Clouds in shiny glass. Nature and not nature juxtaposed. Artsy!
Identical buildings, one reflected in the other. I like my pictures of sunsets and birds and flowers and clouds, but I sometimes let the artist in me run wild, see if I can find some art hiding in plain sight, in places you don’t expect to find it.
I like that there is grey sky above the building, but blue sky in the reflections.
My wife and daughter stopped by to bring me sushi. I guess my daughter took this, through the car window, as they pulled up and caught me on my break. HA!
Not the best photo, but I love my hawk buddy. I see him almost every day.
If I could bring my real camera to work, I could get some awesome shots.
But there is only so much you can zoom in with my iPhone. I also see a coyote and a raccoon running around at night, but I haven’t managed to get any photos yet.
We had a brief rain shower, then the sun came out. I was interested in the way that the water ran into the cracks on the slanted parking area, and the cement below dried out first.
I’m sure there is some interesting thermodynamic name for this. Or maybe that would be hydrodynamic.
I like to put twelve pictures in each post. It is just a habit. So I leave you with a couple of my extra sunsets.
Okay, see you soon.