So, I completed my first and only real goal for creating this blog. I no longer have any obligation to continue this blog. But, as my photography seems to be rather like in my blog, I’ve decided to continue on that. I still want to hear anyone’s opinions and possibly some tips to improve my skills. Maybe? I don’t know. So from now on I’m devoting this blog to photography only. No more boring ‘story’ that no one cares about. But I have to thank all of you guys for proving my point to a friend. You really helped us. So, thanks, and, until next time.
This is probably one of the first pictures I took with my ‘new’ camera. There’s nothing really special to it, but it just seems appealing to me for whatever reason.
This is taken when I just got the camera I have. I was experimenting with what it can do. I found the “black and white” button and experimented. Here’s the result.
Ok, I’ll admit, I suck at names. *sigh* I was walking on a field at my camp after a gloomy night’s downpour. I looked behind me to this sight and quickly took a picture. I was surprised that it turned out as well as it did.
Fun fact: the name given to visible rays of light such as this one are called Crepuscular rays.
This is a photo I took at Ausable Chasm in Upstate NY. I went there last summer (in 2013) with family. It was fun. We’ve got a family cabin right on Lake Champlain’s beach.
For whatever reason, I felt like putting up another picture. I took this picture last summer at my summer camp. But honestly, I never really liked this place. The frogs mock me. O_O
I thought I’d just show you a random picture I took. I’m not sure if it looks good at all or what not. But, hey, why not?