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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Same and Different

I'm always fascinated by the textures of water surfaces in different lights. I can let my eyes unfocus and see the patterns shifting and swirling, the colors weaving in and out. Yet it's so hard to capture that with a camera. Our brains must do some editing on the raw data.

But here are two attempts at sharing the moods of Pentwater Lake with you.

rippled water

rippled water

Ready to call it a day. Tomorrow is work.

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Secondary Roads said...

I can see and feel the gentle swells of ripples in the first pic. So peaceful, makes me want to nap.

Ann said...

It's a shame that a camera doesn't always capture a picture exactly the way our eyes see it. These are very cool.

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