I tagged along with my husband and son on their fishing trip to El Dorado Park this evening and brought my camera with me. Not a whole lot was going on, but I did take some time photographing the resident Geese. They can be pretty mean, but today they were in a good mood, one… Continue reading Saturday at the Park
Every now and then I take a trip down memory lane by browsing through my huge archive of photos from the past 16 years. I started my interest in photography long before I was a mother, but as soon as my first child was born that was when my interest became a hobby, and eventually… Continue reading Renew
Just a few photos I wanted to share. First, our Water Hyacinths bloomed yesterday (well one of them). I'm glad I got the camera out, because the blooms fade within 24 hours! They sure are pretty. The second photo is of one of the photo disc sleeves I offer when ordering a photo disc. They… Continue reading This and That…and a Frisky Cat (or 3)!
I recently added a new camera to my arsenal. I took it out for a "Test Drive" today. I'm still figuring out all the new features compared to my old but trusty Canon 5D. I'm amazed at the quality of images, just in the few I took today. Here are some of my favorites. 🙂
Who would've thought a fading flower could be beautiful? It's a sad part of life, but life blooms eternal right? Indeed, as a bloom fades, others blossom.
Having a water garden is so much fun. It's fun to create an ecosystem with aquatic plants, fish and to watch all the visitors to the pond throughout the year. During the winter it quiets down with the lilies going dormant, the fish aren't as active and we get Yellow Rumped Warblers stopping in for… Continue reading Pond Life
It's quiet here at my house, the lighting is beautiful and the Plumerias, Parasol Flowers & Princess Diana Tea Rose wanted their photos taken. Here's a few to share with you. ❤