How many country music fans does it take to consume 1,000,000 gallons of beer? Not as many as you might think! (I added another picture that I modified a bit. I rarely play with the pictures very much at all, but here I tried to make the picture less "blue".)
It was one of those days that had very thin clouds and the wind was just whipping them along. You could see the sun as a perfect circle every once in a while through the clouds. I wanted to capture this. Not sure if this is a good picture or not, but it is better than nothing.
I have a MUCH better picture of this on my other camera. I just happen to be 1500 miles away from that camera right now. So, this is what you get. Which sucks. I may replace this pictures later. Or, at least add on to the post. I just couldn't do the macro right on this camera.
There are only a few pictures that I have actually taken in which I stopped the car, got out, and took a picture. Many of them are in our neighborhood. Today, as I was driving to work, I stopped in the driveway and took this. Everything looked so cool with the frost.
Today is was cold again. In our neck of the woods, the trees didn't freeze over, but a little north, they all got a bit frosty. I took this one stopped at a light. Not the best picture, but in the 2 seconds I had to take it, it turned out OK.
This is my view out of my office window, but there are too many things in the way, so I had to go outside and take this picture. It was snowing pretty heavily, which you can see in the full-size image.
I really want my camera phone to work, but it just keeps the shutter open for too long. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. This is sort of a cute picture, since he freezes at just the right time to have his face in focus while almost everything else is a blur.