Weird and Wonderful, this is the topic for this week’s Lens-Artist Photo Challenge, hosted by Ann-Christine, which is another topic I find challenging for me.
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #170, Patti challenges everyone with the topic of Street Art, which I thought was especially challenging for me.
In January of 2020, I toured a house where the hostess has a hobby of collecting nativity figures from every country. Just about every inch of her home – kitchen counter, stove, bedrooms, even bathrooms – was occupied by a nativity figurine and it was supposed to be put away after the new year but…
I should’ve done a “Day 3” of the trip 3 days ago but with my guests still in town and work, I just couldn’t find the time.
It’s amazing how I’m able to find so much in common with my fellow traveler and guest, who happens to be a 15-year-old.
Of the five Yellowstone trips I’ve taken so far, I think this is the most relaxing trip so far or maybe I’m just exhausted from all the traveling I’ve done recently.
This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #147, Amy challenged everyone with the theme of garden.
This week, on Lens-Artists Challenge #144, Tina has challenged us with the topic of “Taking flight.”
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, we are assigned the easy topic of You Pick It! and I am picking Spring 2021 for my topic.
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Patti has challenged everyone with geometry.
Residing the intermountain region of the United States, I’m pretty much landlocked. My typical sceneries are mountains, mountains, and more mountains.
I’ve had many special moments over the years. Most of them are of moments of solitude from watching the sunset on an island to completing solo hikes to catching a glimpse of autumn colors at its peak. It’s tough to have moments of peace and quiet with a family that can turn even the happiest…
I love the topic of Natural Light because landscape photography is absolutely dependent on it, at least, in my opinion.
This week, Sheetalbravon is guest-hosting this challenge and she challenges us to show a glimpse into our world – things that make our world spin or things that makes us happy.
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 think my photography journey truly began when I took and posted this photo (above) at the end of March 2015. It was this close up of the Japanese Plum Blossom taken with a simple Fuji 7.2 megapixel point-and-shoot that got me interested in photography and I haven’t stopped much since.
There are many places in China that can easily be dated over 100 years old, some even a few hundreds.
After begging my mom for years to take me to Bryce Canyon, I finally got to go in January 2018. My aunt and mom went during summer of 2017 and my mom described Bryce Canyon as a magical place.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you good morning and thanks for joining me for another weekly chat. It’s good to be back after four days of minimal sleep and maximum walking and yes, coffee with lots of milk and sugar sounds heavenly.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you good morning and that I’ve had another wonderful week in China.
If we were having coffee, I would start off by telling you I had a pleasant week. Weather had been nice and warm – so warm that my feet no longer felt freezing when I’m at home.
December 21, 2016 marks the fifteenth year I have lived in the United States.
Here are some of the special windows I have encountered during my travels. I hope you enjoy my selection.