February 1, 2010

At the Fading Light Inn...

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... we can spend the waning moments of the day together.

9 comments:

Fred4Pres said...

You are a very good photographer Ann. You capture something unique in your pictures. That picture triggered a lot of memories about snow and dusk. Thank you.

LonewackoDotCom said...

It'd be interesting to see that with a little less blue and a little more red. That said, I'm not in the position to criticize anyone else's photography. Why do so many photos on Flickr look good and mine look like junk?

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As a bonus, if anyone knows a way to challenge their chapter's 501(c)3 status over this let me know.

traditionalguy said...

I bet that the best time of the year in Wisconsin must be cold evenings that encourage snuggling and pillow talk into the long winters night listening to Rod Stewart on the Boze.Good night Mr and Mrs Meade.

Chip Ahoy said...

Night time the owls come out.

Speeding owl.

madawaskan said...

Drag coefficient-you might be getting up to a speed where it's time to lose the skirt!

edutcher said...

Nothing says end of day quite like post-Christmas winter or post-4th-of July (hot, humid) summer.

Fred is right, very nicely captured.

madawaskan said...

Drag coefficient-you might be getting up to a speed where it's time to lose the skirt!

You might want to run that one past Meade.

AllenS said...

Today some evil men will drag a sleeping groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil out of his burrow, toss him on the ground, just to see if the sun is shining. It doesn't seem right.

Pogo said...

Fading Light yields to First Light.



(Eno/Budd)

rhhardin said...

I was going to link Bonnie Raitt Dimming of the Day, which version on YouTube unfortunately is the best version, but overloaded (goes to 11).

Anyway the piece features a consecutive triple modulation fourthwards.