Thursday, November 06, 2008

Ushering In November - Skywatch


There's something sweet about this picture. Maybe it's the fact that these two don't get to see one another much these days. Maybe it's the enduring and endearing friendship that they share. Or perhaps it is the innocence of youth, the hope for a new day and the dreams that lie for them both over tomorrow's horizon.

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14 comments:

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Hey, Lori. Thanks for checking in. All is great with Sandy and I. We're getting excited for out Big Day in December!

I do need to post some things, I just haven't shot much lately.

Migs CFL fan said...

Great shot. Thanks for sharing!

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Louise said...

The sky is beautiful. I am sure the friendship is better.

fishing guy said...

Lori: That is a really neat horizon with all the colors.

Photo Cache said...

Fabulous shot. I love it.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

How wonderful that they treasure their friendship! Nice sky too. ;-)

Jeanne said...

Oh I really love what you did with this shot. Great color in the sky and the companionship of the girls is wonderful.

gen/entry said...

I can tell this 2 ladies are pretty even you can see only the back side. But the sky is pretty...

Indrani said...

What joy to watch a beautiful sky with a dear friend! Luck!

martie said...

Neat photo of the girls friendship and the beautiful sky. Wish I had that youthful innocence for a better tomorrow and dreams to be filled!

Hugs

Mrs. Salty said...

Awesome photo of friends with the sunset! I hope they remain close throughout their lives; they will be so blessed!

SandyCarlson said...

So beautiful.

gel said...

Hello-I adore the love shining in this photo as brightly as the sunset. (I'm here because I found a skywatcher's photo link).

Beautiful header. Will be back to browse your site more. I hope I can find time to join. This looks like heaven for photographers' feedback.

Macromoments said...

Lori, thought I'd shock you with a comment. Haven't had much spare time to browse my favorite blogs lately.

You take such meaningful portraits. The mood of this one is beautiful, and you can't beat that backdrop-of-a-sunset!