Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Dry Martini?

For Watery Wednesday I have gone to my archives. I took this picture last spring near where Tenaya Creek flows out of Mirror Lake in Yosemite.
We returned in the Fall.

This is almost the same spot and someone had used sticks and stones to outline a martini glass on the dry creek bed, complete with swizzle stick.

Find more watery scenes at Watery Wednesday, hosted for us by 2sweetnsaxy.

21 comments:

J Bar said...

Fun.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

GIOVANNI said...

See my tickling ang wiggling experience...

ewok1993 said...

Lovely before and after shot. I hope we get plenty of rain and snow this year.

ρομπερτ said...

What an impressive photography. Guess it might be time to take a better look at the environment, before we are asked to 'order our last drink'.
Please have a nice Wednesday.

Guy D said...

Wow is that ever a unique post, well done. I love before and after photos like these...

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Joops said...

cool shots.

My watery wednesday

luna miranda said...

excellent before & after photo. have a wonderful week!

Ebie said...

Cheers, Ms Z! I have to fill my stomach with food first before I drink, or else...I am nursing a cold, and I don't know if a little sip would help.

Beautiful before and after shots!

My Online Earnings said...

it's a cool shot. Thanks for the visit, Martha

My Link:
http://bacolodandbeyondjourney.blogspot.com/2009/12/watery-wednesday_15.html

Martha in PA said...

Cool pictures!

My WW

Carolyn Ford said...

Actually...this is damn scary! Excuse my language...but, beautiful post it is!

RNSANE said...

While I do like martinis, a hot buttered rum might be better at this time of year.

How sad that the creek bed has dried up!

BLOGitse said...

I like martinis,
but this time of year red wine keeps me warm! :)
Have a good day!

eileeninmd said...

How neat to have the before and after shots.

Diane AZ said...

Very clever, with great before and after pics.

JOE TODD said...

I wonder if the martini was "shaken not stirred" probably Dry though. Fun post thanks

Tricia said...

Cheers!

Denise said...

Ah now there's a story there. Would love to know what it is ;) Enjoyed the before and after pictures too, thank you.

storyteller said...

Fun photo views shared this week ;-)
Thanks for dropping by Small Reflections.
Hugs and blessings,

Gaelyn said...

Sure is nice to see a place in different seasons. Like the rock art.

jeannette stgermain said...

Coming over from Gaelyn's blog -Is that more East than Teneya Lake at the side of the road that leads to the Northern entrance? Just curious, because Teneya lake is one of my favorite painting spots!