Early morning in a summer garden to capture the last iris before it fades, plus a poppy and a Peony.
Sunlight leaks through the clouds setting Lake Superior aglow.
One of those mornings at one of those spots where nature fills my senses.
Spring warmth and sunshine persuades these ferns to unfurl their greenery.
it’s spring and new growth is bursting out everywhere.
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Photographing bubbles has been on my bucket list for quite some time. A few days ago my order of glycerine arrived and I mixed up a batch of soap and went to work. I’m still working on the lighting, but am pleased with the results so far. Looking forward to perfecting my setup as I go.
I’ve been cooped up a bit too long between staying home and my time working at our local food co-op, time to go outside and hug a tree. And grab a photo or two.
Sunset colors above the St. Louis River as it flows through jay Cooke State Park.
This image was captured on my Nikon FM film camera. I photographed the negative with my full frame DSLR and imported into Adobe Lightroom for initial editing, then into Photoshop for inverting. The image on the left is pre-invert, the right, post invert. I am having a hard time deciding which I like better. The reflections on the negative version seem to pop more but, the detail of the docks stand out more on the inverted version. Your thoughts…