….., is when things are almost there to be in touch of the unknown Universe.
All that might be trees, flowers or a laundry line….
Fluttering laundry line in Italy
The Flat Iron building in New York City
Wedding balloons sending up to the sky
Where the sky meets in New York City
Wedding dress fluttering in the sky
Paper lanterns in Los Angeles
Seaweed in Cambria, California
Central Park, New York City
Grass at the Central Coast of California
” Looking up the sky, gives you more often a different perspective.”
In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site www.corneliaweber-photography.com
Yes I completely agree with these profound words, Cornelia. Awesome and lovely pictures. What a view from down below looking up to the sky.
Kamal, thank you for your kindness, indeed it’s quite interesting what one can see, when the camera is pointing up to the sky.
Yes I completely agree with your words, Cornelia. Welcome always dear. Have a great day.
Beautiful captures cornelia! Each and every photo tells a story.
Thank you so much Sumith, I am happy that viewed my “photo stories.” You know it’s quite interesting what one can see, when the camera is pointed to the sky.
OMG, I love this one.❤️❤️❤️
Awe, thank you so much my friend.
Some excellent images. It is hard to decide which one is the best! I will choose the one from NYC. Fifth Avenue!
Awe, thank you Arv, I appreciate your likings, the NY picture is one of my favorites as well. It’s quite interesting what one can see, when the camera is pointed up to the sky.
I have always been rewarded by changing perspective especially, looking up! 🙂
A wonderful collection of photos with a great variety of things pointing upward to the sky. Cornelia! Let us learn from plants, which are all stretching and pointing to the light above.
Thank you so much Peter, indeed it’s quite interesting what one sees, when the camera is pointed up to the sky.
Oh I love these! Nice work!
Thank you so much for stopping by.
Wonderful – to see the beauty in something common and to realize, nothing really is usual. Auf Deutsch würde ich sagen: gewöhnlich. 😉
Thank you Susanne, your comment is really interesting from your point of view. Ja ich Weiss gewoehnlich
I am still inspired by Dan Millman’s “Way of the peaceful warrior”, Cornelia. One of the “ever-lasting” movies/books! ⭐
Oh, I have to check this out, never heard of it. Thank you so much Susanne for the recommendation. Stay safe and healthy
A beautiful theme for a project. And I love the images you have captured touching the sky. Beautiful, Cornelia.
Thank you dear Otto, a collection from the world.
your posts are always glorious in text & pix, Cornelia! have I invited you already? — I’d love if you’d guest blog post for my site. if you’re so inclined, here’s a link to general guidelines: https://wp.me/p6OZAy-1eQ
Hi there, I have to apologize that I don’t know with which name I should address you. Thank you for inviting me for your guest blog, what would you like me to write about. Stay safe and healthy.
You know how to transform a simple scene into a beautiful one. Lovely pictures.
Awe, thank you Rekha, I am glad that you got to enjoy them.
I see sky images have its own beauty. I should try this too
Stay well in this days
Thank you so much for stopping by and your kind comment. Stay well and healthy.
Lovely shots 💕💕
Thank you for stopping by, Saania.
I am falling in love with your posts ❤️
Awe, thank you so much that is the sweetest compliment I have gotten.