Time once again for me to graciously share with you all my exquisite and beautiful photography efforts as of late, and for you lucky souls to regale me with your wonder and praise. No, no, really. You don’t have to thank me. I’ve a giver like that.
There is just something about rays of sunlight shooting through dark clouds that speaks to me. And I am not even a religious person. Hell, I’m not even an optimist!
It’s almost Halloween, so an authentic cobweb that I awoke to find on my porch one morning just seemed appropriate, n’est pas?
Some wheeeerrrreeeeee . . . over the rainbow . . .
Just your average late summer sunset seen from my front door. Ho-hum, la-di-da.
As I was leaving work one day, I happened to glance upwards and saw this. It was pretty awesome, as obviously a storm was moving in, but it was rushing in all at once, splitting the sky between sunny day and dark foreboding storm clouds.
This one was kind of a cool effect. Driving home from the ocean this summer, at night, I looked down at my middle console, and saw this. It was a rental, so it was unexpected, but apparently the cup holder had a little blue light and it was making my bottle of Dasani glow like this. It was a little eery and entirely awesome.
Just another sunset in Ocean City, bayside.
Wispy, fluffy clouds over the ocean. Makes me once again long for the beautiful warm sunny days at the beach.
Morning on the beach.
This was a shot that I took specifically for a contest on Vesta Vayne‘s site. (No, I don’t normally sit around taking pictures of my feet propped up next to fruity cocktails). The drink was delicious, and this shot was the winning picture in her contest as well. I’m not sure she had very many entrants, but out of the thousands of pictures I like to think she got, mine was far superior to them all!!
I took this picture one day when I happened to be driving around Baltimore. I initially intended to do a sights and sounds of B-more post that just never happened. But this is your typical block of rowhouses found in B-more, complete with stoops (sadly it was too hot that day for stoop sitting, because that’s the real picture of the city).
I just thought it looked like the sky went on forever in this picture. And I took it while driving, so mad skills! (Shhh, don’t tell).
What can I say . . . we’re very rainbowy in these parts. And this was actually a double rainbow, although you can’t really see it in this picture. If you look at the far upper left corner, you can see just the hint of the other one. And in case you are wondering, I keep looking for that damn pot of gold, but those leprechauns are really freaking good at hiding that mutha! And I haven’t seen any unicorns or Rainbow Brite or anything, either! Dammit.
While I admit this picture didn’t turn out the best, I thought it was kinda rad that a praying mantis was just hanging out in my porch one day. I didn’t want to get too close, lest I startle her away, hence the fuzzy nature of the pic. I have never seen an angry mantis, but based on what I know about their post coital habits, I don’t think I wanna see one on the attack, thank you.