The day started when Karen and I stopped in Brevard to take photos of the horse sculptures. The theme for February’s camera club circles. Turns out they were actually made of horseshoes. I would love to have a family of these in my yard. Continue reading
June and I started on the Oklawaha trail. It had ice on the puddles, ribbon ice, and birds, including a hawk. I’ve seen ribbon ice before but never had my camera with me. I think it’s cool. I also like seeing the difference rotating the polarizer making the ice opaque or clear.
“Blessed are the curious, for they shall have adventures.” ― Lovelle Drachman
I saw a photo in Our State magazine of a river bend of the French Broad River.
I wanted to photograph it.
5 hours and probably 5 “u” shaped bends being found on GPS, we found the bend.
It’s on private property and no one called me back. Continue reading
This is the last GYBS theme and regular meeting for the camera club this year. Here are the three I sent, all taken this year. I know I’ll enjoy the meeting tonight because the presenter is Kevin Adams!
I have had Hawksbill and Table Rock NC on my want to see list for a long time.
My friend June and I had talked about seeing and photographing the old tobacco barns but didn’t really want to try to drive and find them, find somewhere to park and only be able to shoot from the road. It was placed on the back burner.
The camera club went the night before to the Pixie Forest near Graybeard Overlook on the BRP. I didn’t make that trip, but we woke up to fog and had a day we could go goof together till about midday, so we headed that way. Continue reading