Weekly Photo Challenge: The Golden Hour, Take Two

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is The Golden Hour.

One golden hour was here. But I can’t resist posting another one, which was so perfectly golden—

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(Belize, 2010. More photos are here. And yet a third “Golden Hour” post is here.)

35 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: The Golden Hour, Take Two

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  2. So, so glad you post another one! Wow!

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  3. I love it when you do multiple posts on a theme and how different they all are! This was not only the golden hour, but the pictures had a lovely golden tint as well.

    Nancy

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  4. Beautiful golden light , great photos! :)

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  5. Fabulous like flowing gold !

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  6. Gorgeous photos and lighting. The beach that time of the day is a favorite of mine.

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  8. Wow! That first image really is like a Turner painting. Stunning!

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  9. Photographer though I am, your mention of The Golden Hour brought to my mind not a photograph but a poem, Longfellow’s “The Children’s Hour”

    http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-children-s-hour/

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  10. I want to be the guy in the last photo, all alone on my board at sunset. Bliss.

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  11. beautiful photos yet again – looks like a sea of gold that’s for sure! I really enjoyed photo3, I like the silhouettes of the people in the photo – seems to give it a little “texture” if you will. REALLY, really nice shots!

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  13. Perfectly golden, indeed!

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  14. Absolutely stunning, Vlad.

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  15. Really like the people chatting on the pier :-)

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