Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Coney Again and Transitions Four

1)The Coney Again. Note the new presence of coats on the coat racks.
(The last one was taken in warmer weather, LOL!)
2)Local Street Scene with (invisible but still present) snow melting
over leaves.
2)On Mack, in snow. It is actively snowing quite hard but because of
the time exposure, the snow all blurred into invisibility. And because
the ground was wet and warm, the snow was melting as it fell. Note
that there are still leaves on the light-decorated tree in front of
Ahee Jewelers (where we got our engagement and wedding rings).

These pictures were all taken with the missing camera which thankfully
is now FOUND! YAY!

11 comments:

Marie said...

The three photos are great but I especially like the first black and white one. It is great!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much, Marie. I want to get a "spy camera" so I can surreptitiously take shots like this, LOL, though I guess that's not fair to people inadvertently captured. People always want to look and smile when you point a camera. THANKS! :-D

Gail's Man said...

Is that Santa in the first photo, contemplating the big day, which is less than 5 weeks now.

Anonymous said...

I almost spat a mouthful of coffee reading Gai Man's comment! YAY you found your camera!!!! I had a nightmare the same happened to me, not that mine's expensive etc. but can't live without it! Also great you didn't lose the photos on it :) The first is also my favourite, captures so much :)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks Gail's Man and Anonymous! LOL!

Biker Buddy does look a bit like Santa (I guess he's Santa in our household, LOL!)

Around Christmas, when we go out walking, little kids come out and want to talk to him.

Susan said...

Your pictures are great. I like this B&W.

R&R in The Netherlands said...

I think you could publish a book of your Biker Buddy photos. And if you squint you can see the snow too. Congrats on finding the camera!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much Susan and R&R.

Biker Buddy is a really good model. He takes instruction very well most of the time. I have a huge collection of pictures of him because he's such a handy subject (and I love him).

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

YAY! I am so glad I found the camera.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great photos!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks! :-D