Saturday, July 15, 2017

a saturday night special...


70,86,73, .40",B

7 comments:

John Wells said...

Looks like we are definitely in the rainy season now. Time lapse of an arroyo flashing shot over a 2 hour time period. The storm dumped .7" of rain in about an hour. News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Memory Lane by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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Margery Bills said...

Interesting. TY.

JohnnyM said...

Gosh you have no idea how much I needed to see this just now! I sold the family home and the past 10 days even though I cleared it out 2 years ago so much stuff still there, luckily Bob hired help, I hired a 14 year old Wonder Woman. Gotta another 48 hours to clear the rest.
Thank you!

Larry G said...

Hope you got your share for the dry months later!

WhyR said...

Interesting how rainfall does not sink into that hardpan you live on, but runs downhill. Would a hood keep the raindrops off your lens?

John Wells said...

WhyR: I have contemplated that very thought. It's a little tricky keeping the rain off the front of the waterproof housing on the GoPro. First of all it is a fairly wide lens so a hood can't be too close. Second of all, the rain tends to blow in from all directions during a storm. So I guess the answer is...probably not. As long as it doesn't obscure the image too much I don't mind because the story is about rain after all. And I like the way the water drops eventually evaporate.

remmij said...

nice bit of water - should help top the tanks - that's a gnarly, tenacious, hydrated piece of brush clinging to the edge of the bank…
…even odder with you in DFW… but Neistat seems nonplussed
again Hitchcock-ian with the inverted cameo — liked the musical selection, but there is
something about the sound of flowing water in the desert.