The other morning, I looked out the window and there was this lovely rainbow glowing over our pedestrian walkway. Later in the evening, I captured (on film , of course) a bald eagle. Maybe I can work that shot into next week’s challenge. It was a really good day.
Here is the CMA CGM T. Roosevelt, the largest container ship to travel up the Savannah River to the port of Savannah. Note the “layers” of containers on its deck. The ship exited the river a few days later looking completely different. It rode higher in the water (carrying paper products, from what I heard) and all the containers were the same. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a second picture.
For my shine, let’s go with birds….although for me, it can be any critter out there.
Don’t ask how many times, hubby and I are traveling in the car (He drives.) and I yell “Ooh, look” and he thinks death is imminent. Then I get scolded when I say, “what a beautiful bird.” But he still says, he loves me.
So here are a few bird pictures I have taken in the past couple of days. I hope you enjoy.
I’ve been trying to get better at taking night pictures. Basically right now, I’m bad. But that said, I have gotten some interesting out-of-focus results. I share two with you below.
This one is a pelican in flight. It was late dusk and he was flying as part of a pair. I have cropped and used a filter on the photo and actually like the result, it was not what I intended, but that’s okay, too.
Here’s a shimper at night on the Savannah River. It is the best of the bad. I actually did use a tripod, but I need some training, to get the settings on my camera right.