I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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24 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 2”
Lenore, wow, your pictures are amazing! How long have you been taking photos? Once upon a time I was going to have my own little photography business (taking pictures of children, babies) and I am obsessed with photos. I don’t know if I ever told you that. Anyway, what kind of camera do you have?
You know the way to my heart, eh, Darla? I am no more a photographer than I am a writer, I merely enjoy both (immensely). I have been taking pictures ever since I received my first camera (8yrs old maybe?). I know little about lighting, I do my best regarding positioning, and I haven’t a clue what apertures, exposures and speed have to do with the price of fish (or pictures). Still, I look through the camera lens and try to capture the beauty. Sometimes I get lucky. Digital cameras are awesome for taking so many pictures that you are bound to have one good one.
The camera I use is a FinePix S6000fd.
Your comment about the price of fish made me giggle. Me neither. I try to mess around with apertures (or whatever the doozitwhatzit thingy is…) I even had a photo blog set up before my current one. I love to take pictures too, very relaxing to me. I have a Canon, then I splurged on my little nifty fifty lens last year that I absolute love.
My neighbor has a Canon, similar to yours I assume. Another friend of mine bought a fancy-dancy lens for her camera. (Perhaps a Canon.) She came over one afternoon to explore the woods near our house. I had serious lens envy, because the image was so clear and sharp.
Not that I am twisting your arm but the giveaway I have on my site running until tomorrow night is a chance to win a tutorial on all the basics of photography. Then you will know about apertures, exposures and speed ( no fish though). Come see it, both of you, I posted it on Friday.
I went – I visited – I downloaded – and I entered. (smile) I’m a little disappointed I won’t learn about fish, though. (Hahaha!) Thank you for the nudge, Stasha. I do appreciate it.
Lenore, i did n’t knew that, you are not only a wonderful writer, you are a fantastic photographer also. You are really a talented person Lenore. This image is even more beautiful than, the image i have as my screensaver, although that one must be taken by some one, who is a Professional.
Hats off Lenore 🙂
You are too kind, Arindam. I am no professional; I am merely doing what I enjoy. Glad you liked it!
Lenore you replied to my last three comment with a same statement that, i am too kind. (smile) But believe me, i am not kind, i am honest. And honestly, you are really a talented person. 🙂 This photograph is enough to prove it.
I’m consistent, Arindam. Just like your ‘too kind’ comments. (smile)
A photo a day? What a great idea. I could have done this but I already missed January 1. I’ll just stay tuned for your pic of the day 🙂
Mel, you could do a photo a week of ‘how to’: an explanation through pictures. Go for it!
A really beautiful photo, “the road to infinity”. 🙂
Thank you, Mags. The possibilities are endless!
Great shot, LD.
Why thank you, Lisa. ‘preciate it!
Wonderful, Ms. D…
that path really draws my eye in…
Honestly SIG, your feedback means a great deal to me. I won’t even limit it to positive feedback, because I consider negative feedback a positive thing from you. Thank you.
Great photo. I see your trees are ready for winter.
Yes, Patti – the leaves have fallen south for the winter. (smile) Thanks for the compliment!
I like this one, it tells a story! You have a keen eye for beauty my friend. And it is the photographer, not the camera that take the picture 🙂
As I mentioned to SIG (another photographer), coming from you, your compliment makes my day. I greatly appreciate the encouragement and the like. Thank you.
I love this picture. Enjoyed yesterday’s also. You have a good eye for photography.
Thank you very much, Susan. It is good to see you again.