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Tell me what you think you see in this image I took at Mud Lake in Colorado. Teri 📷
Just another manic Monday. Monday Morning. Blue Monday… it’s that kind of day already. Actually the blues started last night when at 7pm a strange rainless brief storm came in; blowing and howling with thunder and lighting. And then the … Continue reading
Recently my photography group had the privilege of visiting this 75 acre property of gardens. The owners have been building these since 1996 in the hills of central Ohio. As stated, they are private and are only opened to the … Continue reading
F3.5 – 1/100 – 100mm – ISO320 – Canon 5D M3
This photo was taken from the other side of the bridge shown in yesterdays post. Its location is right at the point where we were no longer driving down a very steep road and things were beginning to level out; … Continue reading
F 7.1 – ISO 160 – 1/30 – 35mm – Canon 5D MarkIII – Hand held while on a one lane bridge watching out for cars and getting out of the way a few times when one was coming!
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
Vegas is all about the lights and glitz on an average day but when it’s the holiday season they pull out even more glitter. This tree of glass balls was always surrounded by people in the daytime but I wanted … Continue reading
Or is it? While walking down Main Street in Historic St. Charles, Missouri there is so much to see, do, purchase and eat. We had lunch at a pub, I made out like a bandit at the English shop stocking … Continue reading