First I set the camera to a 2 second delay, pressed the shutter and then began swinging it very slowly as I walked by a holiday light display. And…yes…it was sprinkling rain. I always giggle at every resulting shot and then force Chris to look at them all. Poor guy 🙂
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red rock fantasy
If you’re a child at heart, or have children/grandchildren, Sedona’s Red Rock Fantasy is a must see. Below are a few squiggly lines, as Chris calls them 🙂
I applied the Fractalius filter to the above tree image for added fun.
I had a very early errand this morning so I grabbed this shot from my car window.
What you’re looking at is a sandy wash with some debris and small shrubs.
(ISO 100, 1/4th sec at f/27, 200mm)
Palo Verde Trunk
This Foothill Palo Verde trunk caught my attention yesterday. The Foothill PV is usually easy to identify because of the horizontal banding on the bark. The motion was added by zooming my lens as I snapped the shutter. I then added some more color and contrast.