Posts tagged ‘macro’
A yearly or biyearly thing, a day out with Rhys!
Rhys has this thing for “abandoned” house. There are only so many out there, but we ventured around and found a few spots.
We worked on Sunflares and angles and seeing the “big picture” this time.
We stopped in at an old caboose that Rhys had fun with. of course, he really wanted to get inside – but alas – it was locked!
I got a new buddy, the Green Arrow!
An awesome field of yellow!
The day ended with Viv visiting as well, I do think Archer liked her.
We had some killer heat the last week in NH and there was no long distance hiking to be had!
So I hit up the Basin one afternoon, with my camera and a towel to hang out.
You can’t beat the water here in NH, clear and always flowing. And the mushrooms are in abundance!
Yes, that IS A smurf!
I picked him up when shopping for Hardy Boy books on the weekend. I thought, well mushrooms = smurfs, right?
Oh Cherry Mountain! Nice hike on a very hot day, shady and comfortable hike. A few steep spots however. Worth the trek!
Of course, I hunted out the mushrooms. As well as how the great shafts of light were hitting the ground. Never know what you will find and make for a great picture.
Mr. Frog jumped over my boots so I thought I’d take his picture. He didn’t sit still for very long, however.
The views! You cannot beat the views, can you? ‘nuff said.
I have several trinkets that I carry with me. Wonder Woman is one of them. I thought I’d give a nice perspective shot a try.
This was a bit more challenging than I thought it was going to be. A lot of water crossing and balancing, but a great hike!
As always the views at the top were stellar! Quiet and peaceful and so worth the 4000 calorie burn!
I got a lens balls and I have been having some fun with it. Not sure I am in love with it, but I am working towards that!
As always I found mushrooms! When it takes 3 miles to get up to the views, sometimes you entertain yourself with taking pictures of ‘shrums.
Another After work jaunt! This time I found another set of waterfalls to tramp around.
I was very excited, the mushrooms are popping! Great falls the lower ones are spectacular, and nothing like that sound as well.
The hike after this started to get a bit harder, more rocks, more roots. And a little less sun, which is great for taking pictures of moving water!
With each set of falls, the trail got slightly more difficult, and the falls got prettier. Isn’t that how it always goes?
So a 3 mile hike, due to going off the trail on purpose, and 4 hours later! Tada!
Rock on, dot com!
We welcomed a new addition about a month ago, his name is Archer. He’s slowly starting to fit in and get used to us and us to him.
Back yard beauty! I love my back yard and don’t spend enough time in it, since I travel.
I went off for a walk to the pond and snagged a few pictures around an about.
The light was great – spring brings different subjects to light
I walked up Ricky T’s driveway, I always find something to take a picture of there.
I then hit up the old Church, and got a few good shots. A bit haunting to be honest.
And then – the tracks!