This is from this past April’s trip to see wildflowers. I’m still amazed when I look at images. They are small, I know, but there ARE a few structures in this photo. Thus, the imaginative title.
I have so much work to do on photographs I’ve made over the past few years, but every time I open a folder I get so distracted and stop doing what I planned on doing, which is, for the most part, deleted the junk. Still, it’s great fun to remember trips and walks …
I was always bothered that my iPhone camera wouldn’t shoot in raw, and I’d read that the PureShot app was a good one, so I gave that a go on our trip last week. While a camera is still the best option (when I zoom in the detail isn’t great, the PureShot is definitely an improvement over the Apple camera option.
This time I’m looking back at the backpack trip I was able to take over a year ago, with some very wonderful people who also happen to be great photographers. I’m still ever so grateful that they allowed me to tag along that year.
We had weather on some days, and this was one of those days. I do love some rain, so when it came in I was pretty darn happy.
In the Backcountry, 8.30.17
Having gone through April 2017 once, I’ve decided to start at the beginning of the year and move through each month in order. I’m sure that’s a much more sensible way to go! This first shot is from our annual visit to welcome in the new year with some good friends and lots of birds. No birds or friends in this shot, though.
Morning on the Pond, 7:22 AM, 1.1.17