I had fallen into a rut where I assumed that in order to get an “interesting” photo I had to travel. To me “interesting” had become synonymous with “road trip”. Yesterday on the drive home from work as I passed over the bridge across Priddis Creek I looked to the west and saw there was a combination of interesting light and chinook cloud over the creek.
I drove home as fast as I could and swept into the house with all the gentle grace of a hurricane. I grabbed the camera and shouted a “See you in a few minutes, got to go get a picture” to Shirley before I was back in the car and heading to that bridge which is just a kilometer from home.
I was pleased to see the light hadn’t changed much and with a quick couple of adjustments to the camera I quickly fired off three bracketed shots. I know I promised not to get addicted to HDR but…
Chinook Arch Over Priddis Creek
Sometimes in our quest to discover new places we overlook the things right in our own backyard.