Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wordless Wednesday: Serene Days of April






A 20 second video of wind and sunlight on Klopp Lake at the marsh.

14 comments:

  1. Those are April days now only a few left to enjoy this year, not that I enjoy frosty mornings this time of year. Prefer them a bit warmer. That place I shows is not bad for birds, especially rapters

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  2. They say a picture is worth a thousand words but here a video is worth a hundred pictures. Getting to see the grass move with the wind and hearing the birds sing make it just a little piece of magic. Thanks!

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  3. Your photos let me see the world through your eyes, and I'm grateful for that.

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  4. Beauty of earth and sky and water. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Those popcorn clouds were amazing and I really enjoyed the wind chasing the water. It reminded me of a lake I grew up on as a kid and I saw the same thing.

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  6. Bill-- We're not having frosty mornings here, but we are getting some rain.

    Nathalie-- Really glad you liked the video. It was a windy day here, but it made for some lovely light on the water. Thank you for stopping by and commenting.

    Pablo-- Thank you.

    CCorax-- It's the only balance I know to the crazy world we live in. The peace of our earth.

    Arkansas Patti-- The best part of cloudy skies are the amazing clouds! Really glad you liked that wind chasing water. The way the light moved across it was such a lovely effect.

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  7. Serenity is good, and often rare. Hang on to it.

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  8. Isabelita-- We like the serenity. We just hope we can keep finding it.

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  9. That's so neat to see the wind chasing that little disturbance across the water.

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  10. Mark-- It's been crazy windy here. It was pretty cool to see that sunlight ripple across the lake pushed by the wind.

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  11. I like the photos and enjoyed the video.
    The movement of the water really caught my eye.

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  12. Pat-- There is something about the way the light moves across the water that is very eye-catching. It's pretty cool.

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  13. This is where you should send your fabulous pictures of clouds:

    http://public.wmo.int/en/photography-competition-2017-wmo-calendar

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    1. Thank you so much for that link, Sabine. I'll take a look and see what they're looking for.

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