Cartoon character in a plastic airplane.
Backlight provided by computer monitor.
A receding sheet of ice reveals the concrete underneath.
The ground is thirsty.
Cold, hard steel for children to play with.
Scene from “The Notebook”.
An alternative title that came to mind was “Face Off”.
Mirrors on mirrors.
A closeup view of a cheese grater. A single offset light provided a high contrast surface.
Driving through the New Mexico desert.
Just your day-to-day trash along the side of the road.
During the winter, my running shoes see very little action, except for the occasional photo opportunity. (Oh, who am I kidding? They don’t really see much more action during the summer, either, if we’re being honest.) :-)
Sitting on the kitchen counter, illuminated by an iPad.
I guess I’ve started something of a “pattern” theme this week.
Peering through a set of child/animal gates.
Once again, it’s laundry day. View through a laundry basket with illuminated poster board behind it.
Hanging against a tree.
Sunning himself in the middle of the highway.
An alternative title might be “HOLY $#!& I NEED TO BE SOMEWHERE AND STILL NEED A 365 PHOTO FOR TODAY!”. :-)
(A) Put camera on tripod. (B) Point camera down. (C) Point task light down over tripod leg. (D) Cover ugly tan carpet with ugly pink poster board. (E) Open aperture wide. (F) Click.
To be precise, a bottle of Tide “free & gentle” HE liquid laundry detergent, 150 fluid ounces. (CAUTION: Eye Irritant. Harmful if swallowed.)
Into the depths of a dollar-store candle.
A simple idea resulted in a lot of experimentation this evening.
Viewed through a magnifying glass.
The Santa Fe National Cemetery, as the sun sets in the west and the moon rises in the east.
The old gray mare just ain’t what she used to be.
Just a minor tweak here.
Random items from the kitchen.
The scavenger hunt continues.
The sun drops low in the sky on this first day of the year.