Posted on October 31, 2017
I love Iguana. While they are not native to South Florida, they are here in abundance. We used to have one living on our dock for the longest time. We had an unusually cold winter one year and he disappeared and along with him, a lot of iguana locally died.
However, in our local wetland the colony seems to be growing again. On a walk through the wetlands prior to surgery I happened to find this guy hanging out in the shaded area.
Thank you for joining me for this month’s Tell me a Story. This is a circle blog. Please take time to visit my fellow blogger Kim of Kim Sidwell Photography and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.
Posted on October 30, 2017
Knowing that I was going to have surgery, I took some time to go out and pre-shoot some images so that I would be able to keep up with my blogs. Today I am sharing some images taken at the Butterfly World.
I am always amazed at the beauty of creation. Butterflies encompass that beauty and the unique creativity that we see in this world around us.
The aviary was tropical, hot and humid. My lens kept fogging up, I was glistening, and overheated, and being bitten by mosquito, but it was so worth the visit. I may well have to go back in the winter and enjoy spending a couple of hours just watching their beautiful angels flutter around.
Thank you for joining me for this month’s 30 Minutes in Life. Please take time to visit my friend and fellow blogger in Germany Sonia of Sonia Epple Fotographie and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle of photographers to see what the other photographers, from the US and around the world, have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.
Posted on October 6, 2017
I chose the theme Double exposure this month and I have to be honest I ambitiously wanted to do some in camera exposures. However, I had a hectic run up to my surgery date and since then have spent my days in bed recovering. I chose this theme because I wanted to stretch myself beyond the norm. I wanted to try something new. I am a bit disappointed that I could not do that. However, while lying in bed I started playing with an app on my phone and came up with some double exposures that I like. This was the route I was going to go. But I was not totally happy with them, so I began to play in Photoshop to see what I could come up with. What I have done here is show the double exposure and then show the combinations that make it up. Here are my double exposures for this month.
And I did one more, since I very rarely put myself in the picture. I was playing around one of the sliders in Photoshop and this was the result.
Thank you for joining me for this month’s Share Six. This is a circle blog. From the sneak peak images I have seen, you are going to want to follow the circle. Please take time to visit my friend Katherine of Cobert Photography and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their page as well.
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We look forward to seeing your images on the theme Double Exposure
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