I tried to crop these three photos to squares, but they insisted on remaining in a vertical format. Pictures can be stubborn that way. Continue reading “Leaves making ripples in the stream”
As I’ve said in other posts, the one benefit of getting up at sparrowfart in order to travel without wasting a whole day is that you get to see the dawn. And take pictures of it. So here are the pictures.
One of the things I love about autumn on the west coast is the fogs. Oh, they can make the days dull and grey, but they also leave everything festively strewn with tiny glorious glittering drops. And when you get both sun and fog—well. Continue reading “Autumn fogs”
Another benefit of getting up really, really early and walking between ferries.
Well, the drought is certainly over. The question is whether we’ll see enough moments when it’s not raining to get yard work done before next summer. Right now that’s looking iffy.
But actually it did stop for a while today, so I managed to get out for a dogwalk and take a few pictures. Unsurprisingly, the pictures all involve water. Here’s the first one.
I keep taking pictures of this water feature along the Nanaimo seawall, for obvious reasons. But I can’t decide which of these pictures I like best.
Today in the middle of the afternoon we went for a walk in the woods. Strong sunlight and dark shadows make photography challenging, but I got a few shots I liked. These are some of them: all taken of a slow, low stream. Continue reading “Stream lightshow”
This is to soothe us after that rather unsettling previous post.
I’m actually more taken by the abstract shapes of the lighter areas than the rock itself.
Pictures taken a couple of days ago, in a sunny break between rainstorms. The ripples are caused by the dripping from the overhanging willow tree. Continue reading “Ripples”
Despite the help on Tuesday, I did manage to take a picture I liked.
This puddle wasn’t frozen.