Continuing the black and white series of photographs taken at the Garden of the Gods. These unique geological formation’s as the clouds created a contrasting light made for fantastic imagery. Call Lerado to me has a special place in my heart filled with fond memories. Was happy to explore a different area of Colorado that I hadn’t seen before along with good friends. Along with the joy of reigniting a flame in creating images in the black and white realm.
Sunday 7:52 pm when the pink glow from the sun setting in the clouds is fading away & the afterburner is just starting. Wishing everyone a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. Grateful to our servicemen & -women who keep us free... Any ideas for a day-venture that works for someone with a broken foot? Almost 10 weeks in the boot & I am B O R E D! The boot is falling apart as well! One of four straps is torn off and there’s a large hole in the back of the boot where I used to wrap the top strap around. The top Velcro has almost stopped holding. There’s only one angle it will still hold. If I don’t graduate from the boot on Tuesday then I will request a new one!
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Blue Angels, New Orleans Naval Air Station, Belle Chasse, LA. The Blue Angels typically perform aerial displays annually in at least 60 shows at 30 locations throughout the United States and 2 shows at one location in Canada. The "Blues" still employ many of the same practices and techniques used in the inaugural 1946 season. An estimated 11 million spectators view the squadron during air shows from March through November each year. Members of the Blue Angels team also visit more than 50,000 people in schools, hospitals, and community functions at air show cities. (Wikipedia) #photooftheday#nikon#nikonphotography#instagoodmyphoto#justgoshoot #my_365 #nikonworld_ #nikonworld #nikontop_ #nikonNoFilter #nikon__photography
Season of the Red Dog. May is birthing season, and nothing is more visually conspicuous in Yellowstone are the new bison calves, nicknamed “red dogs” because of their bright color (and seem to be everywhere). Newborns need to be walking soon after birth and you often see their parts of their umbilicals still attached.
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. (@yellowstonenps @nationalparkservice@usinterior @ynpforever)
Specs: Nikon Z 6 w/Nikkor Z 24-70 f/2.8S, edited with Adobe Lightroom (@nikonusa @lightroom)
Looking forward to the weekend just like this Springer Spaniel looking for a quick getaway with his prized tennis ball!
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I usually don’t post PSAs but I felt this is important to share. If you look at the duck’s foot, there is a fishing line with a weight hanging off. The foot is swelling and it is clear it is not able to put pressure. I have contacted the correct individuals at this park with hopes they can assist, however, I know this is not the only time this will occur.
With that being said, please be aware of what impact trash and items that are left may have on the environment. Together, we can work towards preventing situations like this from occurring in the future.
Happy dance because it’s Friday!
We went to the Great Sand Dunes yesterday and it was beautiful but very windy. I decided to wake up this morning at 4am and drive out there to catch the sunrise. I’m so glad I did, because it was absolutely stunning.
Have I mentioned how I love the city ?🥰❤️
Can’t wait to go back here 🤞🏻
A photographers quote: “Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.”
– Matt Hardy
📸SONY A6000 & IPhone X📸
🔮⚰️💾LIGHTROOM & PHOTOSHOP📱💻⌨️
Double tap if you like it ❤️❤️❤️
I’ve been loving this rain, but I’m ready for some sunshine and warmth! Thankfully there is a bit in the forecast this weekend.
Hope everybody has a fabulous Friday and stays safe this holiday weekend!