Ever try fishing with a camera. It can be pretty challenging and pretty rewarding. It requires a bit of patients and your camera has to be taking pictures when the fish surfaces. My camera shoot three frames per second which is barely fast enough to catch these. This one was shot as 210mm f5.6 at 1/160. I did these hand held because it's hard to keep up with a fish on a tripod.
Not really Christmas in August, but I was just going through some old photos again and came across this one. I really like it so I thought I would share. This was taken in the Washington DC area in 1975. This much snow in DC is very uncommon.
Upper Mesa Falls is one of my family's places to stop when we are at the cabin there's also a Lower Mesa Falls, maybe one of these days I'll share that one as well. This one was taken at 18mm, f9.5 1/60 ISO 100. I don't remember if I had a polarizing filter on.
Alright, I like the moon at the cabin. I also love the wild flowers. I hope you like them as well. My 50mm macro lens does an awesome job of capturing them. This one was taken at f5.6 and a 1/180 shutter speed.