I try to bike five times a week and I see all sorts of things from the seat on my recumbent trike and I rediscovered my indestructible Olympus Tough camera. Other than significant flare when shooting toward the light source it is capable of good images.
I recently purchase a Delta 1 Dual Arm, Triple Clamp, Base and Plate to use for closeups of multiple items like flowers. I clamped the flowers in front of a blue card. I will get some construction paper or boards of varying colors for backgrounds as I proceed. I did the images in my kitchen and the tungsten lighting had to be rebalanced in Photoshop. This is a first round try but was fun to do.
There are so many things to see around home, like brilliantly colored plants, cherries on white plates and a big strainer. These short trips around our house are rewarding.
When I wander around, I the little things I see are just as attractive as the big vistas. It is the little stuff that accents or creates the big stuff.
On the Blue Ridge it is not just the big vistas that count but the small ones, too. Mu wife, Alice saw the red salamander first.
These three images seem to be about shapes, patterns and colors and how they work in an image, least today.
We gathered at our older son’s house for a birthday party for the March birthdays. I think these pictures capture the sense of the event.