I managed to get out shooting yesterday with a few people from the photography group I belong to. I went without expectations, only with the hope of putting the Tamron through it’s paces, as it is finally back from its second trip to service (and I must say, it seems to be focusing better than when I bought it, so fingers crossed the issues are resolved). I also took out my new camera, a Panasonic FZ1000, to start learning how to use it, and again, so far so good (and SO lightweight!!!).
I’ve not had much time for editing, so I will post a few now, and a few more photos through the week.
Have a great week everyone 🙂
Old man’s beard and other assorted lichens decorate the branches.
The flowers of last summer long ago spent.
From the ground up…
The blue sky didn’t last long…
A birth tree with a bare midriff. Whether people picked away at the bark, or animals or birds did, I don’t know.
Moss, lichen, fungus and peeling bark; a whole lot of texture on one small tree trunk. And all that green! I’m really enjoying it after all the snow I’ve been looking at for months. There’s still a fair bit on the ground, but it recess a bit each day.
I liked this photo for a couple reasons. First, the spring buds! I was surprised to see those. Second, the repeating triangle shapes created by both the live and broken branches.
I’ve been seen this plant everywhere lately, I have no idea what it is, but I like the texture and detail.