I was going through some old pictures and stumbled across this one. I felt it was still okay and thought it would be fun to share.
Rising to the Light
While I admire the fortitude of those of you outside taking photographs, I find this weather far more suitable for getting my photography fix in green houses, This one was at Botanic Garden.
With the approach of Valentines Day and the current weather forecast, I thought it was time to look at something warm and fuzzy. This was taken at the Botanic Garden last August when my grandsons came from California for a visit.
Pretty in Pink
Too cold to be outside? Try the green houses at the Botanic Garden. This one is the results of experimenting with stacking.
This one is the result of playing with photorealistic setting with HDR
Happy Wet Halloween
Taken at the Arboretum on Halloween in the rain. Why is it I can remember my rain gear when the sun is shinning, but not when it's pouring.
The Rokach Treatment
I took a class at the Botanic Garden recently, and the instructor showed us how to created a different looking image by removing the saturation of colors selectively. As one who generally likes to see in pictures what I see with my eyes, I'm not sure about it. I'd love to hear what others think.
Brookfield's latest addition posed for us on our latest visit.
I thought it was time this old man to try to learn how stacking layers works in order to increase the depth of field. I guess it works.
Hidden In Plain Sight
When I first looked at this on my monitor I barely noticed the subject. I guess that's the beauty of nature's camouflage.