Photography 101: Just Messing Around to End the Week

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I’ve not been able to do all the assignments, but I’ve enjoyed the ones I did do. Been sitting here on Black Friday catching up on book reviews and outlining my new novel, but as i go into the weekend, when I’ll be totally focused on these two tasks, I’d like to share some photos I took on Thanksgiving Day near my daughter’s home in Woodbine, Maryland in neighboring Howard County – a mainly rural county.

The Patuxent River, at the border of Howard and Montgomery Counties. A light dusting of snow fell Thanksgiving morning. It was mostly gone by the time I shot this, but enough remained for contrast against the brown earth and leaves.
The Patuxent River, at the border of Howard and Montgomery Counties. A light dusting of snow fell Thanksgiving morning. It was mostly gone by the time I shot this, but enough remained for contrast against the brown earth and leaves.
After shooting the picture above (from a bridge over the river) I turned around and shot in the opposite direction (upstream). The snow-coated trees make this look a lot colder, don't you think?
After shooting the picture above (from a bridge over the river) I turned around and shot in the opposite direction (upstream). The snow-coated trees make this look a lot colder, don’t you think?
Then, after arriving at my daughter's house, I'm always drawn to the bird feeder in her back yard.
Then, after arriving at my daughter’s house, I’m always drawn to the bird feeder in her back yard.
Despite the cold weather, the feeder and the trees near it are always full of many different species of birds.
Despite the cold weather, the feeder and the trees near it are always full of many different species of birds.

One thought on “Photography 101: Just Messing Around to End the Week

    Yvonne Hertzberger said:
    November 29, 2014 at 1:51 am

    Lovely. Those almost make me like winter. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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