A while ago, I took a trip to…well, just get out of the house, really. I figured I’d do a little shopping (and by “a little” I mean “a little” since I’m broke more often than not), and on my way home, I spotted a neat scene.
The sun was setting and I noticed this little ice jam, so I pulled over, grabbed my camera, and took a few shots.
I don’t pull over to take pictures as often as I’d like. I should probably get into the habit of doing that. I’ve actually passed up quite a few good shots.
Until next time…
A week or so ago, I took a hike through the trails of the nearest state park (which is a bit dangerous this time of year due to hunting season, but fear not! I had on my blaze orange!). What interested me as I was hiking, was the fact that I came across several puddles that were frozen as well as several others in close proximity that weren’t. It made me wonder why one puddle would freeze while another of the same size and depth relatively close by wouldn’t. I‘m sure there‘s some fancy scientific reason for this, but damn it Jim, I‘m a photographer, not a scientist!
Anyway, the frozen puddles had some cool abstract designs flowing through them so I stopped and took a few pictures.
Art isn’t the only thing that can be abstract! [-_^]
Until next time….