Friday, September 29, 2017

Photo Friday: Mood

Taken in Delaware, OH with Nikon 5500. I liked that the door was inaccessible and gated off, and how it stood out on the wall.  Sometimes this is my #mood.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Photo Friday: Eyes

(Nikon D5500, 1/800, f7.1, ISO400)

Some alpacas are good models and others not so much. :)

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Photo Friday: Street Scene

(Nikon D5500, .8s, f13, ISO800)

Trying to see how long an exposure I could take while handholding the camera and my dinner.  Taken in Bloomington, IN.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Photo Friday: Large

(Nikon D5500, 1/80, f3.5, ISO1000)

Like most things, "large" is a relative thing.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Photo Friday: Winter Colors

(Nikon D5100, 1/250, f8, ISO200)

I took this at Portage Lakes State Park.  I don't think it's the most fabulous shot, but I liked many of the components of it.  I liked the newly frozen water along with the fresh snow.  I liked the way the sunlight cast shadows through some of the trees.  Unfortunately I had to crop down because I saw what looks like a cigarette butt in the photo and it was distracting.  Always look for litter in your photos!  It was a quiet and calm environment, and that's how looking at this photo makes me feel.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

2016 Crystal Ball

(Nikon D5100, 1/80, f6.3, ISO500)

Sometimes the coolest photo of the day happens by mistake.  This ball was in the window of a shop in downtown Willoughby.  There were halogen lights above the balls almost making them glow.  After I took the first shot through the window, I noticed that the ball was reflecting the street scene - and me. :)  What do you see in your crystal ball for 2016?

Monday, December 28, 2015

Photo Friday: Best of 2015

(Nikon D5100, 1/640, f5, ISO200)

This horse's name is Uno, and he lives at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, UT.  I took this photo on a trip to see my sister, and we all went and volunteered for a few days.  I chose this photo to represent the best of 2015 for a few reasons.  I really enjoyed the trip overall - I got to spend time with my husband and my sister, and we got to spend time at Best Friends which is an amazing place.  It was relaxing and rejuvenating.  And I took more photos there than I could count... :)

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The golden curve or golden ratio is based on the Fibonacci sequence of numbers that creates a mathematical formula for how we often view beauty. What is represented on this blog is not always 1.618, but is a pursuit of the intersection of mathematical logic and natural perception.

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