Challenged myself today to take some photos with the 60 mm portrait/macro lens. Then I fiddled with them in both color and black and white.
Though it was chilly, it was sunny. So we took the dogs for a walk at North Ponds Park in Webster, NY.
Set up the photo studio again for some photos and attempts at videos. There are cats.
It was close to 70 degrees (Fahrenheit) today, so I took a walk around the yard. It’s a mess. But good things are coming!
My son, The Boy™, actually took this photos yesterday. I took the time today to polish them a bit in Photoshop. He sees the world differently than I do. I love his photos.
Friday Headlines, March 6, 2020
THE LATEST IN THE GEOSCIENCES
This week in paleontology (AKA Fossil Friday)
- DNA from dinosaurs
This week in geology
- Pinpointing Indonesian earthquakes
This week in the environment
- Microplastics in deep-sea organisms
Today, I had to make a trip to Lyons, NY. So on my way home, I stopped briefly in Newark, NY and then spend a lot of time at the Pal-Mac Aqueduct Park in Palmyra, NY.
Today was a pleasant day for taking the dogs for a walk. So I did, and captured some images of life emerging from winter’s grip.
Stopped into The Garden Factory this morning for a bit. Took some photos with my phone.
When I was a wee lass, my dad took a couple of trips to Korea. He brought back goodies, including two jackets that I really loved. I still have them!