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Well it’s the planetary conjunction a day off anyway. Yesterday it rained all day and part of the night so missed THE day for the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. It was off and on cloudy all day until the … Continue reading
I didn’t think we’d have a chance of photographing anything today as it was very cloudy and threatening rain all day. Then the weather started to taunt us with patches of light and blue sky before retreating to gloomy and … Continue reading
While out on an early morning hike in search of wood ducks, I paused to look up to find where the loud chirping was coming from (not a wood duck by the way) and saw this… It was a beautiful … Continue reading
I’m terrible at looking and analyzing stats – I think it has something to do with taking statistics and other similar classes in college; I shudder remembering them – so I really don’t go over my numbers as much as … Continue reading
Once past the hotel swimming pool and onto the beach, there was more to behold as the moon slowly said farewell to us and to the rising sun.
Sometimes you just have to stop and capture that moment in time for it will never exist again. Yes, I know that there will be other sunrises and moons etc. over this swimming pool but there will never be an … Continue reading
One day we actually set our alarm to wake up in time for sunrise on the beach. We had to walk past the hotel pool in order to get to the path to the beach when I saw this and … Continue reading
Last night as I was sitting reading this and that on the laptop I ran across a juicy tidbit that said “Tonight is the last Super Moon of 2015!” It had totally slipped my mind. I got up to peer … Continue reading
F/9.0 – 1/250 – 100mm – ISO100 – Canon 5D MarkIII – Tamron 70-200 lens