When I was walking along the cliffs at Bempton, I looked North along the coast towards Filey and saw this wonderful light coming from a clouded sky.
This image really does need to be looked at in a larger format - so, if you have the time, click on the image to get a better view.
There was a bit of a sae haze out and about and I think this gives the image a bit of a 'painterly' quality.
You can see more skies from around the world at Sky Watch Friday. SM
i like that very much. beautiful blues surrounding gold.ReplyDelete
Wonderful use of light Stewart!ReplyDelete
haze, fog, smog...all make the droll a bit special, the special spectacular.ReplyDelete
A terrific use of light indeed, Stewart!! Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!! Hope you have a great weekend!!ReplyDelete
Not quite Turner... but not far off!!! YAM xx
Hello Stewart, lovely scene and pretty capture of the light! Enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Stunning view of the landscapeReplyDelete
Yes, it does have that nice painterly quality. The nice wide panorama crop helps too. Great photo!ReplyDelete
Beautiful panoramic shot and what a gift to see and photograph!ReplyDelete
Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol
Very nice landscape.ReplyDelete
Bela paisagem panorâmica... um ótimo trabalho!!!
Bom fim de semana!
Just beautiful! Very soft and "painterly" indeed!ReplyDelete
Nice seascape! Yes, it looks great when you enlarge it.ReplyDelete
What a lovely view!ReplyDelete
You were in the right place at the right time..Nice catch..Have a fun weekend..ReplyDelete
It does look like a painting -- especially in the embiggened format! Lovely.ReplyDelete
All the shades of blue and then the pale yellow. Nice, Stewart!ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful view. Love the scenery and the little bird up front.ReplyDelete
It certainly looks like it has been painted rather than photographed. Amazing what light can do. Have a good week DianeReplyDelete
Superb panaroma, Stewart! Nice to see the countryside without lots of brick & mortar :)ReplyDelete
Have a Great Week!
the yellow field is a great addition to the image :)ReplyDelete