NaNoPoblano 2017 – Day 7 (November 7)
Go NaNoPoblano (National Blog Posting Month) (https://anitashree.com/2017/10/12/its-approaching-that-time-again/ !
One more day of showcasing Sask trip photos. Why? Because I am recharging the big girl camera battery. Therefore no new pictures can be taken this evening. Also, probably I am feeling tired and lazy having been coughing all day. Stupid cold that doesn’t want to end… Anyway, enjoy the random photo album!
I’m not sure how stable this bridge was as I didn’t try walking across it. I was too busy taking pictures of it.
The obligatory foreground-focused rock.
Who doesn’t like a cool pinecone?
I was enjoying the macro setting on my lens. A real macro lens is on my shopping list!
I always love a cemetery with a view.
You just need to take pictures of the gnarly dead tree!
Posted on November 7, 2017, in NaNoPoblano and tagged NaNoPoblano, NaNoPoblano 2017. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.
Smart move on the bridge. And I do love those pinecones.
Yeah – I thought a picture was a safer bet!
The tree is wind torn, it might survive if it blows into Ontario. 🙂
The obligatory foreground focus is my fave. 😃👍🏻
It kind of speaks to me too!
It’s one of my favorite techniques. 👍🏻
You’re doing really well, I love shots 1 and 3. Wonder if 1 would be a good black and white? Really well done.
I will have to try the black and white! Thanks 🙂
WOW Emily this is a fantastic set of photography. You are really good!!!
I hope you are completely healthy super soon. 🙂 🙂 Big blessings to you. Debbie
Thanks! I think I am slowly getting better…
That tree looks like a majestic stag! Cemeteries are so strange, so peaceful and beautiful, yet so sad too. Also that bridge did look a bit wonky, maybe it was for the best you didn’t try crossing it or you may have ended up in the cemetery in a very different way!
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