Wednesday, June 18, 2008

WEDDING RECEPTON VIEW


This was the lovely view all the guests had while they ate the bountiful buffet at the wedding reception.
Even though the temperature was hot the scenery kept us cool.
Enlarging this photo will give you a lot more detail.
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21 comments:

Horsoon said...

It's beautifully framed. Nice shot!!

Olivier said...

belle photo, très poétique. ce cadre de fleur pour cet arbre et son reflet, très bonne idée et superbe

beautiful picture, very poetic. this flower to the tree and its reflection, very good idea and superb

Jules said...

Great shot Sue - you have framed it beautifully!!!

My 21st birthday (many many years ago) was held in 115 degree heat - nearly killed us!!!!

evlahos said...

great scenery, excellent capture

~tanty~ said...

Oh wow, this is a very beautiful image! Love it 3x

DeLi said...

so dreamy.
likemy dreams of sunshiney, beuatiful day.
wish i am there

Dan said...

Nice frame, just great work on this shot. What a lovely place.

Kerri said...

Wow...what a beautiful setting!
You framed this shot PERFECTLY!
Well done!

CG said...

Isn't that a perfect view?

Anna said...

Lovely Sue. What a view!

Steve Buser said...

The blue and purple against the green. It's almost a lesson in how to spin the color wheel.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This is beautiful!

Wanda said...

What a breathtaking picture. It has everything good aspect of a great photo.

babooshka said...

Tis is lovely photo. The reflection is wonderful

worldwide1 said...

when I enlarge this photo,the colors and depth really pop out..

wonderful image.

Moi said...

looks like a picture perfect wedding view :) and needless to add, you framed it beautifully.

MedaM said...

Wow, this photo is stunning and wonderful framed!

kml said...

What a beautiful view!

ruth said...

Those cool colors belie the heat. Nice.

tsduff said...

Stunning colors - love this beautiful picture!

annulla said...

Oh, what an exquisite shot! Like a scene from a fairy tale. Just lovely, lovely work.

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