Sunday, August 24, 2008

Lake Vincent















18 comments:

Jenni said...

I love looking at others' photography blogs. Have you played with Lightroom yet? It is fun. I have had Photoshop for years and only just discovered Lightroom. Thanks for stopping by today.

dabrah said...

Fabulous photos. What a stark scene, all those dead cars.
Sarah, I did take a picture of the pedestrian bridge and I've added a new post with it in just for you. I hope it's the right one.

Bookfool said...

Fabulous photos! I just found you through the comments at Lynne's Little Corner of the World and I was so surprised to see a "Brit Gal" is living in Oklahoma. Are you in Alva? I'm from Ponca City, but now live in Mississippi. I'd rather be in OK, any day, but there's lots to photograph in MS!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Thank you for your comments, this was a wonderful photography opportunity on my doorstep.

mrsnesbitt said...

I too am thinking about an SLR camera and also the photoshop elements! Hmmmmmmm yes, could learn lots from you!
Do check out our ABC Wednesday...you'd enjoy it. It;s I on Wednesday!

Sara G said...

Great photo's. I have had a really good time looking through your site.
Thanks for commenting on mine!
Take care

Virtual Voyage said...

Wow - this could be an elephant's graveyard. Very effective captures - could translate into powerful oil painting. I carry a Canon IXUS in my pocket when I go out....

The Tile Lady said...

Wonderful photos! My daughter would particularly love the B&W. The cars are neat, but my favorite is the "middle" one of the lake.

The Tile Lady said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting!

Pearl Maple said...

Great selection of photos for sky watch friday, thank you for sharing your view of the horizon and your kind comments on my post earlier.

Leedra said...

I love your photography. I took just went DSLR in late February 2008. I have Photoshop Elements, still in the box, never loaded.

I have given you an award, please come by to retrieve, display, and pass along.

NovaS said...

hmmmm..that's too much horrible happen huh... but love the photos they are just so perfectly well

Whitney said...

What great shots!! Those cars are so interesting looking and I like how you did some of them in black and white!

Lara said...

what a place! you did a good job "covering" this lake like a story :)!

Catherine said...

I can't believe it!
Now I have to see where is placed Lake St Vincent. All these abandoned cars gives an impression of desolation.

Catherine said...

That's an artificial lake, isn't it?

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Catherine - no it feels from a natural spring actually

DJ Kirkby said...

Ah the abandoned cars look sad...:(