Friday, June 5, 2015

When I Grow Up I Want To Be A Photgrapher

Bigass spider at work

Otis the Quat on his perch

From his perch atop his scratch post, Otis the Quat can look at the birds to the north

The forsythia bush only partially blocks Otis the Quat's view of the northern birds

Full moon a couple nights ago, with my .03 megapixel phone camera

Full moon rising a couple nights ago, about 20 minutes after it was low and orange

Full moon rising in the southeast a couple nights ago

Full moon and our scantily illuminated shed

Why does it look so big live, and then in photos it looks so small?

Google does this for me; I have not yet this skill

Our little patio south of the deck

A little American Flag, in our barrel planter, south of the large sagae hosta (named Hosta of the Year in 2000) on our little patio

Out of focus, and taken through both a dirty window pane and the accompanying screen, a hummer sits amid the dappled willows

A slick attempt at capturing the hummer feeding, this time through the open window and nearly opaque screen, failed

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