Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (My back yard)   12 comments


Silhouettes come in all shapes and sizes. A sunset is a perfect place for a silhouette. This one was taken from the steps of my back yard as a lark. Which one looks better to you? Or do they all look crappy? 🙂

Comments are welcome.

Sunset in my back yard. ©2014 Cris Coleman All Rights Reserved

Sunset in my back yard.
©2014 Cris Coleman All Rights Reserved

©2014 Cris Coleman All Rights Reserved

©2014 Cris Coleman All Rights Reserved

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12 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (My back yard)

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  1. i agree with Sandra. the horizon looks like it’s on fire 🙂

  2. I agree with Sandra. These photos conjure up visions of the burning of Atlanta scene from Gone With The Wind. It is also the one used on the movie posters – the iconic photo with Clark Gable holding Scarlett in his arms – and the fire in the background

  3. Both are nice, but I like the open feel of the second one better. Like an opening through which you can go from the dark to the light.

  4. I like the second shot better as I can make out more of what’s behind your backyard. It’s a fiery-looking sky for sure. It must have been very nice to see the sky that evening.

  5. A great splash of rich colour all along the horizon. A nice submission for the Silhouette Challenge.

  6. The horizon seems to be on fire. Great shot.

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