I am not sure what God was trying to say by creating this kind of dark skyline over the Fatima church, and I don’t know if we are supposed to know, but its looks pretty powerful.
Rarely do you see so much sun and so many dark clouds at the same time as you could one October afternoon in Lisbon.
This beautiful island is owned by two individuals. There is a fairly high fee to enter the island through that one road that connects it with the main land Monte Negro.
Cafe Buza, located in Old Town, Duborvnik, is considered by some as one of the coolest bars in the world. I think one glance at this incredible venue, that takes the concept “by the beach” to the new level is enough to belive that.
I find that time of the day right about when the sun starts “thinking” of going down to be magical, producing unique colors on and off the sky which are hard to explain with words, but one can feel them when he sees them. Surely the architecture helps create that magnificent effect. (Paris, June 2012)
Segal having alone time and “thinking” at Lake Park…
Besides being beautiful animals which appear to have a constant smile on their face, this picture reminds us that a dolphin is one of the few, if not the only animal, that look like fish, makes much more noise than a fish, and seems to be able to both swim underwater and fly.
Capturing moving water in a way that would convey its dramatic effect is particularly challenging at night, but is well worth the effort. Levi’s Plaza park is a wonderful and somewhat underrated place to take a walk late at night.
Sundawn in the Marina District (on Laguna St., between Chestnut and Bay) creates an interesting gold-like reflection on the windows facing West.
The sunset in New York City can be accompanied by an incredibly dramatic sky.