I made the first image in the evening and the rest while taking a walk the next morning. The only significant things are that I made them all with the Olympus TG-6 camera, processed them the same way in LR, and that I might continue making similar images.
Since I haven’t been going anywhere other than here on campus, it seems that my blog theme is: things I saw at Homewood at Plum Creek. My challenge is to keep making images and showing them daily without showing the same pictures day after day, even though I walk the same paths day after day.
I’m not planning to always just use my TG-6 camera. I also like to use my E-M5 III and I’m still buying additional lenses for it. My most recent addition is the Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens. I will use both cameras and probably stop noting which one I used unless there is a point to be noted. I use the TG-6 for convenience and the E-M5 III for better image quality.
The bigger issue for me is image processing. I would like to make more images processed as these were processed and also occasionally publish color images as warranted. I will just have to wait and see how it goes.
PS, the first image is of a small moth (3/4 inch wing span) on the outside of the door, taken from inside.