The drops of water on the leaves after the rain caught my eye. This was shot using the Sony G series 90mm macro lens.
Nothing too spectacular here, although I did like the way the trees were reflected in the water. A bit of an impressionistic appearance, don't you think?
Looking east from the Lake Michigan shoreline in Wisconsin following a couple of days with strong northeast winds. The winds create large waves which stir up the lake bottom near the shore, and this creates the light-shaded water in the foreground. The contrast with the dark blue of the distant lake water plus the lighter blue of the sky made for some interesting horizontal lines.
White Trunk, Blue Sky.
It pays to look up!
These two items on the front lawn reminded me of the baby bird AND the adult.
Sun & Hydrangea Tree
Setting Up The Trap.
The morning light caught this spider's handiwork perfectly.
An approaching storm was captured by stitching together four vertically oriented photos in order to give a wider view.
Looking up the flagpole as a light breeze fluttered the flag on a summer afternoon.
A close look at photovoltaic solar cells converting sunlight to electricity. The geometric designs caught my attention.
Sitting on the deck reading a book and drinking coffee one morning in August, my eye was drawn to this Hibiscus as sunlight illuminated the colors.