Ominous weather #6 - close call by goodoleboy ()
Transportation posted on Oct 14, 2016
Members remain the original copyright holder in all their materials here at Renderosity. Use of any of their material inconsistent with the terms and conditions set forth is prohibited and is considered an infringement of the copyrights of the respective holders unless specially stated otherwise.
Because of highway hypnosis?
Sixth and final posting in a series of shots taken by my nephew with his Apple iPhone as he drove from Hobbs, New Mexico to Santa Fe, New Mexico on 9/16/16 . I don't know if he encountered any heavy rain during his trip, and I'm not sure if he took the pics while driving or having stopped. Maybe I should have asked. Anyway, with his permission I added various goodies to the scenes, this one with birds and two autos downloaded from the Internet. So essentially all I did was create a composition.
Better to ZOOM on this.
Image Comments (5)
helanker () 10:56AM | Sat, 15 October 2016
Hmmmm ! I would drive the opposite way :) Excellent creativity, Harry .)
UteBigSmile () Online Now! 12:19AM | Sun, 16 October 2016
Many thank's for making comments on my images, I wish you a marvelous Sunday!!!
T.Rex () 5:31AM | Mon, 17 October 2016
Hmmm... do you too have pterydacyls where you live? Or is it in Arizona? Nice job compositing! Keep up the good work! ::-)
MrsRatbag () 8:09PM | Tue, 18 October 2016
Looks like some serious weather around there! Great job building this scene, Harry!
anahata.c () 10:25PM | Mon, 24 October 2016
I like T-Rex's comment about pterodactyls...A giddy choice, love how the cars are on an angle on the road, as if they stopped to have a fight. (Hogging the road too---nice touch, lol.) And I see one going one way, the other going the other. (I think Helle thinks they're both going the wrong way.) Great touch of humor, like they stopped to ask how the family was, while Hell is brewing 20 miles down the road. And the birds---again, in gray silhouette---are ominous once more, looking a bit like pterodactyls. Lots of different positions in them, too...More whimsy---you did a delightful job with these bleak storm-brooding landscapes, adding totally unexpected accents, and having a lot of fun with them. I like the olive green and purple of those cars---real contrasts. Delightful messing around with your nephew's photos, Harry.