For Mundane Monday #174, my prompt is: water color.
I have missed two Mundane Mondays! Mea culpa! But…. I was really and truly unplugged. Nine days at a cabin from the 1930s on a lake with no outlet, no electricity. I did have batteries and so could take pictures.
Lake Matinenda has moods and colors: when it is calm it reflects the sky. I was up in the early morning a lot for the sunrise and here is a pink and blue lake. I love the moods of the water and the sky and nearly living outdoors.
For my last Mundane Monday #173: skies:
KL Allendorfer: skies.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt #75: blue.
We are having fire skies, with the sun setting through smoke, here. I took this blue photo at the same time in the evening, the polarized light acting oddly through the smoke. It enhanced the reds and the blues. The smoke makes me feel low level worry all the time and sad.
This is one of the Fort Worden bunkers. Green roofs are coming into fashion, and I do think they are a wonderful thing. But here are green roofs from the 1910s.
I took this during the Centrum Voiceworks week. I love the soft colors, greens and blues with a little grey and tans….
Information on green roofs: https://greenroofs.org/.
For the Daily Prompt: astonish.
Oh, I think it is astonishing how beautiful water and pebbles can be….
Another photograph from this morning: a Pied-billed Grebe.
At first it was asleep, reasonably close.
We tried not to wake it, but it quickly alerted. Good morning! What do early humans get? Bird photographs?