I’m still here and still trying different cameras and lenses and subjects and processing as I work down to the essentials. Since many of you were concerned about me not publishing as often, I thought that I’d just show you these images as a reminder that I’m still working on my photography even though I haven’t decided on future changes.
My big “hang-up” is what could I photograph that fits my location and gear, or what can I possibly do differently to expand my photography in a way that I enjoy. This is a big problem as the flowers die off as the temperatures continue declining. Our night time temperatures have gotten down to 48 degrees F. already.
I like to find fungi and waterfalls to photograph in the cooler months. I find when everything seems familiar because you have trodden the path so often, it’s more of a challenge to look at it differently and find something new or interesting to photograph.
Paula’s right, and though the fading of summer’s light can be sad, there are subjects to explore everywhere.
Dyed off flowers are a beautiful subject.