One day last week I glanced out at the front lawn and Mr. & Mrs. Sand H. Crane and their youngster happened to be eating lunch out in our yard. Of course my first thought was to get a camera and take a picture as this was the perfect example of “Family Table”.
This theme has been a problem for me from day one. I think that I’ve finally been able to come up with a fair example of “Sun Flare”. I particularly like the first image in the tree, however, the second image with the various colored dots is intriguing. I believe the dots are caused by a dirty filter and the suns’ reflection off the dust particles on my filter. Guess I need to clean it.
Here I am again, behind by about 3 weeks. Oh well, let’s see if I can catch up. It seems like I have less time to do things since I retired, than when I was working. 🙂
Yesterday was a fitting day for one of our themes, “When the Wind Blows” and to me, nothing is more beautiful than our flag blowing in the wind.
And there you have it – “When the Wind Blows”, so blows the flag.
Back in early April as I was wandering around my yard and attending my butterfly garden, I happened to look “Way Down Low” and low and behold there was a new Monarch butterfly on a Scarlet Milkweed plant stretching and drying his wings. In order for me to capture this phenomenon, I had to get “Way Down Low” on my robust belly to get the proper perspective and point of view as I took this picture.
This morning just before leaving for work, I heard Barb say Oh! Wow! Look at that sky. I went to the door and upon seeing the sky, I immediately thought Oh! Wow! The Color Pink is one of the themes of our 52-week photo challenge. So, I grabbed the camera and took a couple of shots before the color disappeared.