Wednesday, December 05, 2007

the view

Two things I sometimes do that gets me simple, but wonderful photos.One is take them out the window, when it 15 degrees, and I'm in my jammies.
Two is I also shoot pictures as I drive, before you lecture me, let me explain(rationalize) this behavior.
I shoot with my camera resting on my steering wheel and I slow down of course, and I look through the lcd screen on the back , just like it's a mini windshield, this of course means you have to have a clean windshield, and be okay with driving like an elderly person.
Now if you're elderly and taking offense at this statement, take a deep breathe and relax, I respect your wisdom to know speed kills. But so doesn't going 10 miles under the speed limit, on a sunny day, on dry roads, because all us younger impatient freaks will try and pass you in places we shouldn't. And the passing thing is worse than any speeding could be.


Mrs. G. said...

I am mid-elderly and I take no offense. I like these photos...particularly the bottom one of the open road. Who knows where it might take you. And the sky is so pretty. My daughter just bought herself a cool new camera and I'm having fun watching her have fun with it.

Sandy's Notes said...

You got more snow than we did. We got plenty of ice. Nice pictures, be careful in that car. I'm looking forward to our first big storm where I can stay inside and just look at all the white. I hope it comes soon!