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Uploaded: 05/14/09 6:54 AM GMT
Time to Rest
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Late afternoon, after the hot sun, it's time for beauty sleep, because this lonely tree that rises from the rock is really beautiful.

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.amishy
05/14/09 7:24 PM GMT
Love this composition! The lone tree in the shaded foregound and the soft rays angling fom the sky make this a superb capture! :)Ami
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Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. Edgar Allan Poe (1809 - 1849), "Eleonora"
.bingwa
05/14/09 7:25 PM GMT
What's hot sun?? We are still having snow here. This nice shot I'll keep to help remind me of hot sun, and warmer weather.

Winona
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::gandarva
05/15/09 12:52 AM GMT
Nice photo Milka! I really like the way the colors blend with each other! Great job! I saved it and will fav it, and give it a 10! Thank you! Allen
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.joeysparadise
05/15/09 4:26 AM GMT
There is a fine grain to the picture, not sure if it was scanned, however it is one of my favorites of yours regardless of the quality per se, but more so of the symbolism and unique representation of earth, sky and water. thanks for sharing this and is now one of my FAVES.
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.hirschikiss22
05/15/09 3:39 PM GMT
I too think this might be one of your best. Love the lone tree sticking out of that beautiful rock against the gray sky and water. Very lovely.
~Kim
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::Inkeri
05/15/09 5:19 PM GMT
So Beautiful and Dreamy scene.Stunning shot,Milka..Love it
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.ohpampered1
05/16/09 1:25 AM GMT
I think this is one of your best too, how often do you see a tree growing out of a rock? Great capture.
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::lovestoned
05/24/09 3:08 PM GMT
It's quite soft (the colors) but the composition is really good. You can enhance the colors and this will be a lot better.
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.koca
05/24/09 4:48 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment and the suggestions. I'll try.
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