Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

This little batch are the ones which got away 'experimental' photography'; taking the same shot in two different exposures and such like. The first two are at 2am looking out my window. Make of them what you will...















































From my window... despite low cloud, there was just a flush of light on the late autumn leaves.























This was an unusual moss on the Fingal Stone at Killin... the macro shot failed, but the tiny little trumpets still stand out... they are only about a centimeter long.
















































































An interesting tree of catkins and little cones... and lots of moss... but the wind blew stiff and a clear shot impossible.























...jus' coz...

11 comments:

  1. Yam Aunty....your creative eye took hold and we love it..especially that first one.
    Hugs Madi and Mom

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  2. You live in such a beautiful area. Thank you for sharing it

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  3. The ice on the car window is wonderful. It reminds me of the engraved patterning of an old pocket watch case.

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  4. Water looks cold. Some of our smaller streams have ice on them.
    Coffee is on

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  5. Those first two have magicals on them! Very pretty.
    It's always nice going through photos and then finding some more gems. Even if at times the elements made it near impossible to get a nice shot.

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  6. love it... and I wish gm or chevy could really make such a car design like mother nature ...

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  7. First one is very abstract and creative and others are marvelous nature shots! thanks!

    Happy New Year to you ~ ^_^

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  8. Beautiful view out your window!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  9. Good morning, YAM.
    It is such a good fun to play with the settings! janice xx

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  10. What a beautiful selection of photo art!

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  11. What a difference in climate! The little umbrella lichen are called 'Rosetta Pixie Cup Lichen' on this side of the pond! We have them, too! xx

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