Photograph from July 2018 in the Florida Keys. I was down there with my son’s Scout Troop and we were staying on a sailboat as part of our Seabase adventure. Took this photograph at sunset from the sailboat anchored just west of Fleming Key near Key West. The photograph was taken with a point and shoot.
As promised last week here is a photograph from my recent walk. I set out looking for some winter scenes knowing that most, if not all, the snow was gone, but hoping to at least find something. I found this ice scene which I felt had some promise.
Had hoped to post something newer this week. I got some new photographs that I took this past week, but have not gotten a chance to look at them. So decided to use this one from September. Not a flower person so not sure what type of flowers they are, but as it was almost fall and these were still in bloom I couldn’t resist taking a shot.
Another photograph from October of the path near my house. This is looking east along the path.
Another photograph from October. With the fog and dew, there were a lot of opportunities to capture the numerous spiderwebs. I like the way this web just surrounds the plant.
Another photograph from Assateague Island National Seashore, this is on the marsh side. I was interested in capturing the yellow-orange of the marsh grass and the patterns formed by the grass and water. May have pushed the saturation a bit too far.
Another photograph from Assateague National Seashore, this one from the beach. I was looking to capture the pattern of the waves as they stacked up.
My family and I spent Thanksgiving Week at Ocean City, MD. While there we went out to Assateague Island National Seashore, where we hiked some of the shorter trails. Above is a photograph of the building at Ferry Landing taken from the “Life of the Forest” boardwalk. Would have prefered a different sky, but still like that I captured the reflection in the marsh pool.
Going back to the summer in Shenandoah, VA. This is a photograph of one of the trees we saw at the parking areas along Skyline Drive. I like the shapes of the branches and how the side facing the parking area is bare showing the patterns in the bark.
Another photograph from a couple of weeks ago. This is one of the few that I took of the leaves on the other side of the river.