thank you very mulch

i heard 
saw
photos
 on
 instragram
 of
 the hudson river
 iced over 
it looked amazing
 i wanted to go get some photos

saturday morning
 was
dreary
 overcast
 drizzling 
humid
 but
 i decided
 i braved rain in paris
i can brave rain in nyc
 i donned my yellow hooded slicker 
got out the plastic 'condom' 
for my camera
 switched over
 to the 18-105mm lens 
headed out 

i was going to use the scene setting
 being lazy
 but
 i was having focus issues 
so
 i switched back to p mode

 the wet 
made all the colors 
deeper 
more intense 
saturated

 it was a nice day for taking photos

 i got a lot of interesting shots
 i will share
 at another time
 likely 
over at through my eyes 

saturday
 was
 mulch day in the city
 throw out 
your 
old
 needle dropping
 christmas trees
 there
 was 
a
 mulchathon
 going on






none of these are signed i am just too lazy they are all straight out of the d7000 

9 comments:

  1. So that's what the ground looks like without snow. Looking forward to your saturated images. :)

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  2. I love the tree-mulching. Noisy, but fast and effective. Then the mulch can be used for mulchables.
    Luv, K

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  3. Good! Back to the Earth with you tree. Since I'm in England, we naturally will burn the old tree in the fireplace along with more wood and coal...er...

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  4. Gosh, we have to get rid of our own. :-(
    Great mulchathon photos!

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  5. I can almost smell all that greenery being ground up in the chipper/mulcher.

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  6. We used to have a big bonfire here in Tulsa for the Christmas trees. Not since the economic downturn though.

    Looking forward to seeing your rain pics.

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  7. I hate it when those big machines go by on my street…no worries, though. The tree is currently "mulching' the living room...

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  8. Funny isn't it that we brave the weather when we're out of the country but stay locked inside in when we're home.

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