Friday, January 25, 2013

Long And Short

A morning is ten kilometers long in jungle trekking, and less than an hour in photography with beautiful lighting. I take time so to enjoy trekking into new trails, but am always in a hurry to search and shoot under thick canopies.


This moment is short, however the experience lasts long. 

"Aha" is short, the echo that propagated from Cerok Tokun, across the oceans, to another ends is long.

 
"For echo is the soul of the voice exciting itself in hollow places."

33 comments:

Giga said...

Wystarczył krótki czas na zdjęcia, bo i tak są śliczne. Pozdrawiam.
It took a short time for pictures, and so are beautiful. Yours.

eileeninmd said...

AHA is right on! The lighting is perfect. And I enjoy seeing the beautiful photography from your trek. Wishing you a happy weekend!

Magia da Inês said...

Fotos lindas, iluminação maravilhosa.
Boa sexta-feira!
Ótimo fim de semana!
Beijinhos do Brasil.
♡♡♡♡

Laura. M said...

Your walk has worked, has achieved two good catches.
Have a good weekend.
a Hug.

de engineur said...

You got that one right, the backlighting is perfect

TexWisGirl said...

love the light and shadow in these. thank you for sharing your moments.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Your walk produced some stellar images. Wonderful use of light!

George said...

I'm glad you have these 'aha' moments and get such wonderful photos to share with us.

Secondary Roads said...

Your eye is well attuned to the beauty and magic that surround you. It spreads joy when you share these sights.

Brita said...

Fantastic light!

missing moments said...

The lighting is perfect!

betchai said...

i know many others have said it already, but have to say it again, for the lighting is really so perfect in your images, Rainfield.

Angie said...

I like your "aha" interpretation, :)

Amazing photography..

Icy BC said...

Wow..love, love the lighting that you caught in these photos!

Freya Renders said...

Beautiful photos with perfect light

Bananazஇ said...

Long and short define each other.
High and low oppose each other.
Fore and aft follow each other.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, the light and photo compositions meld in a harmony of beauty.

PlantWerkZ said...

Wow! Wonderful picture. Is it real or graphics? I am totally confused.

Red Maple Tree

greatoffer said...

Great shot. Your post is so great. nice work. Thank you.My Complaint

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

And they are beautiful photos you shot!

Sorry for the late coming, but I am having so much trouble with Chrome. It just won't let me comment! So now I am using Firefox..

Carol L McKenna said...

Wonderful post and excellent photography ~ So much is said with so few words ~

(A Creative Harbor ^_^)

Carol L McKenna said...

Wonderful post and excellent photography ~ So much is said with so few words ~

(A Creative Harbor ^_^)

Carol L McKenna said...

Wonderful post and excellent photography ~ So much is said with so few words ~

(A Creative Harbor ^_^)

demie said...

These are two pretty good shots, time short or long it doeasn't matter. The lighting is absolutely magical : )

Carol L McKenna said...

Wonderful post and excellent photography ~ So much is said with so few words ~

(A Creative Harbor ^_^)

Malar said...

The photos are awesome and a bit eery too! ;)

Arti said...

Stunning captures as usual. Lovely, your words are also very soothing. Have a lovely week :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Perfect pictures of perfect moments. (And the pictures as well as the memories will last forever!).

Betty Manousos said...

i always love your beautiful moments!
great play on shadows and lighting.

your posts always leave me smiling!
thanks for brightening my day:)

Frieda said...

These pictures are stunningly beautiful. The lights are captured wonderfully...

Sharkbytes said...

I love that first one. Beauty in a few holes in a leaf. Your eye is flawless!

Harshi said...

Such beautiful silhouettes, and the second shot has captured some mysteriously moving glows, wonder if a tiny UFO was following you around. :D

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love what you find when you turn things over and look under things. You remind me to do the same thing on my walks.