Project 365 Learnings | Water Smartweed by Kayak This smartweed image was captured while kayaking along the edge of a small lake on the fourth of July. Sometimes, weeds make nice dramatic images. This smartweed seems too beautiful to be considered a weed. To learn more about what I have learned after completing five Project 365 projects, see Project 365 Learnings | a 7 Image Story.
Snow B&W | Fire & Ice On a cold winter night, this trusty fire plug stands ready for duty. To see the entire story with all seven images, go to Snow B&W | a 7 Image Story.
On a Clear Day | Northbound For the midwest, it’s a clear day, CAVU. In fact, it seldom gets better in the skies over northwestern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. To see the entire story with all seven images, go to On a Clear Day | a 7 Image Story.
On a Clear Day | a 7 Image Story Most people like a clear day. Some days are obviously clearer than others. These 7 images represent some of my clearest days, although not the absolute clearest. (My clearest day was in Alaska while flying northwest out of Fairbanks.) We also expect more from images on a clear day. They are supposed to be good. After all, it was a sunny, clear day. These images also come from some of my favorite places: the Grand Tetons, the Badlands, Wind Cave, Yellowstone, Montana, and flying.
The Grand Tetons get many clear mornings. Low lying fog along the Snake River still lingers for this mid morning image. Fall color in Teton country provides many contrasts between the flats and the mountains. The lone tree has been one of my most frequent subjects in one of my favorite national parks, Wind Cave. The Montana countryside is clear and filled with contrasts. With hay stacked sky-high, the Bridger Mountains stand many miles in the background. Northbound along the southeastern shore of Lake Michigan, it’s a clear day, CAVU. Reflect on the grandeur. Rocks at the Badlands are truly inspiring with their stark contrasts and large rock formations. The great plains are known for their thunderstorms. Sure, this Storm over the Badlands was a very lucky click to capture the lightning. Although Yellowstone is not necessarily known for its mountains, the mountains help put the rainbow in perspective.
Each image will be posted individually this week with a bit more narrative under category On a Clear Day.
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Snow Makes the Image | Lakefront Ice Walkabout Fresh, deep snow over the ice makes for a beautiful, yet exhausting ice cold walkabout. To see the entire story with all seven images, go to Snow Makes the Image | a 7 Image Story.
Reflections on 2017 | Lake Sunset This sunset image was captured after the sun set, just before last light. Notice the shutter speed just under a second. To see the entire story with all seven images, go to Reflections on 2017 | a 7 Image Story.
Reflections on 2017 | Water Smartweed Sometimes, weeds make great dramatic images. This water smartweed, captured in the shadows at the edge of a small lake, might be one such image. It’s just too beautiful to be considered a weed. This perennial plant, sometimes considered a weed, has a terrestrial form and an aquatic form. It may be an aquatic plant, growing submerged or floating in water bodies such as ponds, streams, and marshes. It may be a terrestrial plant grow in muddy and wet areas as well as moist spots on land like meadows. This plant was captured while kayaking on the fourth of July. To see the entire story with all seven images, go to Reflections on 2017 | a 7 Image Story.
Think Snow This images may depict what seems like deep snow. Still, it takes lots of snow for goods skiing. Think nice cool thoughts to help bring a little new snow each day. Even a few inches of powder is better than none.