My 365 project will definitely run long, but I’m determined to finish it. Now that Toby is getting a little bigger, I can take him on explorations with me, so I’m hoping to get back into frequent photo adventures soon. Here is one from our evening adventure.
We sat for several minutes watching the surfers at Point Lookout. For the most part, they didn’t do anything exciting…the water was such a beautiful blue and the occasional passing by of a dolphin, sea turtle or manta ray made it all worthwhile.
Simply because I’m a bit of a nerd, I played around with different ways to catalog my bird photo collection. This is one example that I’ve come up with. Next step will be to print it and see how it comes out.
I love birds. I love watching them, I love photographing them. The birds in Australia are amazing and I have spent countless hours learning about them and photographing them. Whilst today’s photo isn’t one that I would consider to be a ‘keeper’ for my birding catalog, I am fond of it for entirely different reasons. I like the little wren’s pose and the wispy grasses that were blowing in the wind all around her. There are a few things I could have done to improve this shot, both in camera and processing…but sometimes I just want to keep it simple.
Thankfully a friend texted me and told me about the eclipse tonight. I quickly ran outside and was able to catch the last part of it. I snapped a couple of hand held shots before it was over. Thanks for the heads up Sarah!