Friday, April 1, 2011

Theme Day: Edges

A view of Phoenix looking over the edge of South Mountain.

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21 comments:

Kathy said...

I award you a blue ribbon (and you know how much clout that carries!) for this shout! I love it. It has a lot of edginess!

Kathy said...

Make that shot instead of shout. I guess I'm just in a rhyming mood today!

JM said...

Wonderfully composed shot, Sharon!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

You have interpreted the "edge" theme and applied it to Phoenix on a macro level. Julie did so on micro level. Great view and insertion of an architectural edge.

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Super shot, Sharon so thank you for sharing! It really is rather incredible. What a valley packed with people and houses and stores and ...

Nathalie said...

How absolutely spectacular Sharon!
That shot certainly gives a good idea of your city and fits the theme really well.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent choice. you hiked up a ways I see

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting shot, angle or 'edge'. MB

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Re your question on Ocala: I really have no idea about the "silo." But I think I'll try to find out.

Randy said...

I love this spot!

Magpie said...

Great edgy shot. :)
Have a wonderful weekend!

Jarart said...

Wow! Now that's an edge!

Jilly said...

That's some shot, Sharon showing the foreground and background so wonderfully. Indeed it is looking over the edge. Super for today, super for any day!

cieldequimper said...

Wohoo, that is fantastic!!!

RedPat said...

Fabulous shot Sharon! What a view!

Jack said...

Terrific shot, Sharon. In a funny way, the stones in the structure echo the buildings way below.

Stephanie said...

Fantastic! What a gorgeous view!

Bob Crowe said...

Phoenix amazes me. All that sprawl, flatness, heat and sun. This is a very good depiction.

Regina K said...

That is how I think of edges!!!

Irina said...

Fantastic photo. I love panoramas.

Kate said...

This shot is really unusual. It's interesting that my eye is drawn to the distant city and the ribbon highway (?) rather than the foreground.