Sailing from Tobermory to Wiarton this summer – we knew we were almost home as we rounded Cape Croker and spotted the lighthouse.
The bees dance from flower to flower. They never seem to get tired and I seem to never get tired of watching them.
I took this picture while sailing up the St. Clair River this summer. Trees standing alone in a field have always caught my attention. I always wonder why.
So this is another sunflower shot I took in Owen Sound when we were there to see the tall ships. I love the fall colours of this variety. It almost looks like it got sunburnt!
As I was walking home after meeting with fellow blogger Allan of Modes of Flight this mushroom with a little plant arched over it caught my eye. After shooting from a few different angles I chose this one and blended it with a painted look.
I had a chance to meet up with a fellow blogger this weekend. We had a wonderful chat and his post say’s it all. Thanks Allan. If you are not following his blog please check it out!
Yes, I’ve said it many times before. This has been a busy year. Family life, a relocation, constant work on the new house and home studio, meeting and greeting the new neighbours, a wedding assignment, scheduling portraiture, doing some landscape photography for my portfolio, attempts to get back into illustration while photography continues to rule the world, a couple photography competitions, some research completed for future sci-fi, fantasy and aviation art projects, plenty of community research forHammer Home,fitting street photography in whenever I can, self-promotion and seeking other ways to promote the art of MOF. Even blogging has become a greater challenge to keep up with than ever before. By the way, thank you to everyone for all of your awesome likes comments and e-mails. I appreciate them tremendously.
Well, it finally came time for me to try to get away for a little while. Kim planned a…
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The sunset lined up nicely with this farm tonight. Glad I had the camera with me. Don’t leave home without it!
This is a 3 exposure HDR. Processed with Lightroom, Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz adjust etc.