While at the school the other day we found some dogs playing ball with their humans. Super neat dogs and their humans too. As we walked up the dogs came up to greet us with a tail wag and a nice pat on the head. We were doing the patting!
I asked if I could take photos while they played and shared them with their humans.
I wish the one of the poodle jumping came out clearer, too much action and the shutter speed was kind of low for the shot. Next time!
My thanks to Patrice for letting me use these photos here on the blog!
So I was out today with the family we went for a walk to the school. Along the way there are always some beautiful flowers to shoot. So, while prepping the photo for cropping in Photoshop I started playing with some of the other controls in the Camera RAW tool.
So one of them turned the sky purple and…here it is!
Went sight seeing this morning.
The apple tree on a cloudy day.
This blossom seems to have an ant along for the ride.
So the cherry or plum tree finally decided to start showing some blooms. Yay! Love taking pictures of them. So here is the latest, more to come soon!
This morning we were catching up on the latest Agents of Shield and out on the fence was our local little guardian. He was sitting on the fence taking care of a few out of place hairs on his tail. I didn’t have the camera at my side so I whispered, “Don’t move!” Then went running, grabbed the camera and back downstairs. He was still there and I snapped a few pics.
For a while I had been promising myself I’d get a picture of rain. I guess I had this idea in mind that I’d be able to get these perfectly shaped rain drops as they fell pitter pat from the dark midnight sky.
Yeah, so the thought was to point the camera into the black sky with a bright flash I’d get those cool little rain drops.
I hadn’t planned on the rain reflecting all of that bright light and never even thought that the flash flashed at the beginning of the exposure rather than the middle or the end.
Well, this was the effect. Rain falling up. Well more like bright pieces of something with trails.
I’ll need to rethink this one and maybe next time it rains I’ll be ready!
If I believed in an all mighty invisible being that created the earth and all things we call the universe she’d live in a place like this. I call this a slice of heaven.
I found this website called RedBubble.com through a business contact. Apparently, they are based in Australia and work with several companies around the world to deliver products.
What’s neat about them is you can upload your artwork and then have it made into an item … T-Shirt, iPhone case, Photographic Print, etc. See where I’m going with this? … and send it all over the world! I’m sure there are other companies like this but the service seems pretty neat. Especially for artists that want to show and possibly sell there work.
In short, buy my stuff!