CFFC: Green Foliage

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

A Photo a Week Challenge: Layers

Layer upon layer of mountains under hazy late-summer skies

A Photo a Week Challenge

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #151: From Large to Small

This week on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #151, Patti challenges everyone with the topic “From Large to Small” where the goal is to focus specifically on a color and start with one photo with a large subject and then follow with a small subject in that color.

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Circles on Circles

I shot this photo on my hike last weekend.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #150: Let’s Get Wild

This week on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #150, Dianne assigns the topic of “Let’s Get Wild” and I say let’s get wild with Mother Nature.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #149: Cool Colors – Blue and Green

This week on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #149, Tina has challenged everyone with the topic of Cool Colors – Blue and Green and I have just the pics.

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Highway 12 Road Trip Day 4

After about 4 hours, I am at last home.

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CFFC: Tree Bark

Japanese Maple shedding bark

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

CFFC: Reed, Read, or Red

Golden Reed
Red Tulips
Sign to be Read

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

CFFC: Stacked or Piled Up

Naturally stacked

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Lens-Artists Challenge #129: Favorite Image of 2020

If I have to pick my all-time favorite image of 2020, it would be this one and it’s not because I was all alone and could take my sweet time to create this awesome landscape.

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CFFC: Columns and Vertical Lines

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Lens-Artists Challenge #127: Precious Moments

There is something about nature that if you manage to catch it in the right moment and under the right light, it’s so beautiful that you will remember it for the rest of your life. I got the chance to witness such wonder this year during the height of autumn on September 20th. I was so glad I brought my best lens along to capture those moments.

Lens-Artist Challenge

Silent Sunday: A Lovely Day By the Lake

Wordless Wednesday: Tranquility

Sunshine’s Macro Monday

Playing with Lightroom after watching a few videos on YouTube on how to make a subject pop. This is one of my favorite macros and I think with the adjustment, I achieved my goal of making my subject pop.

Sunshine’s Macro Monday

Which Way Photo Challenge: Lost among Aspen Trees

Which Way Challenge

Sunshine’s Macro Monday

This is my first time participating in this challenge, hope you will enjoy this close-up photo of some strange looking flowers I shot during my solo hike last summer. Continue reading “Sunshine’s Macro Monday”

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Trees

Tuesday Photo Challenge

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Summer

It’s only in summer one can Continue reading “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Summer”

Autumn Colors Panorama

180-degree of autumn colors
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As we venture into October, my aunt and I were adamant to search for some fall colors around us. Therefore, we spent one weekend hiking from one mountain range to the next. We finally found it in a beautiful scenic area near the Snowbasin Ski Resort near Morgan, Utah. Continue reading “Autumn Colors Panorama”

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Anticipation

There were plenty of anticipation in 2018

From heading to China to visiting Bryce Canyon

to hiking Sardine Peak

to seeing a brilliant sunset on Antelope Island

to take a solo trip to Capitol Reef (despite everyone was advising against it)

and to patiently anticipating my next hike in 2019.

Tuesday Photo Challenge

Photo of the Day!

I closed May 2018 with a hike with my mom and a group of enthusiastic hikers. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”