This set of photos was taken on January 15, 2013 at various times through out the morning.
The location was in Washington DC throughout the city.
The "Take It!" was once again the randomness as well as how vivid the colors are in them. As there has been a photo dedicated to this
subject in the past - this is a new tribute to just how versatile these bits of pollution can be. All agreed that in spite of how they came to exist - the colors never fail to
The shape of the inner rings of color are for the most part concise and the structure of the color itself, fairly consistent. The outer
edge is entirely another matter. As this group shows - the outer part can look like any number of things including, the illustration they give on the weather channel of a
hurricane, a jelly fish, or a family portrait - lol.
I hope you enjoy imagining what these look like as much as I did while both photographing them and making up this little story for
These things are so easy to photo - you are all invited to take some pictures of them using your cell phones. Just watch for the color bursts
immediately after there has been rain after a dry spell. The rain sets them free.
Wishing you a happy day that is filled with unexpected color - no matter what the source.