Back on December 30th,I got a call from Steve,wondering if I wanted to join him on photo walk.
I needed no time to decide,this sounded great.
He picked me up and we went about a mile out of town to the local lake.
The scenery was gorgeous as we walked along the edge of the frozen lake.
Here are a few pictures I got that day.
I have many more but they still need to be edited,so will come at a future date.
I always enjoy capturing the photographer at work.
You can see that the trees were gorgeous with a layer of hoarfrost and some snow.
If you look over Steve's shoulder,you can see that the beavers have taken down some of the smaller trees. We saw a lot of beaver activity,in the form of chewed up tree trunks.Some of the trees were too large and they had not been able to get them down.
You can see the camera hanging from Steve's shoulder,but he also wanted to see how this would look with the iPhone.
Here I captured a picture of the picture.
The digital age allows us to experiment without adding cost to the end result.
It makes photography even more enjoyable.
Of course I had to get in close to really see how the picture looked on the iPhone.
I must say it does a pretty good job,but I won't be selling my cameras anytime soon.
Thanks Steve for making my day by asking me to join you. I had a wonderful time and hope we can do it again.
Thought for Today:
Today,be thankful for the beauty,the peace,and the marvel of nature.