I saw this in the parking lot at the grocery store recently and I confess I fully appreciated the owner’s sense of humor – the play on the ubiquitous #saltlife prominently featured on cars and trucks here, the “Rat-rod” and “Rust Bucket” emblazoned on the tailgate, and the “Yes it’s real rust and I’m not painting it” declaration on the rear window. I think perhaps I most appreciated the way […]
Here’s another shot I snapped during a photo walk with my daughter in our neighborhood. She and I both were intrigued at the way the setting sun seemed to light the cloud from within.
I’m not sure what kind of flower this is but I really just liked the vibrant yellow orange color and the little hint of green from the leaves.
Maybe the colors spoke to me because there was the tiniest hint of fall in the air with just a wisp of coolness to relieve the normally high humidity that is so common in Florida.
I took this picture of my dog Wrigley on a walk in our neighborhood just as an experiment using aperture priority on my new-ish camera.
There is something about the colors in this photograph that appeal to me: the pink tip of her tongue, the green of my neighbor’s lawn, the gray asphalt, and Wrigley’s brown and white patches. I also love to imagine what she was thinking.
I caught a glimpse of the bright pink sky out of my bedroom window so of course I grabbed my camera and headed outside to shoot a few pics. This is one of my favorites. I love how saturated the pinks are and the how they melt into violet and then blue. I also really like how the fringed edges of the dark palm fronds contrast with the vivid sky.
The salad I made for lunch today was so colorful, I couldn’t resist snapping a pic!
I took several shots from the balcony of a restaurant as the sun slowly sank into the sea in Cefalù. I love how the sun’s rays turn the underside of the clouds into burning embers.