The results of me not taking any photos recently
From March through September of this year, I took an average of 391 pictures a month, with 658 in July alone. So far in December? Twelve. And one of those is of a bottle of beer and a bowl of lentil soup (I may give that one a title: “Still Life: Late Night Dinner”).
What that ultimately means is that I have no new photos to bring up here. These, as a fill in for all the shots I didn’t recently get, are from the same morning stroll through a blanket of fog that gave me a post a month or so ago.
If this tangle was red, green, and gold, it could sell for $95 at a high end department store as a Christmas decoration/mantelpiece. As is it, I prefer it with these colors, as decoration for the pond.
A different perspective of a scene I showed you before. There’s just something about fog, isn’t there?
Get ready. This is only the first of a slew of similar shots of drops of dew. It occurs to me now I may have overdone that theme.
The whole world in a drop of water?
Without the dew drops, this spider work might be almost unnoticeable – which is a shame.
If you’ve been paying attention to my ever-changing header, you’ve seen this with a much more lush, green look. I still find it beautiful.
Er, another dew drop. What catches my eye is the family of little drops to the left.
The same branch, from a little higher perspective. How do you like that half-circle whatchamacallit at the bottom? What is the term for that effect, anyway?
Ten points to whoever can identify this plant.
Here it is again. Which view do you prefer?