Saturday, April 26, 2014

Foggy Morning at the Lake

It was foggy this morning at Dewey Lake.  The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said that we cannot step into "the same river twice."  Because the water is forever moving and changing.  And so it is with the fog at Dewey Lake.  Year after year I go to the same spots, many times, and fog is forever changing and so always changing the scenes.  Even minute to minute, the scenes can change dramatically.

But enough pretentious quotation of Greek philosophers.  Here's what I saw at the lake this morning.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

A Short Trip

Ann had to go to Louisville for a business meeting, leaving Wednesday afternoon and returning on Thursday.  The weather was beautiful and I decided to tag along and carpe diem.  I went for an early morning stroll with the small Ricoh GRD III in Lousville while she went to her meeting.

The Ohio River at Louisville
Belle of Louisville Paddle Wheel
Sunlight Courtesy of Reflective Windows
To avoid hitting 5 pm traffic in Louisville, we made a brief stop at Lexington Cemetery on the way on Wednesday.  All photos there were take with the Canon EOS M and 22mm lens - an excellent lens for the money these days.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

RIP Big Forked Tree

You will be missed. By one guy with a camera anyhow.

Another fallen soldier at the Middle Creek National Battle Field.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

April in Lexington Cemetery

I had a busy trip to Lexington yesterday, with only about 30 minutes to spare for a visit to Lexington Cemetery, where the tulips are beginning to bloom, the magnolias are just past their prime, and the cherry trees are amazing.  Unfortunately, many people chose to actually park their cars in the lane that is lined with weeping cherries, eliminating any possibility of good photos there.  Still, I came away with a few decent pictures from my Canon EOS M and zoom lens.