December 29, 2019

I took 3 photos today and 3 photos yesterday and they're kind of similar.



When things are basically the same, look twice, and what you see are the differences. Biggest difference: the color... even though it's all very blue.

10 comments:

BamaBadgOR said...

I'm a guy - I don't do differences in shades of colors. Or colors for that matter.

rhhardin said...

Proper photographic use of fog
https://www.flickr.com/photos/rhhardin/49293089637/sizes/o

rhhardin said...

The Bureau (TV series) is good, albeit with way too much pipe-laying in the first episode.

Also meta-entertaining with the importance of the French intelligence service, much like a dated Fred Hoyle Sci Fi novel with all the world's experts convening in London to figure out how to save the world.

Anyway it's mostly about subtly outsmarting people, one intelligence service against another. And, as a multi-year series, multiplots and lovers not quite getting back together.

The screenwriters aren't invisible though. Something happens and you may think of the screenwriters and not the plot.

traditionalguy said...

Oh no. They gave me the blues. Send sunshine quick.

rcocean said...

more clouds equals darker blue. But had to look closely for the differences.

ALP said...

Make a large image of dozens of them stitched together - like a quilt!

GingerBeer said...

I've got news for you professor, all of your photos are kind of similar. Any relation to "Kathy Hale?"

Turner: You're funny. You take pictures of empty streets and trees with no leaves on them.
Kathy: It's winter.
Turner: Not quite winter. They look like November. Not autumn, not winter. In-between. I like them.
Kathy: Thanks.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Days_of_the_Condor

Guimo said...

BFD.

stevew said...

I like those a lot. Full of feeling they are; somber and ominous at the same time. I love this time of year.

There are those who say the best photos are those that include people. I disagree.

Hercules, not that one though said...

I look forward to these pics. I'm diggin' this gal, Ann Althouse.