, Ralph....I just did it in a split second, while walking for the Breast Cancer Awareness last month. Thanks!

Magrat from Nordhausen, Germany

Love the water-n-sky pictures, with the reflection and the sun - just watch and dream away...

9 Nov 2009 3:34pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

a great and quiet moment of the day !!!
five stars !
kiss !

9 Nov 2009 8:38pm

@marc battault: thank you marc, you are so kind!

Bishop from Houston, United States

Great treatment - love the pinkish tint (being a man I can't be more specific about the color, obviously!) :)

9 Nov 2009 9:55pm

@Bishop: thank you! i am glad that you like the pinkish tone :)

k@ from Paris, France

You make cold looks warm, dear ! And this hue is rare, hence much appreciated over this superb natural mirror, Mirela (mirrror Mirela, sounds cool... and warm ;)

9 Nov 2009 10:15pm

@k@: Thanks, K! your comments always give me hope that I can do better tomorrow! Much appreciated!

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

O interpretare in tonalitate care da impact imaginii! Frumos realizata!
Multumesc pentru toate vizitele si comentariile!

10 Nov 2009 4:20am

Christophe Esnard from Angoulême, France

Very nice !

16 Nov 2009 11:37am