These are some shots of the sunset in my neighborhood. I think I am finished with sunsets and sunrises; not that I have mastered them. Far from it! I just need a ND filter and a good spot to capture anything better than what I can get among suburban obstacles like houses, tree lines, power lines, etc., neither of which I have at the moment.
I am not sure what I am going to photograph in the meantime. I have a few more images to post here before I run out of unpublished ones. I would really love to do more portraits, but the opportunity hasn’t presented itself lately. I suppose I could rework some old images. I seem to be stuck. Any suggestions?
“The Edge…there is no honest way to explain it because
the only people who really know where it is are the ones
who have gone over.” ~ Hunter S. Thompson
f/11, 1/20, ISO 100
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority,
it is time to pause and REFLECT. –Mark Twain
Here’s one from tonight right before it got totally dark over the lake water.
Driving through Illinois this weekend, just snapping pictures of whatever.
While this boat may not float, most will, so hoping this counts for The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Afloat.
My husband took these on his phone. I think they turned out beautifully!
I’ve been in a bit of a slump until recently. Should have some new photos of my own to post soon.