I spent about 15 minutes taking photos at this barn the day that I took this photo. I kept waiting for the sun to finally fall behind the barn and created this great glow with some nice colors surrounding it. I found this barn while driving some way back roads in western Clay County.
Not good weather and lots of yard work kept me from getting out and getting photos this weekend, but hopefully I can catch some good stuff this week and next weekend.
Here is a shot of the Southern Ionics corporate office in downtown West Point, part of a beautiful downtown that I live one block from and get to enjoy everyday. Thankful for small towns that are rejuvinated with stores and other businesses that keep that small town flare and charm going.
Here's a great sunset I caught last year from Waverly Waters just outside of West Point. The water was very calm and created some true reflections almost to the point that if you flipped the image upside down it would look the same. It's like a double sky!
This is another shot from the sunrise I posted yesterday. When I am fortunate enought to catch a great sunrise, I take lots of photos to get the most of it, and if you've never shot a lot of photos of a sunrise, it's not easy, because that sun rises super fast! I never really noticed how fast the sun actually moves until I started shooting sunrises and sunsets. It brings new meaning to the phrase "catch a sunset".
Lately it seems like everytime I get up early and try to shoot a sunrise, it is either too cloudy or no clouds in the sky. I'm hoping that changes tomorrow morning, but as for now here is a great sunrise that I caught not far from home in Clay County. When the clouds are like this, you get a great sunrise (or sunset). The light needs something to bounce off of to create more color and shades of colors. Fingers crossed for a sunrise like this tomorrow morning.
Here is the sun peaking out from behind a fence post in Western Clay County, a beautiful area with lots of farms and rolling hills that make for some great scenery and therefore great photos. I still like to explore it from time to time even though I have probably been down every backroad there before.