Jenny leads off the set of best photos from the 365 blog in August, objecting to having a nap disturbed.
|Nikon D7000, 80mm (35-80), 1/160, f/5.6, ISO 800|
While cleaning out the basement, I found this relic of computing days past.
|Nikon D7000, 80mm (35-80), 1/250, f/5.6, ISO 500|
The damage done to the radiator of my car by a raccoon struck at 60 mph or so.
|Nikon D7000, 80mm (35-80), 1/125, f/32, ISO 200, off-camera flash|
After years of loyal service, one of out favorite glasses developed a crack. Here I pay it proper photographic tribute.
|Nikon D3000, 18mm (18-55), 1/200, f/6.3, ISO 100|
Some of the trees on campus were planted in memory of college personnel no longer with us. Of this pair of memorial evergreens, one has joined its honorees in the afterlife.
|Nikon D3000, 35mm (18-55), 1/30, f/5, ISO 560|
The second day of class in Intro to Photography. We were going to go to the college's flower garden to practice, but weather didn't permit. Thus we took photos around the art room.
|Nikon D3000, 18mm (18-55), 1/160, f/6.3, ISO 100|
Merely two days after I photographed the dead tree, it was gone. In its place remained only a hole in the ground, some safety cones and a drag mark.
Take photos when you can. Opportunity often passes before you know it.
The neighbor's vintage bug doing plant-hauling duty.