Training my camera on any kind of insect is fine until it flies out of frame and I feel something on my neck.
I have no idea how I came to own this. I suspect this is the only time it has been put to use. :-)
A small bottle of olive oil from Livermore, California.
Little time and out of ideas, resulting in a shot of some fireplace tools. :-)
Headwaters for the Rio Grande.
Relics behind the barn.
A more accurate title might be “Failure To Raise The Dead”.
A decorative chip attached to a gift box.
For holding toothbrushes.
Whoa… is that CHEESE?!?? AWESOME!!!
Reminds me of a videotape I once saw. I hope the phone doesn’t ring. :-)
Part of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument in New Mexico.
Never used, thankfully.
I guess my photography has definitely entered the “garage” phase.
More early-morning toolbox exploration.
Digging through the garage for subject matter before the sun comes up. :-) On a positive note, only 100 days left in the project!
Handle that came off a ceiling-fan pull chain today.
Another one I will chalk up to “learning experiences”. Not happy with one, but after all the time invested, it still gets posted as today’s selection. :-) The title “blowouts” refers to the whites/highlights being blown out in the photo. This was my second attempt at HDR, and the blowout risk seems to be amplified …
Some call the building “historic”. Others call it “old”. But it still appears to be operational, either way.
I feel a John Hiatt song coming on.
From the tool box.
The handles from two glass mugs.
A house key and a dental mirror.
Needed something quick. Found some new blooms in the front yard.
The “perigee” moon occurs once a year, appearing 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full moons. I was definitely hitting up against the limit of my skill set with this one. The clouds were a disappointing factor as well. But I still had fun trying to capture it. :-)
Derived from an image of solar arrays at Consolidated Solar Technologies in Albuquerque.
From the medicine cabinet.
A refrigerator magnet that I undoubtedly picked up at some run-of-the-mill tourist store on a Florida beach.
An old external hard drive.