Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Santa Monica Pier

16 comments:

altadenahiker said...

Champagne, champagne, and more champagne.

Virginia said...

Champagne? Did someone mention champagne? And I would like to sip my bubbles right here and gaze at that gorgeous colored reflection you captured K. Oh my goodness. Like Christmas lights.
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Petrea said...

That makes three of us. This shot's so gorgeous it almost makes that water look drinkable.

Laurie said...

This captures the mood on that very beach, all those nights of my youth. NIcely done, K.

altadenahiker said...

K will never post color again if we insist on sounding so girly.

Tash said...

Another colorful wonder.

AArtVark said...
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AArtVark said...

Looks like someone sprinkled it with a little pixie dust - is Tinkerbell under the pier?

D.C. Confidential said...

Love the colors on this one. Very Monet.

Lally said...

Hey man, you are now among the gods of photography. Every image you put up is so stunning and uniquely compelling, I can't think of another photographer, including my all time favorites, who have such breadth and depth. I genuflect to your skill and artistry brother. They should invent a new photography prize just for your work.

Ken Mac said...

what is that movie wiht william holden....where the girl in glasses gets murdered on an island? or is that strangers on a train?

gavin hart said...

Really lovely reflections and vibrant colors.

The Artful Eye said...

Fantastic. This is the best side of the Santa Monica Pier I have ever seen.

altadenahiker said...

Strangers on a Train. Somebody Granger. Yes, the island and the carnival...

Petrea said...

Farley Granger. After his film career he had a career on the soaps for a while. He's still alive, you can find him on IMDb.com.

Laurie said...

I found creepy Robert Walker's character in Strangers on a Train the most compelling.