Each day I am amazed at the brilliant photo opportunities that just happen before me. Unplanned drive by photo-shootings are often the best.
This morning on while out on errands, I happened upon this hot air balloon. It was just floating up in the sky begging me to let it be my morning model. So, I complied.
After, I spotted the balloon, I had to change my path home. But, I was able to get some good shots of the balloon with great clouds and country backgrounds.
Lesson for today: Always, always have you camera out and ready.
Have a wonderful day y’all and Hotty Toddy! Go Rebels, Beat Texas.
Your balloon pik at the top, just coming into view evokes in me memories of my childhood. Summertime, crickets, evening haze, very sweet smell of freshly cut hay fields – sharp stems poking you as you walk thru the fields. Thanks, those are precious memories.
Glad I could help. Thanks.
the second one was best, I love the yellow field and the lonely balloon, you can really feel the height, and the ligt was great. its just amazing what changes a camera can do in a life, impulsive acting, and new friends! 🙂
what camera and lenses do you have/use?
Thank you for your comment. I have a Nikon DSLR 3100. I use two lenses. The one that came with it.(standard lens) and a 28mm-80mm macro lens.
Thanks for dropping by the Chateau. I like you love capturing passing images. We both have hot air balloons in our areas. They are magic in the skies.
Yes they are. Thanks for visiting.
If you get a chance take a ride in hot air balloon. Its cool and you will get great photo opportunities.
I would love to sometime.
Your pictures tell a story….I especially love your homepage photograph. Oh, how I miss living in the east during this time of the year.
Thanks. Glad you like my pictures.
Love your idea here and the title for the category, drive by photo shooting. Love that!
Thanks Penny. Glad you like.
I have been told several times to keep my camcorder on me at all times but I keep coming up with excuses! This is proof I should. Great shots 🙂
Yes you should! Thanks for your visit.
Two things on my bucket list are riding in a hot air balloon and a helicoptor. Hmmm, I think I better start saving money. Thanks for stopping by and liking my blog.
Welcome. Yes they are both expensive.
I have had this same experience and blogged about it on a different site. I’ll have to bring it over now that I am here. Your pictures are much better though. I was so excited the first time i saw “my” baloons I could hardly focus!
Yes, there is something fantasy like when you look up and see balloons.
Perhaps it is because we photographers would like to have that birds eye view (through our view finders!)
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