At a basketball game, the defense is jumping up and down trying to not let the offense score. It was quite an amazing jump. The teams played very hard to the end, but one had to win and that was my team.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays Near my house, there is a house that has many Christmas decorations. Some of them more floating in the air. It almost looks like the ornament is just there in the air with nothing holding it.
Wet and Dry
On the sides of the waterfall ice had formed, in some part better than others. I captured the edge of the ice where it meets the rock. The bottom must be partially gone because we can see the air pocket where the ice meets the rock.
In the same place as yesterday's picture, the center of the waterfall was flowing and not solid. The water came out of the overhang and splashed a little. I set my shutter speed high and took a picture of the 'flying' water.
During the same time as the Icy River, the rain made many rivers and many good photography opportunities. Like the last one and the many photographs following, this rainstorm is going to be the star of the website.
Thanks again Caroline G., sometimes a little lamppost is helpful in the night. This is exactly what she did. I don't know if it was actually dark or if she just made it dark, but the light and dark contrast is one of the best I've seen.
Tip of the hat to Henry M. In this picture, we can see a cactus, which I don't see everyday, and a dark, absolutely beautiful sky. He took the picture from the bottom, which adds some more character to the picture.
During a little rain storm, some water rushed down the side of a street. I call it "icy" because the water was icy cold and I was wearing open toe shoes. Does anyone see the tiny circles (or raindrops) in the stream?
Thanks to Chris C., we can see water and the sun, two words I thought I would never say in a sentence. In this picture they mix perfectly together, the specks of water on the leaves are beautiful.
Thanks Caroline G. for this great picture. The camera is leveled right on the ground, perfect for a shot of someone walking. To make the picture even better, she put it in black and white. What a cool picture!
Thanks to my friend Chris C., I have this amazing picture of the ocean and a fishing rod. What goes better? I like how the line is neon orange and the ocean is, obviously, blue. It's a really good contrast of light and dark.