Saturday, October 30, 2010

Lots of wet

Red barn, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Leaves, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Circular, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

One, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Pines, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Stump, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Wood, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Today I took quite a lot of photographs, and here are some of them, a short story in photographs. It was good to be out walking with the family. The slight drizzle seemed to scare away most people, but when you have the right clothes, weather rarely is a problem.


Uora said...

My favourite here is the stump photo. Interesting photo!

Juha Haataja said...

Lumbermen had been active in the forest... leaving evidence behind.

Markus Spring said...

Of this fine series, "One" triggered my special interest. I did myself a small series on "Suspended Leaves" and found no explanation how a leaf can get speared like this "One". Leaves are of robust material and sturdy surface, and the forces of the wind allow the leaf to evade, but in spite of this theory, transfixed leaves are not rare. Puzzling, to say the least.

Juha Haataja said...

@Markus: Indeed, this is a mystery seeking an answer. Maybe someone could explain this with computational modeling - simulating such a leaf and estimating the probability of impact. I guess you would need a supercomputer for such stuff.

But I think the simple explanation is that there are so many leaves, and thus all kinds of things can happen.