Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Recently I have been in a photographic dry spell.  My schedule and the weather simply has not been cooperating.  With a number of fix-up projects underway, an excellent fishing season, and a full time job my photography and blogging has been taking a back seat.

This evening, after finishing a phase of a fix-up project on my bass boat, I ask my wife if she would like to take a walk.  Grabbing the camera I was determined to photograph something to post!  Our first stop as at a yucca whose blooms are just past their prime.  The late evening sunlight cast a warm glow across the creamy white flowers.



A bush growing along the road offered up its translucent red berries which glowed beautifully in the warm back light.

Hopefully the weather and the ducks will cooperate that I will be able to get an update on the ducklings soon.



8 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Both of these images are beautiful. I really like the soft warm light.
Blessings,Ruth
Give greetings to your wife.How is her health now?

Chris said...

Hi Coy,
I love both of these pictures. They are beautiful colors and looks like spring pictures. Beautiful!

Susan said...

I think there is nothing to photograph around here that hasn't already been done, but I always find something interesting if I just get out there and look! Great shots!

Sciarada said...

Hi Coy, the nature express itself with your stunning pics

Misty Dawn said...

Obviously, you picked a beautiful time to go for a walk, because both images are absolutely gorgeous in that golden light!

imac said...

Great shots Coy love the light in these shots.

Elaine said...

Beautiful shots. Evening sunlight is my favorite time to take photos of flowers and plants. Of course, right now our sunset is at 12:45 a.m., so anytime after 10:00 p.m. will usually yield some good shots.

Meggie said...

Even on your "off days" you seem to capture something quite lovely, Coy! Beautiful shots...both of them!