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September Seventeenth Photograph by Lois Bryan

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Comments (25)

Michael Mazaika

Michael Mazaika

Looks like the "T" in the road where Mansfield Ave. intersects with the Smoketown Rd. In any case, great shot and sky, Lois. - Mike (V/F)

James Brunker

James Brunker

Lovely rural scene and lighting!

Juergen Hess

Juergen Hess

Terrific! Just as I love it, Lois.

Sharon Mayhak

Sharon Mayhak

Brilliant composition, Lois!! Loved your description as well. After reading it, I wonder if those storm clouds are related to what was or what is yet to come...?

Michaela Perryman

Michaela Perryman

Lovely

Michelle Meenawong

Michelle Meenawong

wow wonderful shot Lois l/f

Michaela Perryman

Michaela Perryman

Love this faved, congratulations on your features

Joan Bertucci

Joan Bertucci

So many contrasts Lois and they create an amazing visual! The green mixed with the autumn colors and the sunshine lighting up such a dramatic sky! Hope you made it home safely! L/F

Diamante Lavendar

Diamante Lavendar

Congratulations! Your wonderful art is being featured in Emotive Art Group! Please take a moment to visit the group and archive your work under the feature discussion link provided! ~Diamante

Colleen Taylor

Colleen Taylor

This is such a breathtaking shot Lois of your countryside near you. Fascinating history in your description!

Skip Willits

Skip Willits

Fine image, great title and explanation.

Stephen Thomas

Stephen Thomas

Gorgeous photo!

Mary Timman

Mary Timman

A sad piece of history but wow..such a beautiful landscape and perfect with that thundering sky. Magnificent capture. L/F

Roselynne Broussard

Roselynne Broussard

love this country road scene !!

Nancy Kane Chapman

Nancy Kane Chapman

Being from a pioneer West Virginia family, and staying there for six generations I can relate. So much history...my father's family for the North, my mother's for the South.. I so appreciate this beautiful view, your description and what this land can teach us if we listen. F/L

Mavicfe Victoria

Mavicfe Victoria

Excellent work! Spectacular the beautiful contrast of the sunlit trees with the dark stormy sky.

John M Bailey

John M Bailey

Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!" Sharing on Pinterest Board - Images That Excite You!

Lynn Hopwood

Lynn Hopwood

Wonderful scene with the dark sky!

Scott Kingery

Scott Kingery

Wonderful image, Lois. The storm about to be with the description of the storm from the past, nice counterpoint! L/F

Al Bourassa

Al Bourassa

Love that ominous sky. vlf

Randy Rosenberger

Randy Rosenberger

This piece of fine artwork has earned the honor of being chosen to show off to other artists and prospective buyers here in the Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery group. It is an honor to share this piece of well composed and beautiful art on our Featured section of our homepage. Thanks much for sharing! Liked and Faved Randy B. Rosenberger (administrator of the WFS group)

David Neace

David Neace

Congratulations, your work is featured on the homepage of "Created by Southern Artists

Brian Commerford

Brian Commerford

Lois, Your background story and the image itself , go together like a glove !

Lois Bryan replied:

Brian thanks so much ... this place always, always moves me ... I've never come away from here without a very strong emotional pull.

Chris Lord

Chris Lord

Love the contrast of dark clouds and sun illuminated foreground. It's so cool when that happens. Great capture Lois

Lois Bryan replied:

Thanks, Chris, it is cool when it happens. If i happen to be out and about with the camera, everything stops while I scurry around like a little mouse trying to get something interesting under that light!!!!!

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