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And I didn’t! While out in the woods taking photos of all of the interesting fungi that had sprouted after some rainy weather I noticed this one there all by itself. I was so busy with the fungus and leaves … Continue reading
For a family portrait shoot. The two boys were having too much fun getting leaves all over them for mom’s patience though I think.
Since I took this photo a few weeks ago at a local nature reserve, we have had and currently are having some heavy rains with winds; not good for keeping leaves around. I’ve driven past several trees making note to … Continue reading
So what is going on here? I was looking down at the creek from the bridge we were on when I noticed all of the layers before me. The shale at the bottom of the creek along with the leaves … Continue reading
While we haven’t come near peak conditions for fall foliage here yet, I have seen some trees – especially maples – begin to change. Maples and ginko trees are my favorites for fall colors because their leaves turn such beautiful … Continue reading
Have you ever looked at your photos and wanted to do something extra with them; change their look? Would you like to be able to do this easily and quickly? You can with Topaz Restyle. With this software plug-in you … Continue reading
After converting the color image of this photo of autumn leaves into black and white the outcome reminded me of tarnished silver or slightly burnt caramelized sugar. I can just see this as a framed image. What do you … Continue reading
As seen in a local park; a black-eyed Susan still growing and lifting it’s head to the…well, on this day it was an overcast sky. That just goes to show you that life finds a way to look up no … Continue reading