I have three images of Fall colors, (sort of.)
I shot these last week when I was in Maquoketa.
The Maquoketa River after it has passed through the Hurstville Dam.
This image is from the new recreational development called Prairie Creek.
I can’t pass up a bare tree sitting in a fertile field.
Enjoy your day and be careful.
I didn’t have any plans for lunch yesterday so grabbed a quick salad at Subway and while there I ran into one of my friends so we shared the biggest portion of the lunch hour.
I had brought my camera with me so took a long road back to work. I have a couple of images for you today. This is the Hurstville Dam. It never ceases to amaze me how running water can freeze.
I like to photograph weeping willows. Not a truly inspiring couple of images but it felt very good to have the camera in my hand and up to my eye. Hopefully this weekend I can get something of interest for you.
That’s it for today.
Enjoy your day, stay warm, and be careful.
Happy, Happy Friday!
I have made images of this Hurstville Dam many times in all sorts of weather, but I never cease to be amazed how water can freeze while in rapid motion. I didn’t have a meeting or lunch engagement yesterday, so even though there was a pretty good snow storm going I grabbed my camera and headed out. By the time I got something to eat and started looking for images the snow had intensified and the roads were greasy so I didn’t have many options.
It feels like I’ve fallen into my Winter time rut earlier than usual this year. Maybe all I need is a long vacation. 🙂
I captured this lone goose last weekend. He was with other geese and assorted ducks but I tried to isolate him from the rest. I know that Jeanne and Betty love geese images so this one is for them.
That’s all I have for today. The cupboard is bare. Perhaps I’ll find some inspiration tomorrow and restock.
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.