I mentioned in a recent post that I am an official LBJ National Grasslands volunteer. My friend and I are on litter and vandalism patrol. … Continue reading Trash: What it says about a person
This is an ongoing series – mainly because I like to pretend there’s a great demand and interest for pond scum photos. It could happen. Someday. I think these are my best gross pond photos. I was finally able to … Continue reading Pond Scum as Art
Today’s very unusual tripod challenge: photograph fireflies. My friend and I have discovered a spot where fireflies are plentiful… if you get there at just the right hour. We got there with our equipment at the wrong hour. There were … Continue reading Firefly!
I worked hard to select a photo that didn’t include a bug or insect for today’s blog post. Behold, the humble button! The button was spotted at my newest favorite place – Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. As … Continue reading Random Button
This is part of the ongoing series I call, “You want me to photograph that?” If you missed the first one, click here. ——————————— Sam: “You’ll either like this item or you’ll hate it.” I was intrigued with the object he … Continue reading You want me to photograph that? – A Bullet!
Today Sam and I came up with a new challenge. I’m calling this ongoing series, “You want me to photograph that?” The goal of this series is to prove me wrong. Yes, you read that sentence correctly. Oftentimes I have my doubts that I can photograph a particular item—like small shiny objects. This series will challenge me to prove I can. Sam: “Photograph a sewing needle.” Denise: “I’ve done that before.” Sam: “Then you can photograph small shiny objects!” Denise: “Maybe… but I did lose all those photos when my computer died. So I’ll photograph some sewing needles tonight to … Continue reading You want me to photograph that? – Sewing Needles!