I planted these leucanthemums in my backyard a few weeks ago and so far, they’re doing well. I took this picture about two weeks ago and I think it might be time for me to take more as more and more of these pretty flowers come in.
I can definitely feel spring in the air this week. Please do check out my Instagram profile. Technical Details Sony Nex-5T (f/13, 28 mm, ISO-100, 1/100 sec)
Bad weather has its pros and cons, don’t you agree? This is one of the pros. Please do check out my Instagram profile. Technical Details Sony Nex-5T (f/13, 28 mm, ISO-100, 30 sec)
I am trying out my brand-new 35 mm lens this week.
This is definitely my favorite photo this week. Please do check out my Instagram profile. Technical Details Sony Nex-5T (f/6.3, 34 mm, ISO-100, 1/250 sec)
I was a little disappointed when I saw this image despite how much I love the reflection in the water.
This is one of my three strawberry plants.
I’m changing this to Photo of the Week since this is a weekly post.
For those wondering if I got to go on my little day trip last Sunday, I did but I didn’t get to go to the place I wanted.
I decided to do an old photo for this week’s edition of Photo of the Day, just because the weather has been yucky lately, making me to want to stay home.
It’s been one crazy week and it’s all caused by Mother Nature.
It’s Friday again, which means it’s time for me to share another one of my shots.
Ever since I got Lightroom, I’ve been playing with some of my old photos, let’s just say I went back and took a look at the photos with figuratively speaking “a brand new set of eyes.”
I finally had time to sort and adjust my photos over the weekend. I was quite hesitant to look at this set of photos.
Here is the first of my many-to-come attempts at night photography.
This is the original of the picture I posted on my Instagram a few days ago.
At long last, I got myself a new camera lens, not that the old one isn’t any good.
Unfortunately, I haven’t taken any new pictures since Christmas.
…and we have reached the final Photo of the Day of 2018.
The best travel experience I’ve had 2018 was definitely my solo trip to Capitol Reef National Park in September. Of course, the trip was awesome. It made me realize the freedom of solo travel. I didn’t have to sleep and wake on schedule. I could choose what to eat and where to dine. And I…
And of course, how can I forget this great sunset which I witnessed in early August? Seeing this makes me look forward to summer again despite the sweltering heat.
I closed May 2018 with a hike with my mom and a group of enthusiastic hikers.
Here is something I look forward to do again in 2019 – Guns n’ Grubs.