Sunday, August 21, 2011

Sunday Series 52

Hello Everyone.....I'm back.

First off, I'd like to say I hope you enjoyed your weekend....

Secondly, I'd like to share with you a few pictures of where I go to relax...

I drive down this road to get there......




Enjoy the pics....

I'll catch up with you after you do a bit of scrolling....then I'll tell you what I've started today - I'm super excited about what I hope will be a fun learning experience in the coming year.
See you at the bottom of the blog....
Early Morning On The Lake

A Game Of Horse Shoes
Are Always Ready For
Anyone Who Cares To Play

A Sure Sign Everyone
Enjoyed The Lake

Sunrise

Will A Family Occupy This Table Today?

Soon The Canvas Canopy
Will Bring Needed Shade 

A Quiet Peaceful Lake

Gas Pumps At The Ready

Clear Reflections

How Many Children Have Cast
A Pole From This Very Spot?
As I was saying...I'm going to participate in Sunday Series 52 at this linkhttp://aruraljournal.blogspot.com/ in hopes that I'll learn and become a better photographer.

Today is Day 1....the topic is Red....here's what I came up with.
Since I'm very new to this hobby I'm going to start off with SOOC...

I've learned that stands for - straight out of camera.


Nothing was done to change anything about these pics....I've posted three but I'm told I can only enter 1 so you'll have to go to the link to see my final choice.

Enjoy your day...thank you for visiting my blog - have I thanked you lately? I don't think so, and I didn't want the chance to slip by without telling you!!!!


5 comments:

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Absolutely wonderful reflection pics!!!

Gwendolyn said...

Great photography. Love that little red wagon.
Blessings~

Heather said...

You're on the road to becoming a great photographer! Fantastic pics!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Oh, I love these! You know, I have a little wagon just like that and almost use it as my SS 52 subject? :)

Thanks so much for taking the plunge and joining in this week. I truly appreciate it!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

i love that you are learning more about photography...it's on my list too....

great pic's....

about the countertop....i LOVE my butcher block top. i have lived in ALOT of places and have had every counter top that's ever been made... i love the butcher block... it fits my little farmhouse and my kitchen...

hope this helps you...
happy to see you at farmhouse kitchen, my friend

kary and teddy