Objects in Mirror

are much closer


then they appear.




See! I took this one through the back window. It's definitely closer!


Comments

her indoors said…
first WOW must get a new word to describe your photograph skills!
and Meatloaf wrote a song about that one, 'objects in the rear view mirror seem a little closer than the are.........
swamp witch said…
Those are wonderful photos. All of them. I especially like your reflection in the second one, and I especially like the last one, and I especially like the first one...I especially like them all.
What are you doing in Seattle? If you had waited a week, we could have gotten together.

(than they appear :) :) )
Willowtree said…
Objects in the Mirror are sometimes a blogger.
Cooper said…
I will be comforted if you tell me these photos haven't been mirrored themselves, and you weren't actually driving when you took them.
mjd said…
Great pictures of the sun setting in the west. Your reflection in the second one is an unexpected bonus.
Gaynor said…
Clever Girl! Can you come and take some photo's for me? ! !
BarnGoddess said…
oh. my. gosh.

WOW! that last photo is gorgeous!
Susie said…
Stunning! I would have loved to watch that set over the ocean. You were traveling east though, weren't you?
xo
Mert said…
Beautiful! I had never thought of doing that, great idea. :D
Pamela said…
her indoors: new word is accidental.
swampwitch: We were in Seattle to lay aunt Pat to rest. A cremation allows for the memorial service to be held at everyone's convenience. So it was this weekend.
WT: indeed -- ! I love these pictures of me the best.
cooper: I was in the passenger seat.
First two pix were from the rear view
I missed the picture of the MOON when I was driving. A moon from a motorcyclist mama.
mjd: yes I unzoomed (or whatever you call it)
gaynor: I'd love to come over there an take pictures!!
Barngoddess: Forest fires adding to the intense color. No photoshopping at all!
Susie: yes we were headed east towards home. I'm suprised that our camera can take a photo at 70 mph
Pamela said…
Mert idle mind - tired of travel. Sun was freakin' absolutely on fire
ChrisB said…
I just love the last one that's reflected. Sunsets are a particular favourite of mine.
kailani said…
Beautiful end to a beautiful day.
Amanda said…
Beautiful Mom!
BS said…
GREAT PICTURES - I wish I had your talent ! I am going to tell my sister (SJ) to take a peek - she will love it too!
Whippersnapper said…
I noticed you posted this at 12:00 am. Seriously, is that midnight or noon? I've never known.

Beautiful pictures. The sun one is amazing.
Kila said…
Beautiful!

Every time I hear that sentence, I think of Jurassic Park.
Kila said…
whippersnapper: 12:00am is midnight.
Pamela said…
Chrisb: mine, too. I should have just said PULL OVER and let's set up the tri pod. But on the freeway it isn't always that easy

Kailani: It was in the 70's in Seattle - and you can't beat that. It got warmer and warmer as we drove east

Amanda: near the turn off to Goldendale. How's that for ironic

bs: accidental photographer. TRUTH.

Whipper: like Kila said Midnight. As soon as that clock ticks past 11:59:59 we're starting a new day

Kila: Jurasic Park scared the bejedins out of me so I never watched any more
Masago said…
:-) Very clever (and beautiful)!
Hayden said…
amazing shots. just amazing.
Debbie said…
Beautiful! Yes, I hope you were parked! ;)
You know what's funny? I took sunset pictures in my review and side mirrors this Saturday, but was on the road and so didn't have net access until today. I uploaded them to blogger, titled the entry "Objects in the Mirror," and have them saved for a future entry — but they're nowhere near as good (or as close) as these. I'm almost too ashamed to post them now!
Pamela said…
Masago: I'm thinking you could color it haiku
Hayden: The greatest shots are the ones you least expect to turn out
Debbie: No I was in the passenger seat at 70 mph
TWPintheG: Post them anyway. There must have been something in the air this weekend. I'm wondering if it had something to do with looking back...as we were coming home from a funeral.
wolfbaby said…
i have always wondered at why they do that with those mirrors it drives me batty

beatiful pics;)
angel said…
oh that picture of the sun is spectacular!
Susie Q said…
LOVE the photos...you are a true blogger! Alway a camera at the ready to catch these amazing pictures that would have been lost otherwise!

LOVE them.

Hugs,
Sue
WOW! Loved the first picture... but the 3rd... how cool! (Well... that would be HOT really :-)
Robin said…
Sunsets inspire me, and while I'd love to capture their picture, my camera never seems to be around. Sunrises inspire, too, but I managed to sleep through most of those in the summer, and in the winter, when they arise about the same time as me (or after), well, I'm just too sleepy to THINK to photograph them:).

Great shots!
Jenni said…
That's a gorgeous shot! I can't believe you got it through a car window!

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