These are different in either camera and/or processing. The commonality among them is that I didn’t use a zoom lens.
In the last one, note the white egret flying over the pond. This is one of my wildest trials at using an iPhone SE.
I’m hanging up my blogging, for at least a while.
I’m still making images and trying some other cameras and lenses, etc.; but, since I’m just making test shots and trying different gear and not going anywhere new or seeing anything new, I’m not making images suitable for publication.
I hope to return to posting new images after I decide what camera and what lenses and what processing I want to use in the future, as well as why I will be posting. Making that decision depends on why and what I will be photographing so I have no idea of how long it will be, but I’m hoping it won’t be too long.
My overriding issue is that I haven’t been going anywhere due to Covid-19, and I have already photographed everything, other than people, at Homewood at Plum Creek where I live. Living under these conditions makes photography as a hobby pretty near impossible. Trying to continue with my photography as I have been doing has gotten to the point where it is not an enjoyable or viable hobby or rewarding activity. I would therefore like to shift my emphasis for my blog and photography in new directions other than just playing around with different cameras and lenses and processes or styles.
It was still raining when I made this yesterday. On a quick walk around the campus this morning I saw no damage. Plum Creek was back down with only flattened grass along it to show it had been high.
It was foggy this morning. Spending almost 10 years photographing these same scenes is really getting old. The only thing that changes is the size of the trees.
The longer I live here the more I’m ready to try life in another, more photographic place; but, the older I get, the harder it becomes to leave.
It was nice to have cool wet conditions and only walk with the TG-6 in a pocket again.
Getting some light rain this morning.