Tuesday, October 9, 2007

fingerprint scenery

I decided to incorporate a new technique on my photo taking yesterday. I wondered how much more special my pictures would be if each and every one had my fingerprint etched against the lens.
You too can do this if you like . .. just make some caramel apples with your family . ..grab the camera willy nilly and then take pictures . .257 of them to be exact on your Thanksgiving drive through the country. Woo hoo.
I also incorporated the hand out of the sunroof plan with the heat turned on.

I complained occasionally that there were a lot of cars on the road and my good man immediately passed cars to eliminate this problem.

The contrast between the lush grass and the dried ditch grass was striking.

Isn't the slight haze mid way across the picture just so wonderful?
Perhaps, there was someone having a wiener roast up the mountain?
Or up this mountain?

Or behind this tree?

Or just around the bend?

Or just over the hill?
Yada Yada Yada . ... ..
Okay, I'm off to get a few groceries and then I'll be observing a bit of mudding . ..
Oh yes, and the camera recieved a lens wipe last night . . .so I'm good to go.
Have a wonderful day my friends.

12 comments:

  1. LOL. The shots are still lovely with the caramel apple smudge...

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  2. I love it! Only you could make the smudge a feature ... and by the way, those caramel apples seemed to be calling my name...

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  3. It looks to me like you were driving out in the Chilliwack & Agassiz area...definitely the Rosedale/Agassiz Bridge & I think I recognize the mountain! It's the nicest time of the year to take scenic drives. Lovely pic's.

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  4. You didn't even need to say that those smudges were a mistake, I would have believed that they were smoke, cloud, fog, or whatever.
    Have a great day.

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  5. Love the snow dusted mountain top. Autumn splendor, with winter peering down from on high.

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  6. Great photography Lovella...I love the colors of autumn!
    I esp like that you tried "sunroof photography".

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  7. Yes, even through the caramel haze, the scenery is lovely!

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  8. You know what? I think it is only a matter of time before you will stop recognizing familiar things unless you see them displayed on your camera viewing screen. giggle

    Beautiful day yesterday, and lovely photos!!

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  9. For a moment, I thought this was going to be a devotional ~ like God leaves His fingerprints all over the place too. Or, are you just letting us grasp the concept on our own because you believe in us and we don't need spoon feeding? Thanks, Lovella, for believing in me! :) Great pictures too!

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  10. That's ALOT of hotdogs!

    Loved the "pumpkin vase" in the last post - definitely doing that next Thanksgiving!

    Vange

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  11. A very misterious haze indeed! Lovely pictures - hazed and all. :)

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  12. great pictures ... with or without the smudge... and in years to come you will remember it as a foggy haze..
    time has a way of clearing up all mistakes (including caramel finger prints on camera lens)
    you have such beautiful drives in your neck of the woods

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Thank you!