Monday, January 21, 2008

Karen's New Monday Photo Shoot #4: Look! Up In The Sky!

"Everything is created from moment to moment, always new. Like fireworks, this universe is a celebration and you are the spectator contemplating the eternal Fourth of July of your absolute splendor."

-Francis Lucille

New Monday Photo Shoot #4: Show us something in the sky. It can be clouds or birds or planes or planets or flying pigs - anything at all, really, just as long as it's visually interesting.

-Karen Funk Blocher, of the blog, Outpost Mavarin

The weatherman says it's going to snow tonight, possibly at the lower levels around the bay. I live in the East Bay hills, so if you can imagine, it's mighty cold right now. :) I am hoping to be able to maybe get a few photos of snow falling down, but if I do, it will be early tomorrow morning. We'll see. But for the time being, how about some photos to make you feel warm? How about a series of fireworks photos from last May?

Actually, the large photo was taken on Twin Peaks, in 2006, but all of the small photos are from last year's Kaboom concert. Oh my, it was a warm, no I take it back, it was a HOT night, and I was sitting at the first vista point, after you cross the Golden Gate Bridge waiting for the fireworks to begin. I can almost feel that sensual warm breeze as it moved across the bay, and gave me that little chill that made my skin feel oh so good! It's a wonder I got any photos done at all. Oh my...

The large photo has been posted on Ellipsis before, but all of the smaller ones are new edits. I passed them up the first time, funny how you can see something different in your photos once they have been archived. :) Be sure to check back with this entry later this week, I might have an update. Wish me snow luck! :)

2006, Twin Peaks, San Francisco, Ca
2007, Vista Point, GGB, Marin County, Ca


Liz said...

{{{Carly}}} These shots are absolutely fabulous! Thank you for sharing!!!

And yes....I'd love to be in a photo round robin...fill me in on the details.

~~Aunt Nub~~

Martha said...

Great shots! I have to stop peeking before the links are posted. I keep thinking I've commented when I haven't. Sorry I'm so late here!