Monthly Archives: October 2018

Where is?

Lots of “water under the bridge” since my last posting.  Time and I don’t always see eye to eye. My time can be spent taking photos here and there, or going over past photos to see what might apply to my needs of the moment.

Nature photos intersperse with water photos and ice photos depending on the season and interest.  Frozen water often has distortions that time has stopped. Ice photos will be for another posting.

I see birds in some of my water photos.  Distorted images in water make for the most interesting pictures. Wind can often play into this.  If you are looking at a reflection in water and something comes by and sends the reflection in different wavy directions, you can often see other things such as faces in those distortions.  Some are akin to “Where’s Waldo?”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A reflection at the top of a small waterfall becomes the head of a heron. Small stones in a running stream compile together to become a rabbit or a lizard or a turtle.  The images are not always apparent when fist looking in a suitable area.  The key is suitable. I need to check out the necessary conditions for different areas, such as light, water movement, reflections, strength of colours or markings, etc.

 

So what do you see when you look at photos, or when you are out in nature?