12.18.2018

Sometimes the sky is so beautiful you just pray you'll find something interesting to anchor it.

©2018 Kirk Tuck.

9 comments:

Patrick Dodds said...

Ooh, now that's very nice!

EdPledger said...

What I found refreshing, in taking similar landscape photos in Iceland, was the absence of power lines, telephone poles and roadside trash in most areas. In Texas one gets inured to the ugliness of most roadsides, so the absence of “the grid” was subtly startling.

Robert Roaldi said...

The ugliness of a lot of our North American roadsides is inflicting damage to our brains in ways that we don't fully comprehend. It is like the entire culture is telling us that none of this is worth caring about.

Lenya Ryzhik said...

That's very beautiful, thank you for posting it, Kirk.

Michael Matthews said...

Very nice, the ratio of land to sky. More, please.

Yoram Nevo said...

The soup and the clouds (I love clouds also . . .)
http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/the-soup-and-the-clouds-by-baudelaire-translated-by-lola-haskins/

Wolfgang Lonien said...

Yep. Good one. Shows you can do more than just good portraits. :-)

Mike said...

I love the placement of the church. Man, I want to go back.

Anonymous said...

Real nice style and design and good written content,
nothing at all else we need :D.