Went dog walking at Conroy Pit – a dog’s paradise.
Miles of trails, a whole messa dogs, off leash, etc.
Watched the owners (at least half of them) leisure walk, sipping their double latte mocha chocolate framboise cappuccinos. Seems there’s a Tim’s at the Esso station right next to the entrance.
This is Elly – my sister’s constant companion.
A helping hand
Snowmageddon #2 a couple of days ago.
Streets are the usual a slippery mess they get to be as winter sets in for earnest. I thought about making this B&W, but liked the blue of the coat and the rest of the muted colors.
Should be about time for some inside sports.
Macro – Plastic xmas tree
This scene was captured after tapping into the Hubble telescope’s eye on the sky. This undiscovered sun has many satellites around it, several of which are hospitable to human life. Maybe we’re not alone after all.
Another snowy day in paradise – again
This is the same view as yesterday – add driving snow & remove the screen that I didn’t notice yesterday.
Experience enables you to recognize a mistake every time you repeat it. 😉
Tomorrow I gotta get out.
Another snowy day in paradise
One of those recovery days. Didn’t get out, getting over that bug that drags you.
This is the view from my bedroom window in the early morning – the only shot I got all day. )=:
Christmas – 2012
My sister spent a 12 hour day, Christmas eve, running her gourmet food business and making sure her customers got their xmas goodies. She & hubby hosted both a raucous Christmas eve and a somewhat quieter Christmas day with all the trimmings. Cooking, entertaining, support & backup – a much appreciated effort all around.
Before the yankee swap, a formal portrait of friends and family.
Learning something again – lighting. Main flash to the left, fill flash from the on board camera, no reflector, dodge & burn the darker areas, tone down the lighter ones.
Christmas eve day. Busy, last minute stuff. Caught the cats doing cat stuff, which is usually lounging about, checking things out from on high or napping.
So, cashed in another cat chip (got 4 do choose from).
Learning something, though. I’ve had this camera for 4 years & just found out I can adjust the intensity of the pop up flash. Good thing cats are patient or the flash testing would have killed the shot.