Stormy Autumn

Karol Livote


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Cambridge, ON - Canada

Wonderful capture, Karol!!! Gorgeous colors and composition of this awesome portrayal of the forces of nature! V/F/T/G+

Walnut Creek, CA - United States

Great capture Karol, really glad that isn't my driveway :) V

Iola, WI - United States

It is a sad sight to see so much natural demolition, however, even out of disaster, you can find something positive, and I don't mean that negatively. This is quite a capture and somewhat beautiful in its aftermath way, even with the destruction of the trees. Thanks for sharing, as there are many more gruesome losses, you could have posted. Thanks for sharing this one only! You did a great capture, however! voted

Karol Livote replied:

I truly appreciate your comments Randy, and I totally understand what you mean!! I have many captures that show much more damage especially of the coast. I did not want to post any of them, but this is just showed me the beauty of nature in the aftermath, also a scene we are getting very use to!! Thanks, Randy!

Daytona Beach, FL - United States

Wonderful image Karol!! f/v

Karol Livote replied:

Thanks, Deborah

Co.Antrim, No - United Kingdom

Wonderful capture Karol, of the aftermath, looked awful on the news!

Karol Livote replied:

It was and still is very awful! Thanks, Roy!

Lowell, OR - United States

beautiful capture!! v/f

Karol Livote replied:

Thanks, Ernest

Lakeland, FL - United States

and this is beautiful even in it's state of ravage..

Karol Livote replied:

Thanks, Sharon

Harlowton, MT - United States

Having spent the majority of my life in a business where every whim of Mother Nature is joy, sadness, devistation, or wonder, I can relate to this very accurate portrayal of nature's capricious and powerful character.

Karol Livote replied:

Thank you, Mia!

Fort Collins, CO - United States

visit from Sandy? fv

Karol Livote replied:

Yep, this is a sight that we here in New England are getting very use too! Thanks, Ric

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