Moody Blues...

Photography Landscape posted on Nov 04, 2016
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The dunes of Kirra Beach on the Southern end of the Gold Coast, where it is always sunny, peaceful and quiet, you can relax and catch a cool breeze while walking... as in "Sandy toes & Salty kisses" ... it's the name of one of those old beach-shacks nearby and I love it ! *** Cheers and *TGIF* Brigitte

Comments (17)


Jean_C 11:10AM | Fri, 04 November 2016

Superb graphism by the light/shadow play, superb capture, Brigitte!


rbowen 11:35AM | Fri, 04 November 2016

Great capture!!!


jif3d 12:25PM | Fri, 04 November 2016

Just like a scene from Frank Herbert's 'Dune' and the total saturation of the drug 'spice', which turns the whites of your eye's blue, actually I'm surprised there isn't a giant spice worm lurking near-by...well, there probably is one, but it's still under the shifting sands...EEK !

Super work postwork and perfect composition, how it makes your eye get drawn upward towards the BB



DukeNukem2005 12:27PM | Fri, 04 November 2016

Very beautiful!


giulband 12:49PM | Fri, 04 November 2016

Great picture with a strong graphic effect and fine composition !!!!!


dochtersions 12:55PM | Fri, 04 November 2016

How I love your "Sandy toes & Salty kisses". I can imagine a lot of warm joy, by admiring your fantastic picture, BB-chen! The pattern as contrasting colours are amazing, and it gives me thoughts of a lazy Zebra, stretched out on this coast of gold. Bravo again for this wonderful, lively, and lovely picture, dear friend; and enjoy your summer there with you, we here are dealing with the cold, unfortunately nothing within is gold 😁


anahata.c 4:05PM | Fri, 04 November 2016

oooh, terrific shot of dunes, with wonderful blue shadows and 'patina', and a long sweeping feel. Zebra stripes---you caught 'dunes' perfectly. I agree with Jeff about how we're led back to that pole. (And what's a "spice worm"? Ok, I looked it up, and it took me to "sand worm". That I've heard of!) A really fine shot, Brigitte; your eye is alive as ever. Those blues are wonderful on those gentle dunes.

(Ok, bad pun alert: The present conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is Riccardo Muti. When he's down, some of us call it "The Muti Blues". Or you could say that when he wears a lotta navy, or denim. See, not a lot to do with this pun, so I'll leave your title in peace. Great shot, Brigitte!)


wysiwig 12:56AM | Sat, 05 November 2016

Some great patterns here. I like how the shadow accentuates the gentle curve of the dune.


starship64 1:26AM | Sat, 05 November 2016

I love the patterning and the colors in this. Beautiful image!


kgb224 3:15AM | Sat, 05 November 2016

Stunning capture. God bless.


helanker 3:27AM | Sat, 05 November 2016

OHH How beautiful this is. Love such shots and the blue shadowa make it magic.


sandra46 9:54AM | Sat, 05 November 2016



VDH 11:08AM | Sat, 05 November 2016

Nice capture!!


Faemike55 7:19PM | Sat, 05 November 2016

fabulous and eye-catching capture


Glendaw 8:00PM | Sat, 05 November 2016

Wow looks like a beautiful area to take a stroll.

The sand dunes do indeed look like a lot like Zebra stripes surrounded by the beautiful blue water.

Love the name of the ole shack, it really fits with the area.

Thanks for sharing your awesome Summer day, as we struggle to hang on to ours.

Wonderful camera work and presentation Brigitte.


flavia49 12:15PM | Sun, 06 November 2016



me72nl 7:59PM | Sun, 06 November 2016

This captures such a great sense of peace, you don;t want to leave footprints

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