Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Dawn of a New Day

6:00 this morning out the door to Billings. Leonard had a doctor's appointment and it took us a little over two hours to get there. I was trying to catch the beautiful sunrise over the Wolf Mountains. I caught something I hadn't intended - a windmill. This was taken out the car window at 70 mph. No, I don't like to take pictures that way but if I'm going to get them at all I have to.

6 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Diane,this is an amazing shot.Hope the day went well.
Blessings,Ruth

The French Bear said...

That is one way! It is really quite a lovely picture, caught at the precise moment!!!!
By the way, your summer fun loving feet look fabulous!!! Those feet have put on a lot of miles this summer!!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great picture --even with the windmill... George does the same thing when I'm trying to take a picture. He just keeps on driving fast --and won't even slow down.. Darn him!!!!! ha ha

Hope Leonard got a good report today.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jill said...

Sometimes we do what we have to in order to get the shot we want. The colors are perfect and a bonus is the windmill. Good thing the cameras are digital or it would cost us a fortune to develop them.
Have a wonderful day Diane.:)

Jayne said...

What an added bonus to your beautiful sunrise Diane!

Laurie said...

Before I even read your post Diane, that windmill popped out of the picture. What a beautiful shot!
When we went through the mountains in Virginia, my head was out the window taking some beautiful pictures. Sometimes it's the only way to go!