After the two week Christmas break it was back to work today. It’s not that returning to the job that pays the bills made me cry today. But after a splendid sunny winter day yesterday, that is how the sky looked this morning. Kind of fitting, I guess. This image was the sole “visual push-up” I managed to get done today. Taken with my iPhone through the glass roof of my car. The shape and textures of the droplets just caught my eye. Every day with a photograph taken is a good day in the end.
Have a sunny Tuesday!
It’s a great shot, Marcus! I hope you ended up getting some sunshine. It’s a rainy, soggy day here.
Thanks, Amy, much appreciated! We haven’t seen so much as a glimpse of the sun in more than a week! Terrible!
Oh no! 🙁
No such thing as bad weather if you’re a photographer. I like this very much
Thanks, Helen, so much appreciated! Marcus
Very interesting photo to look at!
Thanks, Marla, much appreciated! Marcus
That is a great surreal photo taken with your iPhone, Marcus!
And that’s is absolutely true that every day with a photo taken is a great day!
Wish you a very creative 2020!
Thanks for your wonderful words, Kaya! Marcus
Great photo Marcus. Sometimes, you just have to look up. A couple of years ago, I caught a similar shot through glass street awnings, mixed in with fall leaves. Happy work week to you. Allan
This is a really appealing photo – it’s almost in two halves with the larger bubbles on the left and the smaller ones on the right… did you deliberately compose it like this? It looks really well balanced, a great composition!
Thanks Stuart. Yes, I deliberately composed it like this. I had enough time, sitting in the car waiting for the wife 😉
Yep, a good day!
Great photo Marcus, did you count how many bubbles are in the image? 😎
No, I wasn’t that bored waiting for the wife….lol…thanks John!