Friday, November 22, 2013

Pictures on the Fly


Hardy begonia seed pods

Camera held out the window... (the car was stopped but I was hurrying in case there was some one coming behind me.)
 

Evening sky in Asheville

Coming home along the river around 9:30 pm -- the best I can manage without using a tripod. I should, however, have turned off the headlights.


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10 comments:

Ms. A said...

Love the 1913 building and that last photo looks like a very bright moon behind those clouds. (also looks like it has some little neon birds flying around)

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Wasn't the moon spectacular! Good capture of your rural roads. Know what you mean about stopping in the road to shoot a photo and worrying about a car coming along behind you!#&*. Quite scary at times. -- barbara

Brian Miller said...

def some beautiful pics...like that old building...and the skies....

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

I enjoyed the day with you, encapsulated from road stops.

Margie said...

Lovely photos, I felt like I was with you on the drive, Big hugs, Margie ❤️

Jim Egerton said...

What a great place that building is in. In the curve of a road along side a train track and crossing signal. If Monte Love Gudger could tell the stories to you so you could tell them to us Vicki

Jim Egerton said...

What a great place that building is in. In the curve of a road along side a train track and crossing signal. If Monte Love Gudger could tell the stories to you so you could tell them to us Vicki

Jim Egerton said...

Opps, it published twice

Terri Buster said...

What a neat old building, and a gorgeous sunset.

Lise said...

Beautiful photos, I relate to you 9:30 night scene with headlights, I've been challenged with capturing those night shots even with a tripod!