Things are still hectic around here, but I thought I’d post a little something I did on my staycation by playing a game with my (rank) amateur photos. What’s the difference between this body of water above and the one below? Hint: The answer is not the watermarked year.
Definitely bigger waves in the first one. They have different color water and sand, too.
Let’s try another. What’s the difference between the water where this dog is playing and the water where a dog is playing in the photo below (aside from the quality)?
Once again, bigger waves and different color water.
How about one more? Where is the sailboat in this picture and where is the one below?
One of them is in a big city and the other is in a small coastal town.
One of them is fresh water and the other is salt water.
Here is the answer; one of them is Lake Michigan and the other is the Gulf of Mexico. Lake Michigan is the body of water that has bigger waves, yellow sand and always the photo above. I was surprised to see the lake with bigger waves than the ocean/gulf.
What do they have in common?
Me . . . taking the same types of pictures in two different parts of the country. I really need to come up with something original. 😏😎
Thanks for playing.