Whoa -- I wouldn't want to be a cat trying to nap in that room!I posted a WW today. Please feel free to visit (http://tinyurl.com/ameerb), and enter my contest while you're there. Thanks.
What an interesting place! Where is it? Yummy photos.
Nice pictures - where is this place?
Wow. That looks like a place I stayed for my 50th birthday on the Columbia Gorge outside Portland, OR.So beautiful ... makes me want to return!Cameo @-->-->---
I love the soothing feel of wood. You captured it perfectly.........................:)
This is similar to a "chill out" room at the spa I used to go to in Switzerland. What a great place.
There's something wonderfully relaxing about this room. I guess I'm longing for the lazy days of summer.
What a beautiful room! And that canoe light is amazing.
All of these photos are so warm & inviting. They make me want to snuggle up somewhere & take a nap:)
Talk about a warm feeling! You've captured its ambient light perfectly to convey just that. And what a neat idea to make a canoe into a fixture...
Now that looks like a room I could spend hours in! Beautiful.
The fire and the wooden walls has me wanting to be there.
Wonderful shots! Thanks for visiting my Muskoka blog!
Fun! I LOVE rocking chairs! I could have a good time in there ;0) Oh, and to have a fireplace again...heaven!
Gorgeous! I think I could stand to spend some time by myself in a room like this. (*I'd try out all the rockers and take a ginormous amount of photos.) lol
What a beautiful place. I just want to relax in one of those rockers. The wood is absolutely gorgeous. Nice shots!! :D
Wonderful series, they go together perfectly:)
Oh niiiiice...I can feel the warm all the way down here umpity-hundred miles away. Hard to believe you got this kind of resolution and noiselessness at ISO 3200 though! I've never shot that high ever! My camera will do it, I've just never felt the need. That's amazing. (All I can think of is that ISO 3200 film that Konica put out for a while that had golf balls for grain. Or maybe it was Agfa that put that out... No, I think it was Konica. Pretty sure... I digress.)Love the angles you use (they're kind of your signature after all) and the color temp is perfect.
WOW! I love your angles! Great capture:)
Love the first shot, with all the golden light captured inside the canoe! What is this room? Who needs that many rocking chairs?
I love the warmth that goes out from all of these pictures!! All I need now, is a blanket, a glass of wine and a good book!
What an awesome place!I love all that wood!
Beautiful and well shot!I am trying to do more with the light catches.The woody tones in these shots are stunning...I think it is a place I would love.TJ
Hey what a fun and relaxing place. Is it near me?It must have been your photos that has finally got the weather to warm up around here.CChttp://catherinemariecalvetti.com
I love wood ... these photos are 'kewl' ... you always capture such interesting perspectives in your pictures!Hugs and blessings,
Just found your blog and your wonderful talent!
Looks like a warm and inviting lodge somewhere... you've captured the mood wonderfully!