Saturday, November 21, 2009

Fields That Nod

Thanks to Aileni at- Monochrome Weekly

Kohala, Big Island-


Catch the rhythm and motion of the wind- to & fro
Mauna Kea
This particular one above is a re-po (not from M.W.) but fits into the series-






I did this above in mono once- you may recall?

Aloha to everyone-



20 comments:

Aileni said...

A beautiful sequence.

JM said...

They are all beautiful, but the sky on the 4th shot is stunning!

ruma2008 said...

Monochrome Nature is very splendid.

Thank you for showing a beautiful view.

John said...

Nice set of shots!

Carver said...

Wonderful sequence of shots. I like all of theme. Tall grasses are always so beautiful to me and I love the way you captured theme blowing in the wind.

The Write Girl said...

Hi Regina,

Amazing shots as always. I love the photo of your dog's tail especially. Very cute.

SquirrelQueen said...

A beautiful series of photos, the first and fourth are my favorites.
The Road to Here

Robin said...

Lovely series of amber waves of grain. I didn't realize that they wrote the song about the Hawaiian fields ;).

Anne said...

Here it is!!!!! my favourites this week, and I have seen a lot of black and white pictures now!!

Just love your,the landscape, the tuch og silence in the pictures, yes, they walked right into my hart. Thanks a lot!!!

Have a nice Sunday.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Aloha KP. Am around with so many things coming and going around my life. By the time I visit my blog, my brain is too tired to do anything. I am feeling too overwhelmed catching up with my comment duty. So am doing it one at a time. I miss a lot of writing which is long overdue and my spirit of writing seems to drift away.

Thanks for your kind thoughts.

RuneE said...

I liked that mixture of color photos with monochrome ones, but No. 1 is my favourite. I can feel the breeze on my cheek.

MyMaracas said...

Beautiful, windswept landscapes there where grasses nod to the sea and sky. The cloud shot is really special.

I'm surprised to see white yarrow growing there; we have it all the way out here in Indiana, too. Thanks so much for stopping by at mine.

MyMaracas said...

I seem to be having trouble with comments, so please forgive if this is a duplicate.

This is an amazing series. I can almost hear the wind and sea, and the silence under it all. I'm surprised to see white yarrow growing there. We have it here in Indiana too.

Thanks so much for always stopping by at mine!

Vita Stunder said...

Awesome series!!

Have a great week

awarewriter said...

Nice series. I like the one with the storm clouds best.

Cher said...

wow! it's magical in here! i love your blog and nice display of photos. ;)

your header is just as lovely, thank you for visiting! ;)

Dominic Doherty said...

The second link you sent me provided the correct information - thanks - apparently I can post comments when using Internet Explorer (usually I use Mozilla Firefox). I really enjoy the first picture of the Big Island. Nice job!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Wow..thanks everyone! Dominic..I'm happy about that! It did look like there was something to it. I had a lot of complaints awhile back (where people who opened my page using that browser kept seeing my header overlapping ect.. I guess Mozilla is a benefit in that it provides good protection? Well, I'll put your link up too. Thanks and hope you have a great day-

Quasi Serendipita said...

Really like the clouds :)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

I just noticed that you're in Hawaii!! I'm just mad about Hawaii!

Aloha!!!

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