The catastrophe buried in the stair carpet stayed there and never corrupted anybody and one day he grew up, and the horizon stammered politely. The sky was like muslin and still in the old house no one ever answered the bell.
I have to give you every bit of credit in the world...this is truly stunning. Nature is the most stunning aspect of photography, not necessarily the photographer or the photo itself...but every once in a while, as you clearly display: the ability to capture nature's raw beauty...that is beyond stunning!
I am writing a novel and this picture would be the ultimate cover piece. I would love to speak with you about the possibility of utilizing your shot as the visual representation for my written work. There is PLENTY of time to talk about it, so please consider it at your convenience and we'll speak in the near future if you so desire!
Wow, you're right, the cloud looks exactly like a pterodactyl! Thanks for pointing that out!
I think what makes this portrait so stunning is the gradient of colour from deep blue streaked with pink clouds, to yellow, to dazzling orange, to the playful interchange of gold and blue in the water, mingling to an eerie green.
I also like how you're not standing still, but walking into the colour. Well done!
Who took the picture, or was the camera on a timer?