2012 was a great year for me – both in life and in pictures. Here is MY 2012 in pictures.
My original idea was one picture for each month, but there were a couple that I just couldn’t leave off. 🙂
Happy 2013 every one!
Whenever I think of renewal my first thought is of flowers – especially forsythia. And of snow in the spring.
Categories: Nature, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tags: Colorado, Flowers, Forsythia, Nature, Photography, Pine Tree, PostADay, Renewal, Snow, SuzyTBo
Once again I am running a little behind on the Weekly Photo Challenge. Well, that’s par for the course for me 🙂 I present to you: Circles and Squares!
I’ve been meaning to do a set with this fan for a while now. I’m pretty happy that I did.
Mostly circles… 🙂
In this week’s Photo Challenge we have been asked to share a silhouette – So I dug around a little and found a few of my favorites.
My favorite dirt bike silhouette.
Not quite a true silhouette, but I still like it.
Another good almost-silhouette
A Vic Payne statue being assembled for display in my town. [He has made sculptures for places such as Cabela’s and has his work in several museums, as well]
My daughter playing in a large culvert at a local recreation area.
Categories: Effects, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tags: Dirt Bike, Kid, Nature, Photography, PostADay, Sculpture, Silhouette, Statue, Trees, Tunnel, Vic Payne
I’m a bit late with the weekly challenge again.. but that’s how my world works haha
When I’m out taking pictures I often find myself fixating on solitary things – objects, buildings, animals, flowers – I like the look of things that stand alone. Here are a few of my favorites.
Categories: Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tags: Alone, Boat, building, Fishing, Flag, Flower, Goose, Photo Challenge, PostADay, Single, Solitary
Okay, so I’ve been lax about doing the weekly challenges lately, but I have an excuse! I’m lazy 🙂 haha Here’s one of the shots from my most recent motorcycle trip. I think it fits the bill quite nicely.
This week’s photo challenge is all about movement. How you see it, how you portray it, how you capture it.
One of my absolute favorite things to capture is movement. It’s challenging to show it without too much blur, and always a thrill when you get that amazing shot that shows it perfectly.
I like to let the movement in my pictures speak for itself. Flying dirt, a trail of dust, a blurred foreground.
Here are a few of my favorite ‘movement’ shots that I’ve captured so far
Over the years I have created a few things – clothing, food, gardens – but none of them even slightly compare to the two best creations of my life. My girls.
I also created a monster by giving the little one bananas! Haha