Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day In “My” Life.

As Told By A Couple Of Beaver.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

Reflections,  times three.

Still mostly submerged except for the top of its head, eyes, and nose, this beaver spotted me right away as it surfaced from under the ice into the unfrozen water at the edge of the pond.

North American Beaver cautiously checking out the guy with the long glass eye.

Louvered black hood of a drag racing car, accented with bright red and orange flames

 Louvers and flames meticulously painted on the hood of a hot rod.

The legs of a fly fisherman standing knee deep in the water, net hanging from his hip, stands patiently waiting for a fish to take his fly.

Fly fisherman patiently waiting for a trout to rise and take his fly.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

Movement: The Camera.

In both of these images the camera was moved during exposure. One was completely accidental, the other was created completely on purpose.

Can you tell which was created on purpose, and which was the “accidental art”?

     

Movement: The Subject, part 1

Generally, when I think of movement in one of my photographs I think water. I am a fan of the soft and silky look that a long exposure gives moving water.

Here are a few examples.

Movement: The Subject, part 2

Next I think of wildlife. It would be nice if they just sat still and posed for the camera, but they don’t always cooperate.

there’s one in every group portrait that won’t sit still

this beaver thought searching for dinner was more important than having its picture taken.