Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Sparkle

Once again I was not sure I would be able to participate with the headbangers, as I needed to find something without resource of my photo files. In other words, something had to sparkle today, while we were driving nearly 500 miles from early morning till dark.

I did find a sparkle last night as we turned into the street where our hotel was, while waiting at a stoplight, I spotted this underpass lighting. I would call that sparkly. I'll use a better shot of it for the header.
We often wonder about these trucks which we pass each time we drive through Weed. California. They are also kind of sparkly. What is the deal with a fleet of bright and sparkly multi-colored tank trucks. They always look so shiny and clean.
The snow made the Grand Canyon rather sparkly last week.
I will use this version of the underpass lighting for the header. Check the links in my sidebar to see what the other header challenge participants find. Their posts and new headers will be up sometime Wednesday.

5 comments:

imac said...

Sparkling Pic and post Kathy,you and I are sailing in the same boat here,lol, no lots of albums to go at, and not right computers,good luck.

Craver Vii said...

Your header reminds me of a theme that I was considering: abstract. I have seen some very good photography that has been done this way and art does not have to always be conventional. I like how you captured the essence of motion.

By the way, this is just a guess, but I bet the pink truck has the lowest mileage. lol

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Certainly a one of a kind photo Kathy. Thanks for sharing your sparkling photos.

Lew said...

Love the underpass lighting- it has a nice flow in addition to the sparkle! One the gasoline vendors in this area has a fleet of tanker trucks that are bright red, with logo and ads. They are kept clean and sparkling.

Christine said...

The underpass lights are so cool! I love your image. And those trucks--I've never seen anything like it, except maybe a pink garbage trucks (for breast cancer awareness). But a whole fleet of colors! Wow. :)