Friday, January 15, 2010

Monthly Theme Day: Best Photo 2009

I have chosen this photo as my best of 2009 on the basis of the response it generated when I first published it. I received more comments than I ever have for any other photo!

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19 comments:

Jilly said...

I didn't see this before, Saretta and can well understand the response you had before. It has a surreal quality and it so works because one sees blue sky and blue walls and then that large puff ball of a cloud. A lovely shot.

Ben said...

Yes. it's good reflection shot. It's just like a painting framed on three panels.

Hilda said...

I can understand why. Fantastic image. Is it a view from the inside or the outside (reflection)?

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Oh! This photo indeed deserves to be called the best photo!! You're a great photographer!!!

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Luis Gomez said...

Wonderful shot!

Leif Hagen said...

You captured a cloud forever in a frame! Lovely pic for theme day!

VP said...

The Magritte cloud! I remember it, I love it: simple and beautiful.

Spiderdama said...

I can see why.. it`s wonderful!:-)

Mo said...

Wow!

Daily Chicago Photo said...

Oh this is a beautiful frame photo and reflection photo.

Small City Scenes said...

It is a beauty. Blue on blue and the cloud framed perfectly. MB

Thanks for the nice comment on my blog. MB

Jacob said...

This is one I missed. It is truly splendiforous! I especially the varying blues and the way the light has attacked the clouds.

Steffe said...

I always enjoy shooting, and looking at reflection photos. And this, with that blue sky and fluffy clouds, is a good one.

Chuck Pefley said...

Oh, yes indeed! Perfetto!!

I didn't see this first time around, either. Stunning image!!

Carraol said...

Yes, I Remember it, is a beautiful composition with a touch of Magritte. Superb choice!

Rob and Mandy said...

No wonder, it's fantastic!

Nick said...

Excellent photo and selection.

Tash said...

Stunning!!!

fashion survivor said...

Very nice indeed!