Hilhall's PhotoBlog

These diminutive, bright green acorns caught my eye while out on a walk the other day, so I picked a few up and took them home. They are starting to fade to…

When I spot these little Geckos running across my porch, they are bright green. This little guy literally blended in with the woodwork on a front porch chair. …

I spotted this tree frog napping on a drain pipe while I was power washing the side of my house. I worked around him and just let him doze.

Back to the mushrooms again. We are deep in our rainy season, and these beauties are quite abundant. They have provided inspiration for some creative, shallow…

I posted these macro mushroom photos earlier this week. I received some feedback from a fellow blogger that they might work well in B&W, so I thought I'd give a…

We had a lot of rain the last few days, which means more debris and growth. This is no great for making yard work and weeding easier, but I did find some new…

After several days of rain and creative block, I started playing with the double exposure feature in Snapseed. It's a bit addictive—kind of a photography guilty…

Tropical Storm Isaias hit our area Monday night. This beach was spared extensive damage, but there were other nearby areas and places along the U.S. East Coast…

Flowers and nature are among my favorite subjects to photograph. Staying closer to home, while frustrating at times, has enabled me to see the beauty and wonder…

What to do on a rainy afternoon? A bunch of supermarket flowers provided some inspiration. A flashlight, macro lens, and tripod turned my back porch into a make…

We've got our very own Audrey II (the singing killer plant in the film Little Shop of Horrors). But this "mean green mother" isn't from outer space. It's…

I am lucky to live close enough to the beach that I can visit it just about every day. In these trying times, the beach has become my refuge from a world that…

My six-year-old Beagle mix, Salsa is one of the great joys of my life. She is also one of my favorite subjects to photograph. We adopted her five years ago. …

Flowers are in bloom here in the Southeastern United States. Magnolias, Hydrangeas, and even those pesky Dandelions seem worthy of a close-up portrait.

When I am feeling nostalgic, I set the image review on my camera to black and white, limit my picture-taking to 35 exposures, and head out on a photo walk or…

From time to time, I like to challenge myself to photograph within certain limitations, as a way to flex my creative muscles. For this exercise, my goal was to…

I live in an area with lots of birds. Not just small backyards birds, but larger water birds—Egrets, Herons, Ibis. I find them fascinating. I recently…

Hello readers. I probably should have posted this introductory blog first, but well, what can I say, I am new to this. I have been photographing my world for…
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