Puddle found on a walk along the Heritage Trail along the Allegheny River.
Signage in a puddle.
Seen in Ohio a couple of weeks ago.
A very skinny puddle.
Liquid: Weekly Photo Challenge Ben Huberman at WordPress posted the challenge for us to “keep it fluid”.
Adding to the puddle series this morning, after breakfast with Steve.
You see lots of bugs on the gas pump- they look like fireflies but with a red chevron..need to identify them later……
You see the trees reflected in the iPad surface as you sit on the front porch.
You go get in the car and see a puddle with leaves. Puddle reflections are a favorite thing to capture.
You see the shopping cart corral reflected in a parking lot.
The maple has finally turned yellow in about four days time. The leaves in the garage gutter need to be cleaned out.
You drive by the neighbors, put the car in reverse and put a blinker on, consider getting out of the car but don’t –
shoot the flaming ivy from the driver’s seat. Later you are filled with regret that you’ve gotten so lazy.
You see a throne-like chair at the mall
for Santa Claus -you think it can’t be
it’s November 3rd.
Although I’m back with my sister in NYC tonight, I found these images from our recent Alaska trip.
They are gifts from a rainy day.
(Extra)ordinary “Things or settings we might overlook at first glance. Whether in a new or familiar place, I try to keep my eyes open — to look for beauty or interestingness where I least expect it.” Cheri Lucas Rowlands
Not an ordinary puddle.
After a week of constant rain, the sun came out just before sunset.
With the ripple. A passerby hit the water.
Did I mention I left my camera in the apartment? Shot with the iPhone camera.