Saturday, June 02, 2007

Art

Kruger National Park, South Africa, 1999

" The camera doesn't make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE."
--Ernst Haas, 1985

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24 comments:

tray said...

that is GORGEOUS!

tegdirb92 said...

stunning! Love the tree.

Jose said...

Very nice composition.

Jodi said...
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Jodi said...

how beautiful. Michael would love that, he loves giraffes.

Sorry for the deleted comments, too many typos.

Incog & Nito said...

Absolutely stunning. Happy weekend.

Whirlwind said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing that great picture!

Heart of Rachel said...

That's beautiful. It must be wonderful to be there in person to appreciate the beauty of nature.

JC said...

I really like everything about that shot... very nice!

Adventures In Waitressing said...

That is beautiful.. thank you for sharing

Jane said...

One of my favorite animals! So graceful. What a beautiful shot!

Melli said...

That looks like a postcard! Gorgeous!

Linda said...

Beautiful picture and quote both! The sky is outstanding in that picture as well as the tree!

jmb said...

An excellent photo and truly art.

letha said...

There's no better art

Jenn in Holland said...

Incredible shot friend. Really, stunning.
I am so inspired by the quote too.
Wow.

Bongga Mom said...

Giraffes, my husband's favorite animal. Love it!

julie said...

Wonderful photo. Nothing like the real thing.

Have a great weekend! :)

Lynn said...

Nature's the best form of art. I love the picture of the barren tree and that giraffe.

Connie said...

I can't even imagine seeing that in person. Thanks for sharing.

Take care,
Connie
Mine is up.

GEWELS said...

Oh my God! Africa is my dream destination- I have always
wanted to go to Kruger.
Gorgeous, gorgeous shot.
Thanks for sharing it.

chelle said...

Beautiful!
That quote makes me happy!

Dragonheart said...

Gorgeous photo! Simply stunning!

TNChick said...

Wow, that is a stunning photo. Just wow.