A quick 15 min batch of sunflower photos.
Posts tagged ‘yellow’
The light started to change and I ventured out into the back yard to take a few photos – all of these were taken w/in 20 or so minutes and all in my back yard.
A few shots of the Iris’ and the blooms on Jules apple tree.
The potato fields right out back from my house.
There is our super humble abode – and a wickedly awesome sunset.
I had to lighten these up a little to get the details out
Moving into the side yard – when the light started to change again.
My beloved railroad tracks. And, hello there, Canada.
And lastly, my fence. I wasn’t ever planning on putting up a fence but – you know – unruly neighbors – but no that it’s there, I love it! It gives me a fun spot to take photos off and giving me some contrast and texture in my photos.
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.
This is sort of an on going series for me. Since I am only home for short periods of time, my back yard and home take on an ethereal feel for me.
Archer had fun in the lovely back field that was planted this year behind our house.
There is something about the “wide openness” of Maine, more so in The Valley and Aroostook County.
Archer enjoying the huge back yard, and his big ball he loves to lick for hours.
There really is no place like home.
Sometimes you do not need a destination. My goal was to – drive!
I picked a road and drove, heading towards Vermont. I picked a town. Literally at random and hit – go! Lupines!!!
I love playing with perspective and focal points, I’m not great at it, but I like doing it. Looking at a flower from the ground up is different then when you look at it from above.
I loved that the clouds were coming in. The sky is such an interesting place. Some people love that sold blue. I do as well, but give me interesting clouds any day!
As I mentioned, I am part of a Facebook Photo Page that does challenges. Our challenge, if we accepted, I did, was “in the garden”. So the last two weeks I’ve spent a lot of time looking a flowers
I saw this out of the corner of my eye and totally brought me to Stephen King’s It! The old MiniSeries? Where he is standing there in the swampy area? I don’t know, I loved it I promptly slapped on the brakes and ventured along the road, down the embankment, and snapped a few pics.
Driving around I think in Lancaster? I saw a trail on the side of the road by the bridge. Stop I did! I found this old abandoned factory. So, in I went!
The most unlikely stops. A Jehovah Witness Church. Great pinks!
Last, but not least – I stopped over in Sugar Hill. I had scouted this place for some night photography, it looks great in the daytime as well!
My last ride before school started – freedom gone
My wife likes birds. No, really, we have bird feeders everywhere – we had one on the window recently but had to remove it, as our cat, Sage gave herself a bloody nose from colliding with the glass. Enjoy the day!