A shot of a path at our local beach, which as always, is one of my favorite subjects. There are an infinite number of different and interesting shots to take at the beach!
Yesterday I took a few shots of the beach grass growing at our local beach. I used camera movement to achieve the different effects, which I like because the images feel soft. The plain grass didn’t look that interesting to me, but this technique adds some movement and dimension to these images. What do you think?
Today I’m the only one home, so I’m busy with two of my favorite pastimes… baking and photographing. I haven’t actually photographed my baking, so I thought I would try it. I’m really baking these to send them to my boys for finals. Maybe if they ‘like’ this post, I’ll actually put these goodies in the mail to them!! 🙂
It always surprises me how beautiful Central Park is! I suppose since it’s in the middle of a bustling city, my expectations for beauty are low. But if you really walk through, there are so many pretty spots and gorgeous backgrounds. These images are from my walk through the park last week. Lots of trees and early spring plants were just starting to bloom. I’m looking forward to going back!
I tried playing around with some images I took of a cyclamen plant. It was something different for cold, a dreary winter with not much motivating me to get out and photograph. What do you think?
The nature trail at our resort in Puerto Rico provided some lush scenery for hiking and photographing. I took lots of photos of the foliage, but liked these abstracted leaves the best. Its freezing here, which makes me want to go back to the 85 degree beautiful beach where the sun was shining and when it rained there was a rainbow!!!
A few shots of the beach at a beautiful resort in Puerto Rico where we recently spent a long weekend. I just can’t get enough of the look of this type of shot of the beach. What do you think?? 🙂
The weather was freezing but the sunset was beautiful the other night at our local beach. There was icy foam at the water’s edge which reflected the warm colors of the sun low in the sky. I could watch the sun set at the beach every evening and never get tired of it!
A few shots of our frozen beach. Instead of foam and the edge of the water, there is chunky ice. My fingers felt like they were getting frost bite while I was taking these shots! Even the dogs that normally roam the beach in the winter weren’t out because it’s so cold. Brrr!
I’ve taken and posted pictures of this pier in Deerfield Beach, Florida before, but I just had to go back and take some more while we were there last week. It’s cold and snowy here, so I’m enjoying looking back at the warm sunshine. Happy 2014!