Tag Archive | black and white

Winter Walk

Wow!  I can hardly believe it’s been since September since I last posted!  I have been a very busy girl working to set up my new photography business so, although I have been shooting a lot, I haven’t had the time to dedicate to keeping up with my blog.  As time permits, I am going to try to post images more frequently as I rather miss the challenge and growth I experienced from shooting something new every day.

I decided to combat my cabin fever with a couple of walks at some nearby parks this past weekend.  Both of these images were taken with my infrared converted camera during yesterday’s walk.  It really wasn’t as dark and gloomy as these images suggest, but rather they were processed to appear that way.

Thanks for looking!

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Project 365 – Props At The Park II

Another take on my last P365 image.

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Project 365 – Convair In-Flight Simulator

A shot of the Convair in-flight simulator at the National Museum of the USAF today in Dayton, Ohio.


Project 365 – Studio Portrait

I spent an amazing afternoon photographing my beautiful friend in my studio.  Here is one of the images from this fun shoot.


Project 365 – Black & White Child Portraits

A few shots from the studio today.

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Project 365 – Pet Frog

My teen son rescued this frog from our window well and my youngest adopted him as his new pet.  Now I am doing everything I can to convince my little one that frogs belong outside! 

Edit…  After posting this, I started to wonder if this was actually a frog or a toad.  I think this little guy is actually a toad, not a frog.  Oh, and it seems his pet toad hopped right out of his bucket during the night so now my son is on the hunt for a new pet toad.  (No, he didn’t escape IN the house.  I nixed the idea of allowing him to keep him in the house overnight, thank heavens!)