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17.3.09 Pakenham Windmill
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I finally caught her at the flower...smile
Butterfly in the tree....Almost didn't get posted tonight..still having internet problems!!
April 14, 2011-Hiding out.  While, I was coming around the back of the house I saw 6 cats scatter. This guy is the littlest cat from the group. (Day 104:365 @sharkbayte)
4-22: Taken from Running Deer natural area on Sunday.
July 5, 2006 - Self-portrait in the rain. I have done the other side in the rain , so I thought of looking in this time ! Tripod, interval timer set, jumped into the car, and made a sad face - I don't know which part was more difficult. Of course, now it all too much reminds me of Sebastian's self-portait, so my subconscious must have been influenced !S- I couldn't find yours to link !thanks  A closer crop without the sideview mirror here
May 17...  Behind the dike in the marchland
3rd year Pic 268 - Jul 02 2011 Self portrait   Munnar
17.04.10 - White Riot  Wood Anemones in Skellingthorpe Old Wood. On a beautiful sunny day I had my first proper wildflower walk of the year. The wood anemones formed a beautiful white carpet in many places, but the bluebells are late this year. For more shots from the wood go here;  http://www.lightanddreamsphotography.com/Nature/SKELLINGTHORPE-OLD-WOOD/7986469_5b324#839504135_F6NRk
24.12.09 - Christmas Eve  Fog was the order of the day today. We've had a slight thaw, but tonight it is back below freezing again. I had a wonderful photo walk round the Cathedral this evening. The combination of fog, floodlights and the golden limestone was magical as always. This will be a very familiar view to most of you by now, but each time I stand here I see something different. By the morning I'll have a whole gallery up so you can share tonight's walk with me.
July 24,2008  GERBERA DAISY  Thanks to Sara Finton, I learned how to do the circular distortions yesterday.  I was like a little kid experimenting with many of my images.  I even created an abstract gallery this was such fun! This is a half distortion.  I thought it was more interesting than the finished product and posted this one for today.  Here's the link to the complete circle...plus a few others...       http://mom4squirrels.smugmug.com/gallery/5515725_9reVk#337600558_NGjhx  Here's the original flower: http://Mom4squirrels.smugmug.com/gallery/2452453_zuNLx#337883904_L5E8j
Vertigo, anyone?    Trying to break out of the norm and see things from a new perspective.  This is a relatively new pedestrian bridge that crosses the Eno River and leads into the city park where all of my festival shots have come from.  This was the first time I crossed this bridge so I wanted to capture a few photos to mark the occasion.  Not content with a straight-on approach, I wondered what it would look like if I hung upside down from the top.  It probably goes without saying, but it was much harder to compose a decent shot than I expected. ;-)    Edit: It seems many have missed my little winkie there at the end.  I did NOT actually hang from the top.  I just wondered what it would look like if I had.  The difficulty was in getting the comp I wanted to make the shot look convincing.  This was shot standing on my own two feet, then the image was flipped in post.  While trying to compose this I was wishing for an inverted view, like the old view cameras.
Orange to Purple, Lake Sam Rayburn TX    The colors of sunset never cease to amaze me.  I love to watch the colors unfold even when the sky is lifeless without clouds.  Add some water lapping at my feet and a breeze carrying the sound of the waves and it's a paradise.      This is a single 3 minute exposure taken just a few minutes after sunset.  I used a 3 stop soft step graduated neutral density filter to reduce the exposure above the horizon by three stops.  I also used a 5 stop neutral density filter to get a really long exposure, creating the long exposure effect on the water and allowing the colors of the sunset to unfold as the exposure carried on.    It's HELP-PORTRAIT time again!  Help Portrait is a global community of photographers that set aside one day to make portraits for people in need.  This year it will be December 8.  Right now we're in fundraising mode.  If you'd like to donate $10.00 through "this groupon page your $10.00 will be matched by WACOM.  If you just want to get involved head over to www.help-portrait.com    I participated in Help Portrait last year in Columbia MO and it was a very inspiring experience.  I highly recommend you join a local group or start one if there isn't one in your area.  I for one will be calling the portrait studios here in Nacogdoches to get some volunteers and a volunteer studio space.    Critiques always welcome.    Daily photo: September 24, 2012, taken September 07, 2012
17.3.09 Pakenham Windmill

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