Project 365, Day 239; Flowers, Hills, Crosses, and Fences

More experimentation with the new Canon this evening out on the patio.

And a couple more photos from yesterday’s excursion out on the back roads

I haven’t gone inside a church in years. What got into me?

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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15 Responses to Project 365, Day 239; Flowers, Hills, Crosses, and Fences

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  2. I liked this post very much! Especially the first shot! It’s amazing!


  3. A.Barlow says:

    Reminds me I need to take a back roads excursion. Cool cross there!


  4. How did I miss this? When did you get this new camera? What type of Canon is it? What made you choose that camera/model? Did you enjoy playing around with it – just a little? That lovely crosshatching grillwork with the cross reminds me there’s a competition running at
    for silhouettes – check it out if you haven’t seen it already. She has lots of technical advice posts I’m enjoying too.


    • Angeline M says:

      I’ve kept it rather quiet. I was, in my mind, so proficient with the Olympus I had before, and then went to the iPhone exclusively when Olympus died. So I got this Canon a couple of months ago and have used it sparingly…wasn’t too sure about it. I made this weekend the “do it or else” and went out for a couple of hours and put my iPhone securely in my purse and told myself I would not use it for photos. The Canon is a PowerShot SX40 that has both auto and manual setting capabilities. My next step it to test it out on manual settings, but I have a lot to learn on that score. Thanks for the link, I’ll definitely look in to that!


  5. mdphotographers says:

    Congrats on your new camera.. Loving the photos coming from it! So many layers to photo# 3.. Beautiful.


    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks. I’ve had the camera a couple of months or so and keep shying away from it, so this weekend I said I would go out and NOT use my iPhone at all no matter what. Is there such a thing as iPhone anxiety? I’m glad you like #3.The hills are my favorite subject.


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