Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Two Telephone Poles And A Cloud


I took this photo somewhere along US Highway 191 between Moab and Green River, Utah.  I'm not really a fan of the western United States, as the landscape is usually too barren and stark for me, but there are places like this that have really picturesque scenery. 

And I took this from the window of a moving vehicle. 

Imagine what one could do with a tripod and perfect lighting.


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2012: I’ve Yet To Make Lemonade
2011: Alien Ribs Of The North
2010: White’s Bastard Cousin
2009: Jake
2008: I Might Have To Be Put In Restraints For Our Next Conversation
2007: People Who Are Happy To Help You Drown In Debt
2006: I, I, I
2005: Sorry, no post for this day.

4 comments:

june in florida said...

Except for the poles that could be 200 years ago or older.

Kelly @ BigRoad said...

As your friend Greg said to me at MATS , the best camera available is the one you have in your hand when you want to take the picture.
Kelly

The Daily Rant said...

JUNE: You're so right! And so often, I will say to Ed, "Imagine what it was like to ride through here on horseback or in a covered wagon??" I'm sure it looked exactly the same!

KELLY: Greg is a genius. He's so right. And sometimes, even hanging out the window, I get lucky! :)

John Hill said...

This is a wonderful shot. Doesn't look like you needed a tripod!