Everyone seems to have responded to this theme in the same way; pictures of car head or tail lights both during the day and night. Well by now, y’all have gotten to know George, the perennial blog clown. For my response to the them “Car Lights” I’m giving you some pictures of “No Car Lights”. 😀
And here’s a T-bucket that hasn’t hidden his lights including a big ole fog light.
So there you have it folks, “No Car Lights” and “Car Lights”.
A couple of weeks ago, Barb and I took a Sunday afternoon ride to St. Pete. On the way home, we stopped at the Skyway south rest area and parked in the picnic area for a little while. We totally enjoyed the cooler weather. How Sweet it was! Always having a camera with me, I had my Coolpix P7000; I decided to see how I could do with meeting one of our 52 week themes. I think that these two photos certainly fit the first theme “At a Distance”.
This panorama includes the Sunshine Skyway Bridge all the way around to the St. Petersburg skyline and includes Tropicana Field “At a Distance”. (click on the picture to enlarge it)
Recently I was out in my backyard enjoying the beautiful fall weather when some or our resident and migrating birds decided to put on an air show. Of course, by the time I got back with my camera, the show was over and all that remained was this four engine bird followed by an Anhinga “High Above” our pond.
During the morning I observed a pilot friend of mine practicing competitive aerobatics with his plane “High Above” the Manatee County Radio Control aircraft park.
Earlier that morning I was fortunate enough to get a photo of one of the “Suburban Eagles” who maintains an alternate nest “High Above” US-301 on a cell tower in Parrish.
Can you see him up there? He’s sure “High Above” US-301.
Recently, the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office held their 29th annual Flight to the North Pole benefit car show. This raises money to provide a Christmas Party for terminally ill children. Barb and I wandered around the parking lot at the Sheriff’s Office looking at and taking pictures of the different cars on display. One of our 52-Week Photo Challenge Themes is “Differences”. Here are three different 1923 Ford “T-Buckets”. Even though they are the same model year, each owner has customized his car to his own individual ideas. As you can see there are may “Differences”.