|Nikon 810, 75mm (28-105), 1/100, f/9, ISO 100|
The sight of a tree covered with white blossoms in the middle of a graveyard was too interesting to pass up, so I actually retrieved a camera from home to get the picture. Unfortunately, at the time I was also playing around with some filters in Lightroom. I noticed after the fact that switching this to black and white makes the white blossoms indistinguishable from everyday green leaves.
|Nikon 810, 75mm? (28-105), 1/1000, f/4.5, ISO 400|
Narrow depth of field makes for a good photo from the college’s flower garden.
|Nikon 810, 300mm (75-300), 1/160, f/11, ISO 100, cropped|
During this year’s annual visit from the carpenter bees, I finally got camera, lens, light and subject to line up perfectly.
The clouds blew through without dropping any rain, but they certainly look ominous.
|Nikon 810, 18mm (18-35), 1/60, f/5.0, ISO 800|
Part of the series of photos I took in the caboose we rented in Arkansas.
|Nikon 810, 48mm (28-105), 1/60, f/4.0, ISO 400|
Another caboose shot, this time a rain-slick exterior.
|Nikon 810, 105mm (28-105), 1/60, f/6.3, ISO 250|
I stopped for awhile in a small park in Eureka Springs and took pictures of some yarn-bombed trees. It was a relaxing experience.
|Nikon 810, 75mm? (28-105), 1/100, f/4.5, ISO 5000|
Back at home, some used limes in the sink turned out to be more visually interesting than the average daily desperation photo.