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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Friday, December 19, 2008

Multiple Views

I was so excited to see the sun break through yesterday afternoon after three days of gray.

As the sun hit the crystals hanging in my window rainbows danced around the room. Those rainbows are very elusive to my camera.

Rainbows on the ceiling

Then the largest crystal drew my eye, and...

I had fun with this and will continue to play with the idea of a crystal lens.

Same view without the crystal.

12 comments:

Natural Moments said...

Great Idea. A crystal lens or a crystal filter would be a great way to explore the world. Maybe our world now is like a prism, and perhaps all of the fractal units can follow the projection back through the prism to the source that initially divides this world into a seemingly infinite amount of point of views or dimensional realities.

dAwN said...

Great photos..love your crystals in the window and you photo of the sky thru the crystal...Happy Holidays

George said...

Very interesting pictures, especially the one with the crystal.

Karen said...

Boy was I ever glad to see that rain end, too1 We ahd to breakd down the trailer and move it two blocks in the rain in Tuesday so they could do repairs to our floor under warranty. Jim was soaked! and I was just wet.

Sunita said...

I'm trying very hard to imagine how three days without sun would be like. Here I think we take the sun for granted.
BTW, that photo on the blog name header box (is that what they call them?) is just amazing! Astounding sweep of colour!
I love your crystals... are they hanging from the ceilng or are they clipped onto something?

Eki Akhwan said...

What a wonderful life journey you have. I wish I could do the same ... :)

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

Eki

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful header. What a great idea to shoot through the crystal.
I have 2 small crystals on the windshield of my car and IF we get sun I like to see the rainbows on my hands as I drive. MB

Tanya said...

Very cool skywatch photos! I lol'ed reading your profile about owning "wheelestate"! I've not heard that one before, clever! My husband is in the rv business so I'll have to pass that one on to him :)

The Tile Lady said...

Neat Skywatch! The crystals are a wonderful way to capture the light, but also made for some interesting photos!

Marie

Chandramouli S said...

What an amazing scene! I like the second photo with crystals hanging and the last one, especially. I'll sure be here for more Skywatching in future!

Lew said...

Great skies through the crystals! If your camera has a lens which accepts screw on attachments, you can get some that give interesting effects.

Susie of Arabia said...

Absolutely love your crystals... That close-up image is amazing!

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