Wow! I’m really rusty! It’s been so long since I’ve posted. But, I thought I’d give it a shot today.
Just like with everyone else….real life takes over and the blog comes in second!
I had some surgery and put my camera on the shelf for a bit. Then we were blessed with our first grandchild!
We took several trips too. It’s been quite a summer!
I’m not sure I can keep up with two blogs, taking classes and community work.
I think my blogging will be sporadic at best! But I want to improve my photography skills, so hopefully
you’ll see some of those efforts from time to time here…
Thanks for checking in!
Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nikon D300, Lens: Sigma 18-250, ISO-200, f/6.3, PSE 11, Kim Klassen’s Paper Stained Texture on Multiply @78%.
It’s Color Week! What a wonderful way to usher in feelings of spring, even
though we’re still gazing out the window at bare ground and a few piles of snow!
Day 1: Green
Day 2: Yellow
Day 3: Pink
Day 4: Blue
Day 5: Red
Day 6: Rainbow!
A green plant provides a sunny spot to sit and rest for a butterfly.
Yellow tulips brighten a gray day.
A hot pink hydrangea floret poses for the camera.
Nothing heralds spring like Dwarf Snow Iris popping out of a snowy garden!
Red stripes call to sailors from Sapelo Island, Georgia.
The rainbow you can eat~fresh fruit and vegetables!
Thanks for visiting! Come back again!
I started my second class with Kim Klassen today. It’s all about PhotoShop Elements 11. You can click this link or the side-bar button called Picture Pro-cess.
She is also teaching a Picture Pro-cess class for CS6 users. Check out the link above or the button (side bar) if you are interested.