Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Local Night Scenes


After that "Men at Work" post, I really wanted my next post to be a recipe of some sort, but it's just not working out for me.  Because of busyness, lazyness, and having guests over, I've been making tried-and-true things lately.  Nothing new and exciting to blog about (except for some cookies I tried yesterday, but I'm not sure if the pics have turned out well or not, yet).  So today, I will share with you some more scenery pictures.  My husband actually took these, with my new camera.  (Apparently, he knows how to work it way better than I do!)  This is a night scene from a look-out point; it's featured on my blog here, but in the daytime. 

On this particular look-out point (there are a few that we go to) there is a huge statue.  This statue is, I believe "Our Lady of Fátima".  I think she's the same thing as the Virgin Mary, but I'm not sure, and I get confused easily.  So if you want to know more, go read that Wiki article.  I have no idea how tall this stature is, but it is tall.  It has a little bar/restaurant in the statue pedestal.  Anyway, here is a cool night picture of her.

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4 comments:

Linda said...

I love the night shots! The statue is kind of haunting looking at night. Your new camera takes great pics!

Sonya said...

Wow I love the first shot!! you have a new camera too:) Im still trying to fgure out all the wonderful things it can do..like take night shots..mine havent come out as good as yours yet..lol

What A Dish! said...

My husband used a tripod to capture these shots and he said it made all the difference. :)

LadyJayPee said...

Love both of the night shots, Dishy!