Tag: Photography

In a previous post, I spoke about personality types. At that time, back in January, most of the folks who answered the question and took the test were introverts, with the sole loner being my friend Richard, an extrovert. Recapping, I am an INFJ, sort of a social introvert, if you will. 🙂 This past weekend, I had interactions with many people during a volunteer opportunity. Of course, I took my camera with me. Cedric made an interesting comment that…

On Friday I was thinking: What am I going to do on Saturday. I didn’t have anything planned and, sure I could have gone out and gone to the garden, taken pictures, etc. However, I wanted something a little different. Thinking back to a couple of weeks ago when I volunteered at the Dachshund rescue, I thought that I might volunteer somewhere, if anything was going on this weekend. Somewhere that I could blend volunteering and my camera. I checked…

Even the things that we make that we consider great sometimes seem so puny as compared to the wonders that occur naturally.

Sometimes one need not go to exotic destinations to find a photographic subject. I pass this field every day on my walk. It is right across the street from my apartment. The other day, I decided to put the D700 on the tripod and take a few shots and play with the depth of field. I spent only short time there as it was evening, rather warm, the insects were hungry and I was what was on the menu. 🙂

Nope. Not a slip up in grammar. I am doing well, but on this past Sunday, I was doing good. 🙂 I was volunteering at Chapman’s Dachshund Rescue in York, SC about 30 minutes or so from my home. How I got there. As you may know, I attend The Peaceful Dragon, where I practice Tai Chi. Well, my Sifu, Eric Sbarge and his wife Debra are, shall we say, big fans of Dachsunds. As a matter of fact, when…

Try as I might, I tend to slow down when a camera is in my hand. This morning, I didn’t do my usual walk. I was feeling a bit lazy, honestly, so I postponed it until this evening. Today was rather hot, it was still close to 90 degrees at 5:00, so I decided to wait until the sun was a bit lower in the sky. I went out around 8:00, camera in hand, but determined (somewhat) to keep a…

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