Thursday, May 17, 2012

sun rise

Ned and I were up before sunrise to take photographs of Monumental Simplicity at the top of the Ten Mile Point hill. George Wigle let us put the stand up on his property the evening before.
I have to say that this experience was fantastic on so many levels.
I lay down on the grass directly underneath the work to take this.
The top four photos are by Ned. The rest by moi.

22 comments:

April said...

wowwwwwwww

deanna7trees said...

a fabulous way to photograph this piece. amazing images.

Thread Born said...

Judy-
So amazing...I bet it was an incredible experience for you. The photos are wonderful. Thanks for sharing them

eb said...

spectacular!
stunningly lovely
imagining
you lying in the grass
loving
the light coming through...

xox - eb.

handstories said...

glorious! especially the one you took lying down. I wonder if you felt lifted up as you did it?

mansuetude said...

words break the majesty

by the time i got to "I lay down on the grass" a tear was down on my lip and chin.

thank you

Connie Rose said...

Simply magnificent.

Sandra said...

Love Ned's photographs. Send me one for the photo album accompanying the exhibit, Tradition in Transition.

magsramsay said...

Absolutely fantastic, thanks for sharing the joy.

Sandy said...

AMAZING!

Ms. said...

Ah--when was there a more stunning sunrise. It was a pleasure to see, and a pleasure just to think about lying on the grass.

Heather said...

Really, really beautiful.

Margaret said...

Stunning!

Lesley Turner said...

fantastic, Judy. Looking forward to seeing your work

ArtPropelled said...

Oh how wonderful!! Viewing beauty at sunrise makes it even more moving.

Ann Knickerbocker said...

So beautiful-- the colors streaming through your piece are so striking -- such a lovely way to see and feel the light and the breeze... thank you!

jude said...

beautiful

Velma said...

agreed.

saskia said...

o my everything.....

Jennifer said...

Your work and the photos rendered me speechless yesterday. I keep coming back to visit, to breath, to be inspired, to be in awe of you and your talent. Perfection.

Nancy said...

Oh...my...gosh!!! Absolutely stunning!

Grace Martin said...

Asan says you are a very rare kind of a person. It is a gift. I agree, of course. :)