For Wordless Wednesday.
For Mundane Monday #201, my prompt is contrast. I like the contrast of the sunlit leaves behind the dark mystery bird in this picture. This is taken on North Beach yesterday. I am not sure if this is an immature bald eagle or a golden eagle.
Link your contrast photographs or experiment with contrast and I will post links next week.
Last week’s prompt was crop.
Mama Cormier sends the food aspect of crop.
The Photo Junkie sends a gorgeous yellow crop.
Bushboy is cropping photographs to a different world.
For Mundane Monday #199, my prompt is portal.
When has light and photography and conditions lined up for you to take a photograph that feels like a portal? Did you think of it ahead of time and wait for the perfect conditions or was it a combination of having your camera and a happy accident? Where does your portal lead?
Message your entry and I will list them next week.
Last week’s prompt was shooting the sun.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: canal.
Nope, not a canal. A pass: Deception Passage. Taken in December 2018. This is looking at the San Juan Islands from the top of the hills around the pass.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors.
This week feels like it is getting away from me. This door is on the hike to Fragrance Lake.
This is from Fragrance Lake too. With the overcast light, it is difficult to see what are trees and grasses and mud and what is only a reflection in the water. And it’s all a photograph, so the illusion is complete.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: note.
And here is the zoom in to the silhouette in the tree: the third eagle. I said that we saw three at once and this is the third.
This is another juvenile.
Right now in the Pacific Northwest, it is a wonderful time to see eagles and hawks. I went to visit my daughter in Bellingham this weekend. With few leaves out, the hawks are very visible, perched high up, waiting for game.