This entry was posted on December 23, 2010 by joeleagle. It was filed under Nature, Water and was tagged with ice, icy stream, stream.
This is a great shot, with perfect depth of field. Looks like the D-3100 is turning out to be a great camera! BTW, I am slowly phasing out of Facebook. I think it is a total joke. Most people at ‘JZ think of me only as “Bobo.” Nobody but you and Tom ever reply to my posts. Kathy and Brenda, do, too, but not even my high school buddy, who was so excited to have found me at first, ever answers my posts. I guess I scared too many people away with my talk of chemtrails, but I feel obligated to spread awareness of what I feel is a bad government policy, even if no one takes me seriously. Barium oxide is making people sick in droves, and the Air Force even admits to using it in their own white paper published in 1995, entitled, “Weather 2025: Using Weather As A Force Multiplier: We Will Own The Weather By 2025!” The Discovery Channel program on chemtrails was a joke. They concentrated on “fuel additives,” which is not even at issue. I have close-up photographs of the jets with nozzles that are spraying this stuff out of special tanks, not through the engine jet fuel.
I took some nice shots of autumn leaves this morning at sunrise. We finally got some color down here, and it only lasts a week or so. By the next hard freeze (this coming monday night), all of the beautiful red and golden leaves will have fallen down. These shots all have a depth of field of infinity, since they were taken with a phone camera, and only 1.3 MP, at that!
I hope that things are getting better for you, now that some time has passed since your father died. I know exactly what you are going through. It took me several months to pull it back together after Dad died, and I was not nearly as close to him as you were to your father.
Happy Holidays to you, Joel! Keep in touch! I will send you links to my new pictures after I run them through Photoshop. You have inspired me more than you know!
December 25, 2010 at 8:28 pm
Thanks so much, you are a great friend, and I’m sure we will remain in contact for years to come. I look forward to seeing your photos and I’m glad I inspired you to pull out the camera! Happy Holidays to you too Greg!
December 25, 2010 at 10:05 pm
I love the almost abstract nature of this photo, it’s lovely!
January 5, 2011 at 2:42 pm
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