Wednesday, July 20, 2011

SkyWatch Friday - Pink or red?

Great colours and formations this week.
This first picture taken with a regular "au naturel" 
setting on the camera.

Second picture using the "sunset" setting 
which certainly adds to the depth of colour.

I like both, but the first looks more authentic to me.  If someone had painted that second one, you'd be tempted to say the paintbrush had run away from them!

Have a wonderful SkyWatch Friday.

17 comments:

  1. Nobody has beautiful sunsets like the prairie provinces!

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  2. I like them all! Thanks for sharing the incredible sunsets. It's amazing what a setting change on a camera can do.

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  3. Interesting comparison!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  4. Wonderful and a bit dramatic clouds. I think I like nr 2 best.
    Happy weekend!

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  5. Both are beautiful. It certainly makes a difference, though.

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  6. Glorious way to end the day! I've enjoyed using the different settings on my camera, too. And the sunset settings always makes such a wonderful difference! Terrific captures for the day! Hope you have a great weekend with lots of beautiful skies!

    Sylvia

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  7. I like both ways, the colors are beautiful. Great captures, happy skywatching!

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  8. Fantastic colours in the sky!

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  9. I think they are both very fetching (to use an old-fashioned word).

    SKY SONG

    Glowing moon and shining stars,
    Venus, Jupiter and Mars,
    Planets swirling round the sun;
    Darkness falls when day is done.

    In the vast and endless sky
    Eagle, wren and falcon fly;
    Over hill and dale they roam,
    Calling cloud and thunder home.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Slice of Sky

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  10. Beautiful comparison. I love how modern camera's do tricks with objects. It's really cool to play with.

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  11. These is gorgeous. Looks like pink/red just in between ^_^

    SWF

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  12. What a lovely comparison with the different settings.

    Both are stunning!

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  13. i like the drama in the second photo. great shots.

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  14. Very nice, for me the second version is more beautiful :)

    Regards!

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