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The thought of something is sometimes far stronger than the sight of it. Some animal shots I took were made with that idea in mind. The darkness of these shots,…

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Week 18 of the 52 frame challenge required a low key capture. Saw the reflection of the window on an old TV sitting in the room, begged to be captured.

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I prefer to go adventuring to take a photo. It's not just the photo, it's the whole process. It's the travel, the exploring, finding the spot, experimenting,…

Last Tuesday we had two kind young ladies come to the camera club and allow us to practice our portrait photography, not my strongest genre but always willing…

Some of the flowers I was given last week are beginning to fade now but the single pink rose in the bouquet still has a beauty about it, even in its decline. I…

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