Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

As soon as I saw the title of this weeks challenge, I instantly thought of a recent post I had published entitled And Now, The End Is Near.  It was a collection of photos I took at the end of the summer as the sun was setting over our lake up near Oxford, Wisconsin.  Because of the time of day, the pictures were very much a silhouette of our last few moments on the lake for the summer.  But it seemed too easy.  I had just posted them less than a month ago.

So instead, for this week I will be traveling a little farther back.  Almost two years to be exact.  To our honeymoon trip to Ireland, and a stop in the middle of the island at the Rock of Cashel.  It was a cool foggy morning, and yes, it had just snowed.  As a result, we could not climb up to the rock, but I was able to snap this haunting picture.

Despite the ice and snow, it was really a great trip.  If you would like to read more out it, just look for the tab maked Our Treacherous Ireland Holiday.

And for more Silhouette picture, go to:

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/10/19/weekly-photo-challenge-silhouette/

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  7. Mysterious… I like this shot. 😉

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