Hilhall's PhotoBlog

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…

The view from my window on a rainy morning: Two lawn chairs shrouded in plastic tarp appear as a a pair of ghosts roaming a suburban backyard. Together in their…
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