Sunday, September 28, 2014

Catching up on some photos

Here are a few pictures I've shot in recent days while taking a break from a number of noncritical activities, defined as bringing money into the house and replacing a water line.

First, a visit to one of my favorite spots along the Ohio River showed that several days without rain have left the river low and clear. It allows me to count the tires lying in shallow water along the shoreline.

It also allows met to see what other kinds of litter have been deposited in the river by visitors. Among the trash are flashlight batteries. Why take dead batteries home and put then in the trash when you can just as easily chuck them into the river?

I also saw a boat that is not among the frequent visitors to my area, at least when I get down to the river. It's the Clarence G. Frame of Ingram.

I also tried to get some pictures the other evening that provided a contrast of light and shadow, but when I got the camera home I noticed that a piece of lint or vegetative matter had gotten onto my filter. It was just big enough to cause a black spot on my best pictures. So I'll have to try again.

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