Archive for March, 2010
I went back out to highway 476 to take some photos when it’s sunny and not cloudy like a couple of days ago. Found some nice blue bonnet fields, an old, dilapidated farm house and went back to the little remote lake to shoot in different light.
Ok…this last one may not be the sharpest picture I ever took, but I got it at about 35 ft away, hand holding with a 70-300mm lens while he was flitting around. I think the fact that I got anything was amazing
While driving highway 476 between Lytle and Poteet, Texas, I came across a little lake. So I grabbed the camera and snapped some shots.
I’ve learned over the years that photo opportunities aren’t always directly in front of you, hence the title of this post. Here are some more shots from the San Antonio Riverwalk expansion that require that you look up, down or around, to find.
Just some shots of flowers and plants from the San Antonio Riverwalk expansion.
The River Expansion is a great place to take shots of water. Water can convey so many things: movement, stillness, power, serenity. I tried to capture a little bit of all these, and maybe something more.
I saw a lot of ducks on a recent photowalk and was able to capture a couple of decent shots.
This dog was apparently dumped in my subdivision and he’s taken up residence outside my front gate. He won’t leave! He’s been there since Friday. I’ve tried to run him off, chase him away, but he just backs up a little, lowers his head and wags his tail. He keeps trying to sneak in the gate, which is bad, because Woodie the wonder Akita will kill him dead if he does. So if anyone in the San Antonio area wants a very sweet, affectionate dog, PLEASE come get the little booger out of my driveway!