Seeing what you had never seen before.I was diagnosed with cancer in 2014. It was stage 3 colorectal cancer had surgery, 6 months later it Metastasized to ovaries surgery again to remove ovaries.I then started chemo, completed this It then Metastasized to lungs and liver Doctor recommended cryoablation (freezing). We did this and it returned to my lung and we once again did the cryoablation.It has been 6 months and I am Cancer free!During this whole fight I found Photography... continue reading
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This is really a journey of discovery.I wouldn't call myself a top shelf photographer, but my photos just go to waste, being stored in various places and many have died senselessly with the death of a hard drive.Most stock photography sites want photos of people or buildings.I prefer nature.I hate worrying about staging people with silly props, getting paperwork signed, and worrying about all the various details when I can just go outside and find something interesting to share with others.... continue reading
I've been an avid hiker since I can remember.Recording my discoveries on film (or with digital imaging) has always been one of my passions.I have found myself staying with the safe paths lately though. As I get older, climbing rocks and steep hills becomes more difficult.Not too long ago I took a detour during one of my hikes and found a hidden area out of sight of the worn pathway I frequently walk.The terrain became steeper and large rocks blocked the way.Driven by what was to be found... continue reading
My husband loves to go to auctions. He is always keen to spot a bargain and share with me all the reasons why he needed to make the purchase and how worthwhile the items/s will be! While there have been a few things that have actually been put to use, most are set out in piles on our property in an unused area. Recently I went for a walk around our vineyard, with my camera in hand. The plan was to capture the new growth on the vines. Whle walking past the aution treasures I happened to see a rusty... continue reading
Each New Day , gives us a great opportunity to learn something amazing and transform it positively into reality .So far i have discovered things which make you work and improve on your photography is your happiness in what we do , consistency not to loose hope and deliver better and imagination ( just as kid trying understand universe and its parts )Enjoy my new creativity , using pebbles in my garden to illustrate some meaning continue reading
" Tutankhamen – His Tomb and Treasures ".The Spectacular Exhibition arrived to the capital of the Czech Republic – Prague.The pharaohs and their passage to eternity ...Way of the rulers of ancient Egypt - Pharaohs on "the next world" has long been shrouded in mystery. After finding the tomb and treasures of Tutankhamen was decided to show the world these beautiful amazing artifacts.Also, I have decided to visit the... continue reading
Weekends at cottage offers a good change for taking photographs of nature and this spring I took a bit closer look in what is going on in my garden.I have one extreme macro lens which, due to its limitations, most of the time of a year collects dust in a drawer. The lens is capable of taking pictures of small objects/models that are only up to 15cm away (approximately) from the lens front element. The lens is Canon's MP-E65 which is capable of magnifications of up to 5:1x. So, as I've spent a... continue reading
I am sooo excited!!I just learned that one of my pictures is a book cover for a book that is sold on Amazon. You can see it, or buy the book here: http://www.amazon.com/When-Love-Abides-Freedom/dp/1468123955/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1325972329&sr=1-2AND, I'm excited to know that it is a Christian fiction story!!I contacted the author and have gotten to know her a little bit.It is soo fun to see my granddaughter on a book...and even for her...she is a little bit embarrassed tho! LOL... continue reading
Macrophotography presents its own set of challenges quite distinct from your usual photography.First of all, you have to spring for the lens, and that's nothing to sneeze at.Then, you have to get dirty --- I mean, you have to kneel, sit, even lie on the ground to take the shots you want.You have to assume awkward, sinew stretching positions so you can take a picture of that itsy bitsy ladybug underneath that teeny weeny leaf.Plus you have to suffer ants feasting on your feet and endure static... continue reading
It happens to me from time to time. I take shots and put images to my hard disk to process later, but then I have no time for a week or so. Or something attracts my attention and I took new shots and completely go mad on them and so, old ones stay forgotten.And so, I decided to start March with careful inspecting my HD instead of taking new photos. And it turns out to be a good idea since I found couple of dozens photos quite suitable to be uploaded on DT. And so, I processed them and uploaded... continue reading
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