Thursday, November 17, 2016

Contrasts

I often walk this same path; sometimes I take a camera and sometimes I don't. These two photos were taken just a few days apart from the same general area although the compositions are quite a bit different.




On the foggy day, I espied a gaggle on the water, so I snapped a picture from the bush before I went any closer. I figured they would scatter once I got closer, and I was right. Meanwhile, you can see how low the water is as the geese are almost entirely out of the water in the middle of the stream: not that it is ever deep around here, but this is really low these days.


That's all. I don't have much to offer these days.

10 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

wow, standing out there. i hope your drought ends soon.

Marie Smith said...

Moments of peace, FG. Beautiful.

Tabor said...

I like to try and sneak up on geese in the fog.

Mara said...

Oh my, that is low!

Love the second photo. So full of mystery!

Silver Willow said...

You are SUCH a talent. :)

Vicki Lane said...

That third shot is magical.

Mage said...

Anything like that will do very well.

Shammickite said...

I like those foggy days. The air seems so soft.

Jenn Jilks said...

The water is still terribly low, isn't it?
The snow won't help much, unless it lasts.

I'd rather leave hubby at home than my camera! (He knows it, too!) :-Q

Kay said...

This reminds me of Monet painting pictures of the same thing in different times of the day and seasons. The colors and light is so different.