Friday, January 16, 2009

Canon Fodder...


Everyday I think I can't possibly get any more pictures from around our local lake during my walks.
Most days it turns out that I'm wrong.
I suppose the trick is to walk when the light is right, which is usually about 45 minutes before night arrives (unless you wake when the sun rises, which I avoid when it's cold).
The other day we had a "fog rolling in" sunset which made for some cool lighting...
We also had an afternoon with a rainbow which filled all 180 degrees of an arc.
Where is a super wide angle when you need one?





















































6 comments:

Sweeti said...

Everyday is a new day and a new picture, Your photographic eye is losing limits and developing nicely, I like your points of focus and it's making for more interesting pictures. Good job.

Jeannie said...

Gorgeous as always. I love the trees silouette (sp?)

dogbait said...

Great photos as usual. Sure you're not pinching them from the net?

Cheesy said...

Things that make me go ..ahhhhhhhhhhh

Jean said...

My favorites are the 2 reflections and the rainbow (if it matters).
Photo opportunities never end since life is always moving, changing...and our perspective changes right along with it.

I always look forward to seeing what you see so far away from here.

kario said...

Man, those two trees in photo #3 look like mirror images of each other - very cool stuff, Scott!