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I love the palm trees next to the Christmas tree. It may be Christmastime, but it’s still 80 degrees :)
I bought these Water Gems today, and I decided to see if they were photogenic. It appears they are. I focused on their reflection, blurring the rest of the image, but it was worth it, you can see the entire back of my house, and my neighbor’s tree. These things are pretty cool. I must formulate more ideas to use them in future photos.
You’ll have to pardon me while I continue my cloud obsession. We just don’t see them around here very often, so I’m simply taking advantage of them. Today I loved the clouds reflection in this sky blue colored airplane. Also, I’m anticipating a few more cloud photos to come.
[side note: I’ve been super busy for a few days, and am looking forward to tomorrow when I can catch up on all the blogs I follow. So hurry and post all those blogs for me so I have something to do tomorrow :)]
So it was too hot and I ended up being too busy to get a good yo-yo in motion type picture today, which was my original intention. That will have to be saved for another day, and this portrait of my new favorite yo-yo will have to suffice. .
I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take a picture of these crossed palm trees. There even happened to be a few clouds in the valley today, which added to the photo.
The little pool in my backyard was calling my name with the 111 degree heat.
[side note: Check this photo out on my website. It’s much bluer and truer to how I photographed it. Wordpress never quite does justice to any of my photographs. The contrast and colors are never right:
Our vacation ended today. We flew back to Arizona. I wanted to begin and end my vacation days with shots from 32,000 feet in the air.