Today is the 1st day of the month of June 2012 and like all other 1st day of the past months I capture the morning sun as it’s rising. Today it’s behind the clouds so this is what my 1st morning of the month looks like. I decided to use it for the Weekly Photo Challenge: TODAY.
It isn’t one of my best photos but it is what it is and, of course, I didn’t expect to enter it in a challenge. The morning had the potential of a downpour and the blur there is a bird passing by.
Weekly Photo Challenge 2012: Two Subjects
*Windsurfer and Duck – two subject composition
The windsurfer uses the natural wind currents of the air to get along the surface of the water. The duck uses natural wind currents to help it migrate. These two subjects are taking advantage of the same wind currents to get to the place they want to be.
“Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I: but when the trees bow down their heads, the wind is passing by.” ~ Christina Georgina Rossetti
*Disclaimer: The above photo was captured as seen. It is not “photoshopped”. The
goose duck was seen only after reviewing photo.
postaday Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged 2
This is a picture of various buildings arranged and sitting on 1st Avenue North in the Nashville downtown area. Across the street is Riverfront Park where Nashville’s yearly July 4th celebrations occur. The park is being expanded to the other side of the river to include an open play space for children, fountains, wetlands, plazas, piers, spraygrounds, and boardwalks. The new expanded area will be ten times the size of the first park area.
A collection of photos showing Through:
through – preposition: 1) in at one end, side, or surface and out at the other. 2) past, beyond. 3) from one to the other of; between or among the individual members or parts of. 4) over the surface of, by way of, or within the limits or medium of. 5) during the whole period of.
“When the boat comes to the bridge, it will go through; when the cart gets to the mountains, there will be a way to get over them.” ~ Unknown
I'm grateful to make it through another day, to see another sunset.
This photo represents something very unusual to me. I’ve never seen anything like it before.
I don’t know the name of this tree nor do I know what it looks like when it has leaves on it. I will take another photo later in the Spring to compare the two.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual
Those spikey things hanging from the branches reminds me of Christmas ornaments.
Anyone know the name of this tree and its spikey things?
Did you notice that the power lines aren’t competing with the subject? Nice, isn’t it?