This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #152, Leya has challenged everyone with the topic of Shades and Shadows.
Good morning or afternoon wherever you are, come in, sit, and join me for a chat. Coffee? Tea?
There was a wind storm last week – 70 mile-per-hour gusts blowing past the protective mountain ranges. It made my Wednesday drive to work a bit treacherous yet interesting at the same time.
I was on a field trip last Sunday on a quest to search for spring and what did I find, a bunch of kids chasing bubbles. It’s been a while since I’ve blown bubbles but I think this is so much better. Let the breeze carry the bubbles.
This week for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, we are challenged to share some colorful photos to represent the spring-like April.
Spending a few moments pondering about life in 2020
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
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…
It’s only in summer one can
A typical wintry scene here – snowy mountains and an almost-full moon.
I think this photo is a wonderful example of opposite weather.
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.
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)
Unfortunately, I haven’t taken any new pictures since Christmas.
It’s been so cold lately that I haven’t had a chance to go out and check out my backyard.
This wasn’t easy but somehow, I managed to find a few images featuring trios. I hope you enjoy my take on this topic.
I woke up on Sunday morning to a thin layer of that white stuff on my back lawn.
This picture was taken about a year ago.
Here is another picture from my afternoon trip up Snow Basin on Sunday. I absolutely love the colors autumn offers in this picture. It’s one of the main reasons why I love fall – the colors are just incredible. If it wasn’t for the cold, I believe I would’ve stood there longer than 5 minutes.…