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Midweek Monochrome 08-12-20

On my last springtime hike into Red Rock Canyon, things had changed dramatically in just two to three weeks from the previous journey into the same canyon. The plants had taken over, making the trip more obstacle course-like than before, and water levels in the creek had dropped with even some pools completely gone. There was plenty of life around, including these butterflies feeling spring in the air. This shot was somewhat challenging, as I had to use my body and hat to shade sun hotspots that were dotting the frame otherwise, while autofocus was not seeing things as I did.

WPC: Motion appears in a variety of subjects

I went searching through the archives for this week’s challenge, because I didn’t think I was going to find motion in my landscape photographs.  I prefer those to be sharp and still, but I even found some surprises there.  I couldn’t really chose a favorite, but maybe you’ll have one.

Auto racing at Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI
Auto racing at Road America, Elkhart Lake, WI

Waves crash the shore near Hilo, HI
Waves crash the shore near Hilo, HI

Drummer in action
Drummer in action

Stars above the forest of Mount Charleston
Stars above the forest of Mount Charleston

LPGA Hall-of-famer Nancy Lopez
LPGA Hall-of-famer Nancy Lopez

Parker Creek moves swiftly through it's canyon
Parker Creek moves swiftly through its canyon

Could there be motion in a solid object?
Could there be motion in a solid object?

Nighttime on the streets of Seattle
Nighttime on the streets of Seattle

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion.”

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