WordPress Photo Challenge: Movement (The Most Important Movement)

By: Michele Kearns

Jul 06 2012

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Category: Wordpress Photo Challenge


Focal Length:55mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
“Moving Air Conditioner Blades”

It was 82 degrees went I went to bed on 7/5, and 77 degrees when I got up at 7:30 on 7/6, and as I hit the “publish” button, it is 95 degrees at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings time.  Moving air conditioner blades are the most scenic view in Ohio and have been for the past week or so.

19 comments on “WordPress Photo Challenge: Movement (The Most Important Movement)”

  1. I’m so glad that you have power so that the blades can move and keep you cool!

    • My golden retriever and I are very thankful there is power to keep the blades moving.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. All God’s best to you.

  2. Good one. I think yours is a creative response to the challenge. Did you ever see that man on Letterman years ago, stop a fan with his tongue? just thinking about that gives me a shudder.

  3. The blades kept moving but I am even more impressed by the movement of your temperature weather wise. Keep cool.


    • Thanks for stopping by a commenting. It is currently 84 degrees at 8:56 a.m. Should reach 97 this afternoon with severe storms this evening. Will be a frigid 82 tomorrow. 😉

  4. Nice take on the challenge theme! We have all needed a fan to cool off in this ridiculous summer heat.

  5. Very creatiive!

  6. Love all the lines and curves here!

  7. Your moving blades would be an extremely welcome sight for me… if I was home (Tucson, AZ)… where daytime highs have been in excess of 100F for most of the past 6 weeks! However I have been in the New Mexico mountains for a month now… and after a forest fire destroyed over 250 homes in the area… it is now cold and rainy. I’ll take the heat… and I am anxious to get home. You have rendered a very nice interpretation of the theme… thank you.

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Glad you like my interpretation. What New Mexico mountains? My Dad lived out there 25 years before he and step mom moved back here in 2009. I’ve been to the Sandia’s and Jimenez.

  8. what a great image and take on this week’s theme

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