Sunday, May 16, 2010

(Day 136) Shots 'from the road'

I've got a few minutes at the hotel to get online and post a couple of shots for today. Credit for these photos goes to my wife (well, I'll claim director's credit since I did the virtual composition and gave the order to press the shutter release :)  I couldn't choose between the two so posted both.

(50mm  f6.3  1/1000 sec  ISO200)
















(50mm  f6.3  1/800 sec  ISO200)

20 comments:

Katherine said...

Hey Rick...Please tell your wife from me that she did a great job!

Scott said...

Interesting perspective and great color and skies . . . in focus too. Great job.

darlin said...

Wow, fantastic shots! Now that's awesome team work and Rick you are one dedicated P365er! Have a wonderful time!

Anonymous said...

Some real talent there! I think you have a real contender. Great shots Shirl!

Karen said...

I like the perspective of the second shot the best.

S. Etole said...

Very intriguing perspectives ...

Krista said...

Awesome! What a great collaborative effort!

I really like them both but prefer the bottom one because of the great perspective!

imac said...

Rick, I see your problem, I cant pick one, as the 2 of them are great.

M. Hassan said...

Your wife seems like a photography pro.. She did a good job and you did a good job too.

Rick said...

@Katherine - I did! She says thank you. :)

Rick said...

@Scott - thanks Scott. I too was surprised, considering we were doing about 45mph!

Rick said...

@darlin - ha ha; thanks! Even my wife thinks I'm a bit over the top on this 365 thing.

Rick said...

@anonymous - you obviously don't know her well enough. Her arm is slowly healing from the little 'twist' :)

Rick said...

@Karen - thank you Karen. I think both shots were fortuitous (but then sometimes we have to be lucky to be 'good').

Rick said...

@S. Etole - thank you Susan. It was hard keeping my eyes on the road.

Rick said...

@Krista - a new meaning to 'teamwork' in photography! :) Thank you.

Rick said...

@imac - thanks mac - I too liked them both.

Rick said...

@M. Hassan - thank you M. I'll share that with her!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Hi threre, sorry it's been a while.
Love how the lines here seem to dissapear into the sky...wonderful done wife of Rick.

Oh and the cloud in the 2 one has a little bit the shape of Holland...

Rick said...

@Barefoot from Heaven - hi Dagmar - sorry from me too for taking so long to respond (almost caught up now). Thanks for your comment - I let my wife know :)

Ha, ja - ik zie het - lijkt toch wel op Holland!