By Vladimir Brezina
I’ve already posted one response to this week’s Photo Challenge, Summer. Here is another.
Glover’s Reef Atoll, Belize, with Slickrock Adventures. OK, it was in March, but there it’s always summer!
More photos are here.
Other nice takes on “Summer”:
- Only Dreamin’
- The Dappled Path
- Images by Madelaine Cappuccio
- Maldita Matilda
- Figments of a Dutchess
- Four Deer Oak
- The Great Escape #1
- The Great Escape #2
- A year in the Life
- thirdeyemom #1
- thirdeyemom #2
- Emma Karolinas S
- Where’s my backpack? ;-)
- A Word in Your Ear #1
- A Word in Your Ear #2
- A Word in Your Ear #3
- A Word in Your Ear #4
- Old Woman on a Bicycle
- My Sardinian Life
- The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface #1
- The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface #2
- Nylon Daze
- Alice through the Macro Lens
- Dauw ‘s Gaanderij
- yi-ching lin photography
- A Beginner
- Sin Polaris
- Disorderly Chickadee
- Hurtled to 60 and Now Beyond
- Cee’s Life Photography Blog
- Inga Vitols Photography
- Behind the Willows
- Being Rufina
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I thought this didn’t look like the UK!!!
Yes, the colors are just a little softer, more velvety ;-)
May I prefer this one to the previous one? Lovely
I think most people will ;-)
I prefer this one too. Love the first one.
My favorite too, I think.
This is summer, through and through. Adorable photos :)
Thanks so much, Marion!
I love the way the golen sunlight plays on the water – beautiful!
Golden light at sunrise—photographers, like surfers, must get up early ;-)
Love your photos! Thank you for the share of my post :)
Your “Summer” post is so light and airy and, well, summery! :-)
Ha ha thanks for the pingback, Vlad! These pics are amazing, I love the silhouettes. Beilze is a far cry from Norfolk, that’s for sure! xxx
No ponies on the beach in Belize!
Almost perfect, if only they’d added ponies. :)
It’s that soft, relaxing light…
Love the golden color. These are lovely. Thanks for the pingback!
Gold is the color of summer! :-) And blue, of course…
I like the composition and color of the second photo. Great placement of sun and the horizontal elements.
Thanks, Allan—glad you like it!
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Really love these shots! Reminds me of being on the beach in California late in the evening. Beautiful!
Yes, indeed! I spent a number of years in southern California and I know what you mean. Except at sunrise and sunset, though, the views in California are usually much crisper—maybe it’s the dry air—whereas Belize was distinctly tropical, humid, the colors creamier…
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Great photos! Thanks for the pingbacks.
You are very welcome—and thanks for following our blog!
You picture are always amazing vlad. I love this kind of picture with silhouette and sunset especially on the beach. I choose the third picture for the best.
Thanks so much, Albadr! We’ve now had votes in favor of the first, second, fifth, and now the third photos… that’s why I posted a selection!
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These are beautiful! I like the golden color and contrast with the dark silhouettes.
I do too :-)
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thanks for the pingback!!
you too have lovely photos!! :)
Thanks, Diana! :-)
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Love it! Beautiful!
Thank you for the pingback, Vladimir! I love your summer photos, as well!
You are welcome, Inga! That’s such a beautifully evocative summery photo you’ve got there… :-)
Lovely photos…I love the monotone look…
… but distinctly not B&W! Thanks!
Right Vlad…I have always loved a sepia color…it melts me every time. :-)
I did a standup paddle board last summer. I didn’t like it because I couldn’t use my camera. I’m lost without my camera! lol
Probably you couldn’t use your usual camera, but you could take a small waterproof camera… I even know a long-distance swimmer who carries a camera with her in the water! :-)
It must be great to have summer all year.
Here in Flanders we’re happy to have a couple of months, some sunny weather.
The eveninglight in your images is beautifull, the colors are warm.
Ow, and thank you so much for the pingback.
It’s the tropics! Great to visit in February or March when the raw winter wind is sweeping through NYC, but with summer all year, I would start to miss the other seasons pretty soon…
Of course, judging by this last winter, soon we might have summer all year round in NYC too…