I should’ve cropped a bit more off the top, but liked the dark clouds looming. Whenever the furball gets a new toy, he goes absolutely nuts over it and gets obsessed with it. Brings it along on the walks. Carries … Continue reading
I’m going to have to redo this one. I took a few shots, and tried stitching them together, but because this lens has severe vignetting, the edges didn’t stitch seamlessly. Was such a pita to fix, and in large version, … Continue reading
Taken with the same crappy lens that I took the previous moon pic with. Major crop, oversharpened, which helped minimize the fringing for some weird reason, and bumped contrast up a smidge.
I decided to join friends for fireworks, and they told me they knew a primo spot for watching them. “Okay, great!” I said. And when we got to the spot to stake out our seats, I realized there was a … Continue reading
I’m told that this is “normal,” but I’ve compared this guy to several other deer around here, and he looks absolutely terrible to me. He’s flea-bitten, plagued by houseflies and looks like he has a case of the mange. Every … Continue reading
His white mask is growing. He’s 12, but doesn’t act it. Still just as much of a wigglebutt now as he was when he was a puppy. Still hates the camera and will always look away when he sees me … Continue reading
Because the background was so bright, I decided to use it and make the rabbit a silhouette, while still keeping hints of colors in the foreground. Does this work? I can’t decide.
I’m visiting family for a bit; they live in a suburban town where there are numerous deer roaming the neighborhood. The deer are absolutely fearless – my furball went into a barking fit to try scare them off (he doesn’t … Continue reading
Initially I thought the sea foam was from the pine trees, which we have in droves here, but I did some reading and apparently it’s actually algae crap. Literally. I was playing with DOF and perspective, but I’m not really … Continue reading