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In the garden of my then house, getting the fright of my life when I got a close up of what I thought was a cute little grasshopper. Is it licking its chops and eyeing me? A couple of quick photos, … Continue reading
This week it’s all about two clear halves in a composition in the WPC. Splitting the photo in half when framing your shot, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Better than splitting hairs.
Doors can close you off, or lead you out. The WPC has opened a wonderful challenge.
Watching a plane come in at a small regional airport on a rainy tarmac, as I wait to get on my way to my destination.
To the side of a house I walked by, the broken fence didn’t serve in keeping anyone out; maybe it was to keep the boat in, but no matter, there’s not much water in Northern California anyway.
stamen enveloped in the heart of the Peony resting comfortably within the seat of their being enveloping my eyes in their beauty
Brie Anne Demkiw, in the Weekly Photo Challenge, has asked us to show the forces of nature from our corner of the world; she does make mention of the fast-moving fog in San Francisco, so I thought I’d show an … Continue reading
I am challenged when it comes to looking under the hood of a car. To me, this is the most intricate of work. I mean, all those tubes and hoses going who knows where.
The field down the road is in constant change, but nothing captures my eye so much as when the bales of hay sit in the field waiting to dry a bit before being loaded onto trucks to be taken away. I took … Continue reading
Twirling in my nightgown in the morning light, camera in hand; I snapped the photo unintentionally.