Thursday, August 26, 2010

Twilight Zone




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Since Iowa had heat and humidity for two months, taking pictures was difficult, by the time my camera was at the outside temp and I could take photos without the lens steaming over I was so hot and cranky and out of the mood to take pics...........here are a few pictures I took while waiting for the camera to reach the outside temperature.

12 comments:

Jan said...

These are beautiful, they look as though you had a filter on the lens and I guess you did, just no intentionally.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

The flower pictures still look nice. I especially like the last one.

Naturedigital said...

Stunning.
Costas

Garden Lily said...

I like the effect - very dreamy. Although I did blink a few times when I first looked. ;-)

Out on the prairie said...

I have battled with the fog all summer. When you want to grab anddo a quick shot it can be real irratating. I was driving and wanted a preched bird, only to have it fly away before I could wipe enough and shoot.Wondered if anyone herad my #$%^& in the quiet countryside.LOL

Ciss B said...

Interesting photos - I hate humidity!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

You made the comment on my blog post about Genesee Country Village that you had not heard of a saint named St. Feehan. I did a little bit of research on the Internet and learned that the church was originally spelled “Fechan” after an Irish saint. I don't know why the name was changed.

Gerry's Soap N Stuff said...

Oh my, awesome pictures. I love your Iowa garden. Thank you for becoming a follower. I am glad you did and I you. Gerry

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laurie said...

whoa! i LOVE the steaminess of those photos.

The Japanese Redneck said...

I know what you mean. I've got a few that look like that too.

Missy said...

What if you put your camera out on the porch and went back in while it was adjusting? Then you wouldn't have to wait out in the weather for it.