Saturday, 16 February 2013

Picture This #187 ~ Hues Of Blue

Moon over Prospect Park at twilight. Moon over Prospect Park at twilight Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY. Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY. Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY

18 comments:

  1. Wow that truly is BLUE!!

    Lovely light on the bridge.

    Wonderful shot of all the swans.

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  2. The second picture is The Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch, built in 1892. It's sort of like the Arch of Triumph in Paris.

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  3. these are all vibrant deep shades of blue...all beautiful, the top one my favorite!

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  4. The first image is simply awesome...very well done!

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  5. Fantastic shots of Blue.
    I like the first one a lot.

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  6. Hi Debby!! Wonderful shots for the theme!! The moon against the deep blue of twilight is awesome!! Lovely night-time shot of the Army Plaza. Perfect blue day for the swans at Sheepshead Bay :-))

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  7. Gosh ....those are true blues .... stunning entry .... really catches the eye!!

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  8. All three shots are great. The blue sky and moon really grabs me though.

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  9. Three different hues of blue, yet all are nice shots...

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  10. Great shots, your middle one is my favorite, just magnificent!

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  11. great examples the first is my favorite

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  12. ciao great shots which fit the theme properly

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  13. Very nice photos for Blue theme.
    I think the last one is nicely balanced.

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  14. Lucky not a full moon or you would have me howling ! Great captures all of them, Robert. Diversity and loads of blue.

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  15. where the .... is the edit button, I mean Benni, great captures, not Robert oh gosh, this page is sometimes so very confusing. Heeeelp

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  16. lol, Marianne...it's hard to keep up with who's who on these pages, isn't it? I view them from the Blogger Dashboard. It's easier that way because you can see who the author/photographer is.

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