Friday, January 13, 2012

Reflections of fire

No, Dick and Lindy didn't witness a house-fire on their walk. The sunset, however, as reflected in these windows, might have alerted more than a man and his dog.

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© Photos by Richard Schear


Antonette said...

Wow that is vivid! Excellent shots Kay.

Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for your words of encouragement.

Ann said...

save power and you don't need to turn on the lights. lol

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Wow, sunset! Come to think of it, wow, this gray neck of the woods, it is a rare spectacle, sunsets even rarer. Great shots.....not much snow for Alberta....just started snowing here. I just saw something on the news about how rapidly the icebergs are melting up north. Argh.

Sylvia K said...

Those are amazing shots and does look like the house is burning inside! Amazing. Richard and Lindy did a great job! Hope all of you have a wonderful weekend!


Jo said...

Wonderful captures, hats off to Dick and Lindy ! Glad it's not really a house on fire. Have a great weekend. (Has the weather become cold/snowy yet?) Love and hugs Jo

Ebie said...

Facing west would sometimes have its benefits. That sure looks like a wonderful sunset as reflected on those windows.

Kay said...

Wow! That really fooled me. I thought surely it was a blaze in a house. I'm glad to know it was the sun creating that spectacular effect.

Julie said...

Initially, I took it to be reflections from a log fire. But something much grander was involved. Good series of shots in this post, Kay.

Dianne said...

my Nana used to say 'a blaze of sunshine'
this is what she meant :)
fantastic shots

James said...

Wow! That's awesome!

Island Rambles Blog said...

wow that looks like fire...great reflecting shot.