Spectacular, Faye. You have captured crisp clear colors. I especially like the red and yellow sail.Is the final picture going to end in an oops?
photowannabe, no oops. He came down gently and landed on his feet. Didn't even hit the water.
oh very nice.
beau reportage. j'espere que cela ne se finit pas sur un rocher ;o) beautiful report. I hope that that is not finished on a rock ;O)
The series is totally captivating. Lucky guy and lucky you to come upon him. Love the scenery that goes along with it. Great shots, Faye!
my fave has to be the 3rd pic. its calm come with excitment of landing!
What a flight! He must have felt free from all the cares of the everyday while he was navigating his sail. A truly zen exercise - just like taking photos.
very cool composition. the colors are quite dramatic!
beautifull place to fly... where is it looks like the portuguese west coast somewhere... is it?
tr3nta, it is the US, Oregon West coast.
Faye, thanks for your nice comments. Getting everything figured out with the Beta Blog was very trying. Now I believe its done..I think the flower is in the Antherium (sp?) family. I don't see too many plants with green petals. That's what makes the Conservatory so interesting. There are many different types of plants.
Faye,Very cool stuff. I especially like the composition on the first one.
These is a great series, Faye.I wonder how he would do if he'd been in Bandon today with all of our wind?I wondered if you are thinking of neat high surf pictures. lol Nita
Nice! Looks like fun!Have you tried too, Faye?
Nita if I knew you had high waves I would certainly be thinking about them :)Ben, you couldn't get me up there for a million dollars! I have a real fear of heights.
Impressive shots! Vibrant colors!
Always delightful pictures. I always get impressed by your amazing work with composition.