I’ve been busy with the little piece of demon-tech I call my phone. I still maintain having a toler/hate relationship with the plastic bastard…but he does have a bit of charm.
It’s all in his lens.
The leaves are turning here in guitar-town. I figured I’d share a bit of pretty with you guys today…
My pictures are still ‘prune-y’
I manage to take a shot like this a couple of times a year. There’s just something about the wooziness of water on the glass of the windshield of my car that screams “YES” to my photographic eye. I love the way the water wrinkles the shot.
Before you get the thought that everything is wet & gloomy, however…here’s another favorite of my settings. The iron fence surrounding the big cemetery in town always provides an interesting foreground when fall colors come out.
Someone with more knowledge of plant life is gonna have to tell me what these berries are. They’re pretty to look at, contrast nicely against the pink leaves, but I’ve no idea what they’re called…outside of photogenic…
The people who planned out the decorative elements of the Fox River Walkway loved this prairie grass – it’s everywhere. It grows long and proud up here, and gives the walkway users a touch of separation between the walk and the downtown parking areas. It also photographs nicely when backed by the sun.
Decorative iron is so much fun to use in photography. This is also taken along the Fox River Walkway.
Am I the only one who see the heart in the middle of this spiderweb? I’m guessing if the spider who wove this had more time, and good command of the English language, he’d have finished with with an “I” above the center, and “Flies” underneath.