This week, Tina from Travels and Trifles leads Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #205 and she has chosen to focus on the eyes this week.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #205: The Eyes Have it”
Tina from Travels and Trifles is the host for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #197 and she has pick the topic: Rule of Thirds, which is one of my favorite photo compositions.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #197: Rule of Thirds”
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #190, host Patti challenges us to look closer and I mean real close.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #190: Close and Closer”
I’m more of a bird watcher than a bird feeder.Continue reading “#SundayStills – More Like a #Bird Watcher”
Whenever one of my mom’s friends comes to town, Yellowstone is the must-see destination for them since we live only a 5-hour car trip away from the iconic place. Her friends would often ask, “Will we see bison there?”Continue reading “#SundayStills – World of #Wildlife”
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #159, Guest host Ana from Anvica’s Gallery has given the topic of Postcards.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #159: Postcards”
I spent this past week traveling and on the first day of my road trip, while I was walking along the Fremont River in Capitol Reef National Park, I spotted something moving in the trees. At first glance, I thought it was an owl. I have no idea what made me think of that. I was about to point and whisper-shout, “Owl,” when I realized it was just an ordinary fatty of a squirrel.
This week, on Lens-Artists Challenge #144, Tina has challenged us with the topic of “Taking flight.”Continue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #144: Taking Flight”
This is definitely my favorite photo this week.
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Sony Nex-5T (f/6.3, 34 mm, ISO-100, 1/250 sec)
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”
These ducks depend on nature on survive, I think they’re as close as nature as anyone can get.