Photo Of The Week: MITCH
Hi Belita!! A wonderful collection of seasonal shots for the theme!! I'm not sure what is growing in the pot in the first shot either, but what a delightful pot-holder!! Looks like that couple have found a nice secluded spot for their summer day in the second photo. The autumn shot is also lovely. The old wooden buildings are wonderful, as well as the autumn sunlight through the leaves. Your winter evening shot is terrific, the golden lighting of the rocks perfect.
Whatever it is - they look real pretty.Delightful shot of the bathersAmazing placeBeautiful old craftmanship
Interesting shot the first one, looks like tomatoes.The Summer picture is a good capture, so holiday. Autumn looks so cozy with the contrasts of the old woodenbuildings. Even Winter in a beach resort looks inviting. Like the way you caught the light.
Very nice, starting with the last shot. Love the light and the cove you captured in this shot. Very well balanced. The building colors do make me think of fall. The two under the umbrella to cool themselves from the summer sun is nice. You always capture people in a really good light. The first leads me to thinking of what is soon to pop up here in our spring months. Hope it will be very colorful.
Wonderful captures of seasons changing, I can see you have the same weather as we do, very close in summer and winter and little change in between. Your shots always leave me in awe, dear Belita, there is such a PLING to them, even if they were not signed, I would know they were yours. They all tell a story, so colourful and real. Love it.
Again this week, I knew this was your work Belita before I saw your name at the bottom your style if like a signature for you, stunning work as always ;)
Hi Belita,wonderful pictures. I especially like the summer picture with the two young people on the ledge by the water. Beautiful rocks with pink flowers trailing down and a wonderful people picture as well.
Great capture of the four seasons! I like the rustic quality in the spring and autumn shots. I love the seclusion of the couple under the cabana. The winter shot is dramatic.