I took another walk this evening to savor a few more moments of warm air before our impending wintry relapse. Subsequently, I also made as many pictures as yesterday, which is too much to go through tonight. Fear not, friends. There will be an image, oh yes.
Gear: Nikon D90 and lens(es) TBA
I'm breaking my rule again tonight by posting five--yes, I know--five images. I could cut this down more if forced, but they work together. And, maybe I'm feeling the need to make up for the lack of Alaskan photographic enthusiasm. At any rate, these are pared down from 175 images, so some editing did occur.
I began walking in the Snail Lake Regional / Grass Lake Park close to sunset, along with interesting dusky light.
There is a point where the sidewalk ends.
A puffy cloud view rewards those who take the less traveled road diverged from an open wood.
It's good to look at things upside down. Rotating this image draws more attention to the tiny specks of pink cloud near the trees. I prefer the way it moves the eye around, this way.
Wind made these dry... reeds? cat-o-nine tails?... swoop and dance, just a little.
By this time the sun was well below the horizon.
Walking home I remembered that someone attacked a few women in this area several months ago. The camera was put away and I gripped the keys in my pocket. *sigh*
Gear: Nikon D90, Tokina 12-24mm, Nikkor AFD 50mm f/1.4