I returned to the park that had pushed me to get the business cards and finally handed a few out and I might even get a gig out of it. It was way easier then what had played out in my head. Anyway I got a few shots from the trip and maybe a some more confidence to talk to even more people.
How did that happen?? I want to thank you all who follow me here on the lovely wordpress, and through twitter and facebook as well, I’m constantly amazed there is anyone interested in what I have to have say through my photography. I continue to be gobsmacked every time I look at my stats and see all those hits I get from nations all over the world. So thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Thank you thank you thank you!
I couldn’t help myself. I took a ton of pictures, as you do, so here’s more from the trip to the zoo!
normally I hate reflections but this one seemed too cool to mess with.
This is the okapi, half zebra something else, the baby was cute it would run in a circle then back to mom, did this about 4 times.
I loved that he just came right up and said hello.
Loved the reflection off the water. Even if he was asleep.
I was up at some ungodly hour, for me anyway. So I took my dog for his morning walk while a small storm sparked up sadly I didn’t have my camera with me but after I went back out and took some shots of the sun coming up.
We love the Zoo, it seems like we go once a year now, and since the weather was nice and cool we thought it was the perfect time to go.
When editing photos, what is the best way to deal with a reflective surface? I’m trying to edit myself out of a shot, and any advice would be great.
I dug deep into the archive for a couple of these. and wanted all of them to reflect in some way as a memory.
More random shots, enjoy!
I’ve been trying to go back and take a second look at some photos that I deemed crap or less than stellar and try to work on them just to see if I could or if they would turn out okay. These worked out pretty well, so I’m pretty pleased.