Posts tagged “fence

Overgrown

Summer weeds have dried and almost overtaken this fence along the Peavine Trail.


I spy

On the last morning of our trip to Moab, I was standing by the fence looking over at the horses across from our room at the lodge, when I heard the unmistakable gobble of a turkey. From behind me walked a turkey, just as calm as could be, and gobbling all the while.  It peeked through the fence, spied another turkey in the brush, flew to the top of the fence, and disappeared into the bushes.


On the Garden Path

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at the Bryce Thompson Arboretum


Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Day

20151128-MMA_6421_melinda_anderson-Editfrom our Thanksgiving trip to Yellowstone


Fence Fantasy

Here’s a glimpse of part of the fence on the board walk at the Upper Terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone National Park.  I was fascinated by the frozen steam and fog (rime ice) that clung to the railings, as well as to the trees in this magical place.

20151128-MMA_6359_melinda_andersonI had fun in Texture Effects adding a bit of color and texture (Flat Neon preset- majorly edited) to the background.

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After I took the image back into Lightroom, I couldn’t leave well-enough alone- so I played with color to emphasize how icy and cold it was.

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Snowy Courthouse Square

Of the photos I took Courthouse Square in the snow, this one is my favorite. After I took photos with my Nikon and got back in the car, I decided to take a quick iPhone shot for Facebook and to text to a few friends. Of course, that one ended up being my favorite- the point of view from the car was much better than from where I had stood for my other photos. I can’t believe I didn’t see that when I was taking pictures.  My excuse is that I was concerned about the snow falling on my camera. . .

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I converted it to black and white in Lightroom to use for my photo club on Tuesday (the theme was black and white). The photo was well-received, although not a winner in the voting- and the comments all had to do with the unique point of view- the angle of the fence etc. etc. Maybe when it snows again, I can shoot from this angle again- only with my big-girl camera!


Gated

Happy Fence Friday!

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Colors!

I fell in love with the colors of the Tucson Barrio when we were there a few weeks ago.  Here are some images that didn’t make the blog:

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Gritty

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