Thursday, July 17, 2008

Project Black: Take Nine

Project Black: Take Nine
Five Palms Sunset


It's not the 'big W' (name that movie!) , but if you live in SoCal, you gotta take at least one photo of palm trees in silhouette. I took this one 14 July 2008 on a walk along an arroyo near my home.

If you want to see all nine of my Project Black photos, click on the Project Black label at the bottom of this post.

Anna Carson Photography has a list of all the Project Black participants.

16 comments:

Eve said...

It reminds me of a crown for some reason. Very nice.

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Hello Willow.....
Enjoying your pictures...... UK ones and project Black. What an interesting glimpse into the 19th c dockside home too..... love its simplicity. Marion

david mcmahon said...

G'day from Australia,

My first visit here - and I do like a lot of the angles on your shots.

Alison Boon said...

Such an evocative photo.

Laura said...

That is a awesome pic!!!!

Debbie said...

Okay ~ you've convinced me. I am going to England! You do a nice job through your photos of showing feelings. Your pics pull me in. Every pic certainly has a story to tell.

Lovella said...

oh we've played the game many times with the kids when they were little, who can see the first palm tree. The first ones we see are few and far between when driving up to Disney land but then they get a bit more plentiful. I would never be able to resist a snap of that too.

artgirlATL said...

Hey Mrs. Willow. I hope you're having a great day!

Knitting Linguist said...

This is a big change from the England project black photos! I love the composition.

Yolanda said...

I love this photo but I love palm trees.

quilly said...

I don't live in S. Cal., but palm tree silhouettes are synonymous with our sunsets ...

Yours is lovely.

ellen b. said...

Great silhouette!

Carletta said...

This is gorgeous! The uneven number of palms was perfect!

Melli said...

What a lovely silhouette!

Raven said...

I love silouhettes! I love this shot with that wonderful sky and the angle that makes them look a hundred feet tall. Very cool.

Mama Mia said...

I love love love this picture. You're so good at this, mums! :o)