I headed up to my cousin, Bonnie’s place, for some shallots. And snagged theses pics.
B&W or Color?
If you look around, you never know what you’ll see or find. A run down house can be extraordinary. A singular, old mailbox, can be stunning.
Until now, I’d had a film camera – then my lovely wife bought me my first DSLR – a 10meg pix Canon Rebel SL – bare basic, stripped down camera.
Right outside Lajoie/Gran Prix Farms in VB.
I still had my bare basic SL at this time, which is STILL in my closet, btw. However, I was steadfast that when I got home I was getting an “all in one” lens because hoofing around a wide angle and a telephoto was getting heavy.
I love doors, well, I love a lot of things. This is in Taos, New Mexico in the pueblos. What a gorgeous area.
Mountains in Colorado. Just gorgeous.
Ah, I spent the year here, in Deer Isle. A lovely angry sky night!
I was out chasing the light one evening and ended up not where I thought I was going – I took a left and not a right – I ended up here, close to a private peer, I think. And I got some great purple light that night!
I did this lovely B&W challenge, the below was taken with my phone.
One of my first digital shots. I was walking our dog, Storm by the tracks and off these guys flew over head. I took this from “the hip”
This is Storm, she was sad this day because the retaining wall had literally fallen – thanks to the flooding!
The house pictures are my friend, Kasey’s home. I did a series of black and white and color and the B/W are FAR better looking than the color- and then Mr. Hummingbird.
A left over from the previous fall – in clear water.
NOT Fiddleheads! I just liked the light and shadow – my reward for this pic – a wet butt an a great picture!
Granite Quarry off Oceanview in Stonington, ME!
Scott’s Landing – found as is! I just lined up the shot!