I only have a few more Death Valley photos: Mosaic Canyon in late afternoon, and one photo inside the Amargosa Opera House. The Opera House is quite amazing, and everything – the walls, the door, the ceiling, the backdrops – … Continue reading →
Ghost towns always interest me. Rhyolite was a mining boom town in Nevada, very near Death Valley, and now it is a ghost town with very few structures, or parts of structures, left. But during it’s heyday the population was … Continue reading →
I’ve just returned from a short trip to Death Valley, CA. What an amazing place! There is no way that these photos capture what my eyes saw, but they may help you visualize the area. Great distances, interesting and sometimes … Continue reading →
I went to the zoo today, a beautiful and very warm day. So did the rest of the world! Well, it was very crowded, many families visiting before the kids go back to school. Everyone seemed happy, no crying children, … Continue reading →
Does anyone know why this transplanted orchid has roots growing up and out of the orchid bark? I transplanted it quite a while ago, it’s been growing leaves – and roots. This pot is considerably larger than what it came in. Thank you!
At last! I got back to the zoo, the sky was overcast but many animals were active. Many people were there. No matter, I love the zoo. My goal was to create some pleasing double exposures. Well, I’ve been away … Continue reading →
Thanks to the blog Captivate Me I pushed myself outside late this afternoon with my camera and an extension tube. There is an October ‘Seeing Things Differently’ challenge, #seedifferently2016, and I hope to shoot in every different way that I … Continue reading →