Travel Theme: Pale

By Vladimir Brezina

Ailsa’s travel-themed photo challenge this week is Pale. Once again, her chosen theme is somehow strangely linked to The Daily Post’s photo challenge this week, Color—although for a change it’s the polar opposite.

In response to The Daily Post’s challenge, I’ve posted some highly colored kayaking photos. But of course I have some pale ones as well…

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76 responses to “Travel Theme: Pale

  1. I love your pale photos of kayaking, especially the last one and the third from the last. :-)

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  2. Wow, strong fotos and a beautiful silence on some of them :) , greetings from Anja from Germany

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  3. Love the first one. It looks like you’re floating! ;)

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  5. That shot of the Brooklyn Bridge is killing me. In a good way, of course.

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  6. Would have loved to be there…looks silent and serene.

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  7. vastlycurious.com

    You both have a great life together – wonderful city scape. I am envious!

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  8. These are wonderful pictures Vladimir. It’d be really great to see an entry from you in the Digital Lightroom Photo Competition – http://www.thedigitallightroom.wordpress.com. :-)

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  9. Lovely photos again, Vlad. It looks as though you’re flying in that first one. :)

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  10. lovely pictures – capturing the cooler weather that comes with them

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  11. Reblogged this on omo10 and commented:
    Travel Theme: Pale

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  12. That first shot has a wonderful ephemeral quality to it!

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  14. You do pale really well! The fourth one might be my favorite, but the last one is right up there!

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  16. that top foto is fabulous!

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  17. What an amazing perspective you get to enjoy being out on the kayak.

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  18. Stunning shots!

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  19. Love how these photos contrast with the ones you put up for the wordpress color challenge. Great, all of them!

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  20. I knew you would have some great “pale” shots. Love your work. regards Peet

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  21. Love the cloud kayaking!

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  22. I love your photos and I love kayaking! I have a bit of a love affair with NYC so the views of it from the water just amaze me. Though, I particularly love the first; it almost seems like you are kayaking in the sky :)

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  23. My favorite is the empty boat on the shore, and the lines of the sand, and the rising (?) sun beyond the clouds. Lovely.

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  25. Love that last shot Vladimir!

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  27. I pinned “Hudson River in a Fog” on my “Cityscape Photography” board on Pinterest. Hope you don’t mind. [http://pinterest.com/gaylealstrom/cityscape-photography/]

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  28. Love your blog and your photos! I nominated you for the ‘Inspiring Blogger Award’.
    http://petitemagique.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/nominated-for-the-inspiring-blogger-award/

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  29. I think these are the best pale photos I’ve seen in this challenge. A great job. The pale colors give a soft calming touch to the scenery.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  31. Beautiful misty shots … the one of Great South Bay, Long Island is my favorite. It looks like it is very peaceful. Nice photos …

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  32. in the first shot you look as if you in between worlds almost…what a great image

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  37. It’s surely the same as with music, where it takes the slow and quiet movements to set off the loud and mouvementé — but I prefer the loud and brassy. And just so, I prefer the bright and vivid.
    Your first photo, though, goes a ways toward winning me over.

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  38. Yeah! That last one especially, the red and gold picnic — that goes ZING! for me.

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