Tuesday, October 21, 2008

SITIO DO PINHEIRO DECK


21 comments:

Photo Cache said...

this is very nice. i like everything about it. worth mentioning and i thought a pleasant bonus to this image is the shadow. pretty neat.

Joel Reynolds said...

Hey, cool shot! Nice to be back to your blog.

Joel

foongpc said...

Hi, thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving comments. You have a very nice blog with stunning photos! You should come to Malaysia and take pictures here, especially at the park you just saw at my blog. I'm pretty sure with a proper camera (unlike me with only a handphone camera), you'll be able to capture lots of beautiful pictures! : )

the donG said...

i think i can enjoy kayaking in that area.

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Wow! Thats a very nice picture! A lot of blue! Very serene!

Also, I noticed that dead fish at the right hand side bottom corner!!!

Well taken!

Cheers

Rakesh
http://almostsunday.blogspot.com

evlahos said...

this is the way to heaven

Adelynne said...

I want to walk down that path and never return. Absolutely gorgeous, tr3nta.

Pietro said...

What a relaxing perspective!
I'd like to spend some hours there.

Gata Verde said...

Bela prespectiva!
O azul do mar embeleza a foto!

beijinhos

Venice said...

che tranquilita!

claude said...

Sea is as much blue as sky. Very nice !

Share my point of view... said...

Superb photo and composition!

Mariposa said...

neverending path..nice =)

PJ said...

I could so just walk right off the end of that pier and jump in!

acey said...

what a wonderful photograph, tr3nta! great balance. :D

Twin said...

Gives a sense of serenity...Love the blue sky and still waters

nobu said...

It has fantstic image.

Maria said...

Thank you for visiting my blog! I just looked through your posts and I love your photos very much, also your photos of Italy!
Fantastic images! Thank you for sharing!

jepayuki said...

Hola, su blog es hermoso. Adoro sus fotos. Muy interesante. ¡Aclamaciones!

Asja said...

gorgeous photos! makes me wish it was summer :)

mansuetude said...

ah.. that shadow, to follow it down... it is like a seam in a woman's stocking... or like the line in the novel Invisible man, which was white (represented white man) on a black man's road. very symbolic.