Posts Tagged photography
Yesterday was a bright sunshiny day. It was also day 5 of a 6 day work week for me, and about -17 Celsius with a brisk wind. I looked outside in the morning and said EFF THIS, or words to that effect. This is March for the love of all that's holy, not January. It wouldn't have been so disappointing to get all this snow if we hadn't been seeing bare roads and snowless walkways and little tiny hints of spring.
What is it about firework explosions that make me stop and look?
Maybe it's the juvenile delinquent in me that loves to see things explode. Maybe it's the artist in me that loves how rich the colors are. It could be I love to see high contrast of the burning mixture against the night sky. Maybe it just makes me realize that were only here for a flash.
By Vladimir Brezina
In February, we spent a few days kayaking on the Gulf Coast of Florida, in the St. Petersburg area. While Johna was edging into artistry at the Sweetwater Kayak Symposium, I rented a kayak and paddled around taking photos of birds.
There were birds everywhere. And while not exactly tame, they were not shy at all. In fact, they had clearly found that in some ways living beak-to-cheek with humans was to their advantage.
Don’t miss this post from Bruce Stambaugh on “birding” or what I’ve always thought of as “bird-watching.”
Gardening in Myrtle Glen – beautiful photographs of a peaceful green garden.