My River

Posted by Joyce (Montana, United States) on 13 January 2017 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Love this picture. A zoom in of previous post. Not bad huh? I don't know who is standing at the edge of my river, but he can stay because he seems meditative and appreciative. These pictures where taken with my humble little Casio that stopped working lately. I really miss him.

Thank you for your visit and comments. I so enjoy hearing from you and seeing the world through your lens.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

You have me going back looking for the little figure in your previous and there he is. This is a remarkable enlargement and makes a fine image in its own right.

13 Jan 2017 7:11am

@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks Ronnie!

beach from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

I, too, looked for the man in yesterday's shot. This closeup of a portion of the river, with the mountain so prominent in the background, gives perspective to human's place in the world.

13 Jan 2017 11:37am

@beach: Thanks for commenting!

Rick from Toronto, Canada

I'm sorry about your friend, Casio, but he helped you to serve up a lovely vista here. The human presence is nice for scale, and of course the power and beauty of Mother Nature always begets my awe.

13 Jan 2017 1:19pm

@Rick: He's not even fishing. Just gazing. Actually standing on the frozen little channel of the river we all splash across in the summer. A figure in a picture is often the key. Not always. Thanks for commenting Rick.

Frances from Boston, United States

You have managed a magnificent image here. The man makes this one just standing there in this vast place.5*****

13 Jan 2017 2:23pm

@Frances: Thank you so much. I don't even remember if I noticed him on the original shot, unzoomed.

franz from Baden, Austria

Awesome enlargement that adds some interesting scale (as others have mentioned before).

13 Jan 2017 6:08pm

@franz: Thanks for your input Franz.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Love this scene. Sorry about your camera.

13 Jan 2017 11:53pm

@B. Thomas: I miss Cas., and his quick video capturing and upload. Really a handy little camera that fits in the pocket. Must get another. Thanks for your visit Barbara. I am slowly getting back to picture taking and visiting other pages. Been dealing with arthritus stuff but on the mend. Hi to your Prince, and those really special kitties.

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

That man plays an important role !

14 Jan 2017 5:14am

@Hiro: Yes he does! It's spiritual isn't it?

L'Angevine from Angers, France

bon travail et recherche

14 Jan 2017 9:08am

@L'Angevine: Interesting comment. Merci!

Martine Libouton from Bousval, Belgium

C'est une très belle photo

14 Jan 2017 10:44am

@Martine Libouton: Thank you very much Martine.

Don from Spokane, United States

The person gives an idea of the scale of this beautiful moutain and river shot. A very attractive image. Excellent image.

14 Jan 2017 5:30pm

@Don: Thanks Don. Love hearing from you. Happy New Year.

Graciel·la (Vic. Catalonia) from CAT. New European State, Poland

I agree with the previous comments. A great image that shows us the dimension of the human being.
This is an image of a moment for reflection. A good place for it.

15 Jan 2017 12:44pm

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

One of these days I will make it out to your part of the world. So beautiful!

15 Jan 2017 4:22pm

Monik from PARIS, France

Superbe paysage, excellente composition!

17 Jan 2017 9:21am

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I understand the arthritis stuff, and I'm sure the cold up there does not help. Glad you're back. Mike says hi. Reading a cool book you would probably like. A Wolf Called Romeo by Nick Jans.

18 Jan 2017 4:40pm

Francisco Romero from Leon, Spain

An impressive composition. And a wonderful corner of the world of yours

20 Jan 2017 9:45pm

 

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