This photo was actually taken last December while I was at a dead stop on the interstate during an ice storm. There were no complaints from me that day, though. I had heat, water, snacks, my blackberry, my camera, and no pressing business. It wasn’t a bad way to spend a few hours.
We’re expecting similar weather later this weekend.
Stay warm and dry, my friends.
I love this shot LB. The raindrops are sharply in focus and you used just enough depth of field to clearly see the background yet blur it to give it a dreamy effect. Very well done 😀 I would print and frame this baby !
Okay … after we figure out the computer, the software, the camera, THEN we’ll work on the printing!!
So glad you like this one, Joe!
LOL, OK you have a deal 😀
I ran in that crap yesterday, it was lovely. And a friend is running a marathon on the beach today. Jeez!
wow … good for you for getting out there! The beach definitely sounds better!
Leave it to you to turn it all into a happy little break. You seem to have taken that photo at the perfect time. All the rain drops are so uniform and none are dribbling thru the photo either. Reminds me of Monet, all dabbles of dots to make up one fabulous moment.
And to be honest … this was one of those lucky shots! Thanks so much! We are just now getting the freezing rain that everyone’s been preparing for all week. Wish it was snow … although you’ve had more than your share, huh?
Yep, more than enough. It’s only early December so there’s plenty to come. As I type this our weather man is saying “40-60 km/hr winds tonight, lot’s of snow to come”. Good grief! Be careful out there, icey roads are no picnic either xK
Boomdeeadda saw Monet, yet I see Grandma Moses in this stylish shot. Well done, LB!
Oh thank you, Lynda! I love Grandma Moses 🙂
Warm and dry, Oh yeah that’s me.. 😀
Good to know 🙂
OK, I am bragging again.. 😦
What a wonderful perspective. I get the sense of the cold buildings and field outside, but seeing it through the spattered glass adds a whole dimension. Great idea.
Thanks Crystal! I’m happy with the image, especially since I had no idea it would turn out so well!
awesome capture…isn’t it wonderful how things turn out sometimes!
It truly is! Believe it or not, I really enjoyed that long, protracted ride home … strictly because of the way that the storm transformed the scenery
Love this shot!
Thanks David …mother nature made for a beautiful scene that day.
The rain is kind of relentless here in the UK too,
but at least the weather is milder than usual so
we cannot complain too much 🙂
Have a wicked Wednesday LB 🙂
Thank you Andro! Stay dry!