The remodeling jobs are winding down, but there is cleanup and then I have to get my hanging pots going outdoors. Since I am drinking decaf now, I don't have enough same size coffee cans for my usual steps, so I will have to come up with another idea.
All the CUTIES (clementines or madarin oranges or a cross, depending on who you ask) photos are straight out of the camera and were really an interesting study of light coming in a kitchen window.
Two pieces were lying on the counter and the light fascinated me when I viewed different angles. So the only thing that moved in the multiple photos is me and the camera. I think there is a subtle mood change in a couple of them.
The forsythia is the first to open in my yard. There were 4 in one day.
|Daffodils In Yucca|
The moon photo is a poor representation of what I saw. I am going to have to read up on taking full moons. I think it involves a tripod and long exposure
When I first saw the moon it was at a dangerous Flippin AR intersection. It was barely peeking over the horizon; its color was darker then the clementines, nearly red. I have never seen a moon so colorful. By the time I got home it had risen and much of the color diminished.
|Full Moon 03/09/2012|
PHOTOS: NitWit1 unless otherwise attributed.
STRAIGHT OUT OF CAMERA (lLight and camera perspective study)
|This comes close to being my favorite, but would have|
preferred the label been facing camera, and left
Cutie not chopped off.
|The light shining or reflecting through the two Cuties|
obliterated the bottom of the second Cutie. WEIRD!