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Day 45 - The moon represents...    Update:   Thank you for all the support and comments. This shot took a lot of my patience and it pays off. I have been taking photos of this moon for the past few night until the cloud finally kicks for this capture.
July 19th  HOSTA FLOWER
3-18-13 Coquille Lighthouse. I'm taking a long exposure online class and based upon feedback I reprocessed this image
WOW...I was shocked at all the comments on my bug picture! They were some very strange and cool looking bugs..I had never seen any like that before. Thanks so much..you all are the best!    This lady bug was on a weed right next to the strange looking bugs..I will have to go back and check those weeds out again!
Dog-Tired....Exactly how I'm feeling this morning! Had a busy day yesterday and was out late...will catch up with everyone tonight!
For all of you that are getting snow...hope this adds a little brightness to your day! Sure wish I could get some of that snow!!
November 4th, 2010 - Pretty in Pink  For IndigoDreams:  This is for your “post pink” challenge and I sincerely apologize that it is so late! I had good intentions to do this earlier but you know what they say about those! However, they also say “better late than never”, right? No excuses – this should have been posted on Tuesday.  While I have not personally met or lost someone who has had breast cancer, I certainly feel that it deserves as much time and energy as any other ailment – even one death is too many. I lost my mother to Huntington's Disease a year ago and I can understand how the drive to make other people understand and support a cause comes about (and how trying it can be) - I applaud you for your compassion and your energy.  On Display: The Copper Kettle (Laramie, Wyoming)
March 1, 2011 "The Rose" this is SOOC using my new Sigma 50-500 lens, hand held and natural light through a window. I ordered it a week ago and all buyers remorse was gone after the first few shots.  The roses were sent to our office manager by her husband yesterday on their 35th ann..
Lower Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon, located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona.  Some have asked if you can see the saturated colors with the naked eye. The answer is "no."   Photos taken in this canyon, which is 50 feet or more below the surface, need to be captured with the camera on a tripod, ISO 400 and higher, and the lens stopped down to achieve as great a depth of field as possible.  Also, due to no direct light, exposures may vary from a second to over a minute. I had no idea of the proper settings but listened to the pros shooting around me.  I also had no idea of the beautiful colors in the canyon until after each photo was taken.   Another tip - if you want to get out of there alive, please do not use your flash. I didn't and I survived.  Best results are achieved when the sun is high in the sky, and from late Spring to early Fall.  Someone wanted to know if using a flash would stir up bats or some other form of wildlife.  I'm sure it could.  I was cautioned not to use a flash because of the wrath that could potentially rain down on me from other photographers.  The saturated colors that you see in photos like mine are only achieved by using time exposures.  A flash will only wash out the colors.
2009  OK everyone - I "bit the bullet" and bought my first macro lens - it's a Nikon 105 VR.  This is my daily today and it was shot hand held of the Texas Prickly Pear blooms.  Many of my shots with the new lens today weren't great - I guess I was shaking.  I didn't particularly like the comp, but loved the colors.  Still learning this new lens.  Anyway, I'm loving the experience.  Thanks for all your comments.  Have a wonderful day tomorrow.     Best viewed in Xlarge or 2X    Linda
August 20, 2010    What the heck kind of bug is this???    Whatever it is, it's truly ugly in X3, but I couldn't help snapping, then posting this photo.    Spotted this really ugly fellow on my husband's 1981 Ford truck's window wipers.  I have no idea what this guy is, but he is really, really ugly.  Let me know if you know what this guy's  name is.  Hope he gives you a laugh today.    Thanks to everyone for your comments!!!    Linda    PS - see the comments below:  Pulsman's friend thinks it's a Dance Fly (that's pretty cool, he does seem to be dancing - sort of), and Macropixels agrees with Pulsman that it is the fly family Empididae, a Empis Tesselata.  Cool to know.
Cowboy at the Rodeo - I saw this gentleman walking away from the coliseum and snapped this photo.  He glimpsed me taking his picture and stopped and offered to pose for me.  I took some other shots of him but liked this first one the best.  I appreciated those of you who took the time to check out my most recent barrel racing shot.  Thanks.  My cold is still hanging in there, but I'm sure I'll start to get better soon.  Like everyone else, I hate being sick.  I've fallen down a bit on my commenting but hope to be back to normal tomorrow.  Enjoy your day!
October 17, 2009 - "Color In The Fog"    This was shot at the top of the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces.  As we descended to the bottom of the terraces, the cold, foggy and damp morning  turned to heavy sleet.  I was left alone as most people left to escape the sleet that was coming down almost horizontally.  My levi's were soaked when I got down but I ended up getting many beautiful photos to choose from!    It will probably take me 4 or 5 posts to attempt to convey the scope and beauty of the Mammoth Hots Springs Area.    from    http://www.nps.gov/yell/naturescience/mamterr.htm	  Mammoth Terraces - At Mammoth Hot Springs, a rarer kind of spring is born when the hot water ascends through the ancient limestone deposits of the area instead of the silica-rich lava flows of the hot springs common elsewhere in the park. The results are strikingly different and unique. They invoke a landscape that resembles a cave turned inside out, with its delicate features exposed for all to see. The flowing waters spill across the surface to sculpt magnificent travertine limestone terraces. As one early visitor described them, "No human architect ever designed such intricate fountains as these. The water trickles over the edges from one to another, blending them together with the effect of a frozen waterfall."
07/16/2011 ***It was refreshing then; it's refreshing now.*** I learned how to do pin up photography today :) How could I resist but to do a vintage Coke ad?   [edit by david: Jacci used the monster softbox I made with directions from here, adding in her effects magic on top.  update 9/30/2011: There is now a blog posting about the construction of the monster softbox.]
Blueberries  Driving down the road, I thought this was a pretty January scene.  Oregon is well known for its berries.  The lines running away from us are blueberries, and the bushes to the right of the farmhouse are more blueberries. I think the bushes in front of the house are, too, but the color is slightly different. We'll have to drive by in the summer and see for sure.   Yummy ~Deb 1/25/2010
Day 45 - The moon represents...

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Thank you for all the support and comments. This shot took a lot of my patience and it pays off. I have been taking photos of this moon for the past few night until the cloud finally kicks for this capture.

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Day 45 - The moon represents...    Update:   Thank you for all the support and comments. This shot took a lot of my patience and it pays off. I have been taking photos of this moon for the past few night until the cloud finally kicks for this capture.
Day 45 - The moon represents...

Update:
Thank you for all the support and comments. This shot took a lot of my patience and it pays off. I have been taking photos of this moon for the past few night until the cloud finally kicks for this capture.

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