Hello! Hope you’ve enjoyed your summer so far! It hasn’t been here very long, but it will be gone in the blink of an eye! I’m so close to the end of my school I can taste it! Or maybe that’s me taking a baseball bat to my computer, which ever comes first.It will come soon enough. Hopefully.
Again, sorry I didn’t let you know that I wouldn’t be posting. This next friday, as far as I can tell, I will be able to write.
Here lately I’ve been getting back into wanting to do photography and draw and write. But mostly photography. So yesterday, after I crashed an awesome picture (a doe and her two fawns, still with spots, were standing on tall golden grass, in golden sunlight, beside and old metal wheel in the middle of our field) I went out and started to take some random pictures of whatever caught my eye as I drove around. So here are some of the ones that I liked the best.
Ok I lied, partially. I took this picture a little while ago, and forgot about it until I downloaded it with all the rest last night. I’ve always liked pictures with a focus like this. I also like how everything is tall.
Here is another one from a little while ago. Same day as the other one. I like taking pictures from different angles to give the “subject” a new look. This tree for example now looks like the biggest, baddest tree in our yard. Now only if I could photo shop a bald eagle in there…
Okay, now the rest of these are from yesterday. Heres another example of that focus thing. If I would have swung over to my left, you could have seen my chickens in this shot. You can imagine the rude looks and noises I was getting for my presence being there and not giving them food. They weren’t pleased.
Right across the road from the previous picture is our horses. The stud (just kidding he’s a gelding) in front is my baby, Rocky. Then theres Reba, the, actually my brothers horse but I take care of her, child off in the back.
I tried and tried to get a good picture like this of Rocky, but no. He hast to constantly move. So then Reba got jealous and came over (literally over me) and struck a few poses for me. She is the photogenic one. I really like the colors in this picture, they all seem to pop a little.
This is probably my favorite one so far. I love the angle, the colors, the look in her eye, everything. Even the clouds look just right. I was so glad this one turned out the way it did. She was totally zoned out and perfectly still!
I know, I know, this ones blurry. But its the best i got of him. If it wasn’t blurry it would be by far the best one of him. But again he had to move. Oh, well. Whatever.
Welp, that’s the last of them, and the last for today. I really hope you enjoyed it, and I would love some feedback!
See you next week!
Your professional photographer farmgirl,