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01-29-2015 "Indoor Percussion"  The indoor percussion group was rehearsing and I captured this player in action.  Thank you for commenting on my photos. Donna
I am not a fan of the small accessory dog, but Minus is friendly and playful enough to be tolerable.  He is not too loud and always in a good mood.  I caught this shot while chasing him around the house with my camera (he was afraid of it for some reason and this amused me)
January 28 - Guarded  I really liked the rusty old gate on this picture with nice green foliage in the background.
A QUIET SNOW,,, THERE IS A STILLNESS ABOUT THIS SNOWFALL.  NO WIND NOT A SOUND TO BE HEARD LAYERS OF WISPY FLAKES  THIS IS ON THE DECK.  CLOSEUP OF A STEEL MOBILE  SILENT OF IT'S CHIME  I MIGHT NEED SOME REST  ,,,,,,,LOL POST FOR 30/01/15
November 21...  The entrance to the vast "Forbidden City". It was build ab. year 1420 (Ming dynasty) and was the emperors palace till 1925 when the boy-emperor was overturned and exiled from the palace.  The Forbidden City consists of 800 buildings, there are 9999 rooms and covers 7.800.000 sq. ft.
Bayview Sunrise, Bayview TX    I think it's a good thing that I'm not going to be living this close to the bay when we move TX, otherwise I'd probably spend all my time on the docks.  I really love seascape photography when I get a chance to do it.  I really like how the long exposure effect smoothes out the water and of course the sunrise reflection.    This is a two exposure HDR and the exposure times are 8 and 15 seconds.  I use Photomatix Pro, version 4.1.3, but thanks to Art's question yesterday have now updated to 4.2.3.  In Photomatix I use tonemapping.  See my post yesterday for more info an links to Trey's HDR tutorial.  Yesterday I also provided links to a new lighting show with Joel Grimes on Framed Network called Lit up, check out  episode seven.  Lastly, Creative Live is broadcasting live and FREE all weekend.  The workshop is titled "Sales Sales Sales," taught by photo business guru Tamara Lackey.  I have seen Tamara's previous workshops on Creative Live and she really knows business.  Creative Live broadcasts replays all night long so you have two chances (or three if you stay up really late) to catch it.      Daily photo: July 21, 2012, taken July 5, 2012
Birds joy for the remaining part of winter
Little Sail Boat. Maui 1 28 2015
Mesa, AZ         CAF-B-17G Sentimental Journey           Link to Photo Without Frame
Anchored...  Early morning shot from East Beach Santa Barbara, CA  I appreciate your views and comments, thank you! Critiques always welcome...  January 5, 2015
A beautiful magpie!
July 22, 2013  Another "B" photo = Bridge.  I loaded my 'real' B photo and this photo for Monday on Saturday afternoon.  However, I forgot to hide this one for a little while.  I didn't even realize that mistake, until I got the three comments from Art, Godschild and Juan - sorry for the confusion my friends, but I do appreciate the comments.  This is the glorious Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, TX that was opened in 2010 with quite a celebration and much fanfare.  It is absolutely stunning.    Coming home from the airport on Friday, the traffic on I-35 was a bumper-to-bumper nightmare, so I decided to get off the beaten path and find a slightly less crowded way to get home.  As I drove under this magnificent bridge, I stuck my little point & shoot camera out the driver's window and clicked, and hoped for the best.  I was quite pleased with this shot.  According to Wikipedia:  The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is one of three Santiago Calatrava-designed bridges being built over the Trinity River in Dallas, Texas as part of the Trinity River Project.   Construction on the bridge began in spring 2007 with the steel being manufactured in an Italian steel factory often used by Calatrava to manufacture his designs. The factory made the steel for his Athens stadium.  The cable-stayed bridge is 1,870 feet (570 m) with a main-span of 1,197 feet (365 m), and an apex-height of 400 feet (122 m).   On Saturday, June 26, 2010, the signature, 40-story center-support-arch was topped-off with a central curved span, providing an additional feature to the Dallas skyline, as it can now be seen from many miles away from several directions.  This is just the apex of the bridge and not the whole structure.  I hope to go spend some time on a Sunday afternoon (avoiding as much traffic as I can) and do a lot more shots of this beautiful structure.  "You only get to live life once, so make smart choices, overuse I love you, & think before you speak sometimes the bridges you burn today you may need tomorrow. " ~ Nishan Panwar quotes   Have a "Merry" Monday.  Linda
1292015. Frozen in Time Thank you for your views/comments on my recent photos. Karen
January 27, 2015 - Snow geese here and there
01-29-2015
"Indoor Percussion"

The indoor percussion group was rehearsing and I captured this player in action.

Thank you for commenting on my photos.
Donna

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01-29-2015 "Indoor Percussion"  The indoor percussion group was rehearsing and I captured this player in action.  Thank you for commenting on my photos. Donna
01-29-2015
"Indoor Percussion"

The indoor percussion group was rehearsing and I captured this player in action.

Thank you for commenting on my photos.
Donna

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Photo by: Donna McCommon · See photo in original gallery.

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