I was looking in Lightroom for images of friends so I could put little photos into my contact list (it’s always nice to see the person’s image on iMessage … at least I think so!), so I ended up going over old photos that I never really looked at. (Sometimes after getting home from a trip I get the photos in Lightroom and then forget about that, which is rather silly, but oh well!)
You can see that this is from a while back … I don’t even remember the day, to be honest, but from what I’m seeing in Lightroom I do believe I had a lovely time.
7:23 PM on 4.3.14
It is, so I’ve read, National Bird Day. These geese were lining up early for the event.
Goose Line, 1.1.18
This is another from our New Year’s Day visit with the birds.
Coots on the Water, 1.1.18
This is from today’s walk. Some might see a succulent flower sitting on the edge of a fountain. Me? Well, I’m giving this one a name!
The Fish Out Of Water, 10.30.17
Color. It’s a toughie sometimes. What the camera sees (frequently tends to be bluer than what I see: for instance, snow isn’t white most of the time, it’s blue! But we see it as white.) what we see (usually more yellow and often a bit brighter as well — perhaps because my eyes adjust to the shade?), and then remembering and processing a photo to what I believe I saw … it’s a challenge. But I think this is what I saw …?!
Autumn Color (I), 10.8.17
Who knew this would be the first photo I’d post from an Eastern Sierra aspen trip? But here it is … not an aspen in sight. I just like the color palette. So there you go. Of course I will be posting aspen color soon, but it may take a few days to manage to get to the images. I have a somewhat full schedule at the moment.
Mono Lake, 10.9.17