Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way
One evening, on a drive from Edmonton to Calgary, my brother and I encountered the tail end of a wicked storm and the most spectacular sunset. While he drove the car at highway speed I poised my Nikon D70 through the rolled down passenger-side window and let the shutter fly. Needless to say many of my captures are spectacularly out of focus. Still, I did manage a few that caught the intensity of that broad Alberta sky after a storm at sundown.
This image features elements of Edmonton International Airport in the foreground.
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©Dorothy Chiotti … Aimwell CreativeWorks 2015
16 thoughts on “Sundown”
Wow! Incredible colors! I always feel so lucky to get a perfect shot out of several blurred, off, photos! Nicely done!
Thank you … I had fun that evening and am happy to have had a few of them look half decent … 🙂
If the viewer says “Ooh” the photo is right even if it’s blurred or out of focus.
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We get skies with intense colours after thunderstorms or dust storms too. I like the airport towers and poles too, it makes an unusual shot.
Thanks. Makes me think of the extraterrestrial … 😉
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very cool! 😎
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That is fabulous and so hard to capture! Well done.
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Just amazing:) Love it!
So glad you do … 😊
Better the end than the heart of the storm Dorothy!! Lovely capture
Thank you … And I agree with that end of the storm thing. 😉