Russian Tall Ship coming into the harbour yesterday.
the four Tulsa County Master Gardeners last birthday lunch of the year:
A somewhat less majestic sailing vessel in Honduras
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetary, San Diego, CA
The back of our house with fall leaves.
What a shot, Jodi! I love its ethereal nature. That's a once in a lifetime catch.
And Big...I love the colors in your back yard. You've posted some great Fall photos lately that remind me of my own corner of the world. I've enjoyed/appreciated them. I just didn't have time to stop long enough to compliment you...so consider this an all encompassing compliment. ;-)
Anne, our photo class was on our way to the Cabrillo Lighthouse and stopped to take in the amazing sight of the cemetery under a shroud of fog. I took about 200 photos. Later in the morning, after visiting the lighthouse, we drove by and the fog had completely lifted leaving a view that looked nothing like above. It was really interesting to see. Wish we had stopped for some "after" photos.
I'm a writer, Jodi...amongst other interests...and that shot just pushes my imagination. I've stopped to stare at it several times today because it just speaks to me. You're very talented. You should let your imagination create a companion for that photo. And...if you do...I'd love to read whatever you create. It's an amazing shot...making time stop. You have a wonderful "eye".
Jodi...I agree...the mist and comp are amazing!
I'm praticing with still lifes and texture...
Wow, today's pics makes mine of the "kids" playing pretty tame!
They were running around like crazy, then I didn't hear anything. I went to investigate, and Bud is playing Peek-a-boo with Smudge. The part that made me laugh out loud is that the box, (and Smudge) are on top of a bookcase. Not a high one, but nevertheless, they knew the box was up there.
Lake Cresent, Washington
Thank you Anne and Nicole for the kind words. Anne, I'm no writer, trust me, but please feel free to write something yourself using the photo as a companion piece and then share it with the KT. Oh my, that would be so cool.