Photo of the Day: Wind Farm

The last time I took a road trip in January was two years ago … with my parents … for a funeral. Below is a photo of a wind farm we passed in Iowa on that trip. I’m lucky my parents were willing to make the stop, because I got some pretty cool photos, most of which have never been published before.

Today I’m leaving on another road trip, but this time it’s a girls’ weekend at a spa in the Lake of the Ozarks! I’m so excited. Hopefully I’ll have some fun pictures to share when I return.

An Iowa wind farm, taken January 2011

Days 21-23: Iowa: Life Changing

I’m not sure about Iowa being life-changing as their slogan says, but we did have an interesting trip to Iowa this weekend. We traveled there for my uncle Bob’s funeral. He will be greatly missed, but it’s comforting to know he lived a long, full 94 years. We got to spend some great quality time with family and saw some interesting sites along the road.

Friday, Jan. 21: I wonder if this is a common occurence in Iowa?

1/1000 sec., F6.7, ISO 800
18-55mm lens (24mm focal length), no flash

 

Saturday, Jan. 22: Bob's church and funeral site, St. Edward Catholic Church in Waterloo, Iowa

1/60 sec., F3.5, ISO 400
18-55mm lens (18mm focal length), no flash

 

Sunday, Jan. 23: A wind farm in rural Iowa near I-35

1/250 sec., F22, ISO 200
18-55mm lens (21mm focal length), no flash