Cave with turquoise water
More turquoise water
The house with the teal roof made the water look turquoise
Long exposure made the water look teal

CMMC: February Color Teal or Turquoise


Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge

CMMC: September Color – Dark Green


Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge

Lens-Artists Challenge #134: From Forgettable to Favorite


A few weekends ago, I spent a few hours sitting before my laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic opened on the second monitor sorting photos. I knew I had a lot of photos but I was not expecting to be almost 5,000 photos. How did I manage to take so many photos and not remember that I took them?

Continue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #134: From Forgettable to Favorite”

Photo of the Week!


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)

Photo of the Week!


I was a little disappointed when I saw this image despite how much I love the reflection in the water. Continue reading “Photo of the Week!”

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Rock


Tuesday Photo Challenge

Photo of the Week!


I’m changing this to Photo of the Week since this is a weekly post. Continue reading “Photo of the Week!”

#WeekendCoffeeShare: One Last Fling


Good Sunday morning! Welcome to #weekendcoffeeshare! Come on in from the cold and I’ll serve you a cup of hot beverage and perhaps one of my homemade chocolate chip cookies? Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare: One Last Fling”

#WeekendCoffeeShare: Alone At Last!


Good Monday morning! Welcome to #weekendcoffeeshare! Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare: Alone At Last!”

Photo of the Day!


 

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.” Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Photo of the Day!


I finally had time to sort and adjust my photos over the weekend. I was quite hesitant to look at this set of photos. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Photo of the Day!


Here is the first of my many-to-come attempts at night photography. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

#WeekendCoffeeShare: Last week was a blur…


Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash

Good Saturday morning and hello December! Welcome to a weekend of #weekendcoffeeshare. Continue reading “#WeekendCoffeeShare: Last week was a blur…”

A Photo a Week Challenge: Blue


I went to Bear Lake for the second time last week. Continue reading “A Photo a Week Challenge: Blue”

Photo of the Day!


This photo is definitely another experiment. I don’t know what happened that day. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

Photo of the Day!


I posted this photo on my Instagram yesterday. Continue reading “Photo of the Day!”

A Photo a Week Challenge: Water


Water is always a fun subject to photograph… Continue reading “A Photo a Week Challenge: Water”

Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge: Moving Water


Here are a few of my favorite moving water pictures.  Continue reading “Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge: Moving Water”

Still Water and Waterfalls


Here are a few of my favorite photos involving flowing water and waterfalls. Enjoy! Continue reading “Still Water and Waterfalls”

Experimental Photography


Ever since my aunt gave me her expensive camera with tons of bells and whistles, I’ve been experimenting with the camera functions. I’m not taking many pictures these days but when I was on my road trip in May, I was experimenting. Here are some of my experimental shots.

f/22, 16 mm, ISO-100, 1/20 sec

I took this picture at Marble Canyon using the camera’s manual mode. I tried 1 second long exposure but it made everything white-ish and bright. So I just had to go with 1/20 second.

f/22, 16 mm, ISO-100, 1 sec

I think I like this long-exposure photo better.

f/9, 39 mm, ISO-100, 1/200 sec

I also experimented with panoramic photography and discover sunshine, wind, and movement do not make a great panorama. In the above picture, if one looks closely, you’ll see straight lines going up and down near the bottom of the picture. Those lines were caused by one of those three things.

Daily Post Photo Challenge