Two for the price of one because I am indecisive. I like both of these images for this challenge.
Interestingly they are at opposite ends of the colour spectrum, though obviously the second image has been digitally doctored.
The sunset shot is yet another from a series of more than 100 I captured in July outside of Edmonton, Alberta. I was the front seat passenger in a car going 100 km per hour down the main highway toward Calgary and was practically hanging out the car window to get this.
I’m pretty sure the terminal building at Edmonton International Airport is depicted here. Look carefully and you can see the tail fins of a couple of aircraft. I had no idea they were there when I captured the image.
This second image is taken from inside the Hermit’s Cave at Dromoland Castle in Co. Clare, Ireland. The gentleman featured is the carriage driver who gave us a guided tour and imparted a rather colourful history of the castle and its beautiful grounds. I’m particularly happy with how this image turned out. It was a bit of an experiment.
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11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette … Two for the Price of One”
I really love the second picture that you took! 🙂 Thanks for sharing it!
Thank you for visiting and for commenting. Glad you like it. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
You’re very welcome! 🙂
I like both of these.
Thank you … I’m glad. 🙂 … D
I did two as well. I love the contrasting colours of your two photos. Kind of makes me think of “new world” vs “old world”.
Like your perspective … Thanks for visiting and leaving comment. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
I love both pictures. The first one is wow-photo, but the second has rare (not usual) color in my eyes.
So glad you love them. … Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
Truly other worldly shots, Dorothy! I can see horses in the clouds in your Alberta sky!
Wishing you a safe and happy adventure down under and a very very safe and happy return. Barb McTeddy.
Thanks, Barbara … 🙂