10/05/14 Filed in: Spring
Mothers Day: ISO 200, 70mm, f/4.6, 1/800
Happy Mother’s Day Weekend! This image shows the special relationship between mother and child.
This is also proof that spring is finally here. A mother mountain sheep keeping her infant close by at the Calgary Zoo. The baby sheep is showing off her leaping abilities by leaping as high she can. If the baby sheep could talk she would probably being saying to her mom, “Watch This! Watch This!”
11/12/13 Filed in: Fall
Confederation Park Path: ISO 200,15mm, f/6.3, 1/400
Confederation Park Fall 2013: ISO 200, 19mm, f/7.1, 1/160
It has been a long while since I posted to my photo blog. This past October we put our Red Deer home up for sale and made a move south to Airdrie.
My photo journal will undergo some changes as my main theme was images from the backyard. Our new backyard is pretty tiny and undeveloped compared to our past home in Red Deer. I will have to venture away from the yard and explore new things in our new home. Perhaps pushing me out of my comfort zone and getting out into the “wild”.
The above images are from one of my last photo walks in Red Deer before our big move. As you can see it was a pretty spectacular one as the way the fall sun was hitting the leaves on my walk home. It is the end of another season but like always I am sure what is coming next will inspire me.
02/09/13 Filed in: Fall
Feeding Squirrel: ISO 800, 200mm, f/6.3, 1/160
Feeding Squirrel II: ISO 800, 149mm, f/6.3 1/125
Peering Squirrel: ISO 800, 159mm, f/6.3, 1/160
I filled our bird feeder earlier this week. The neighbourhood squirrels are feasting on the sunflower seeds and peanuts. There is a Blue Jay flying around the backyard waiting his turn and squeaking is displeasure that he has to wait.
11/08/13 Filed in: Summer
Delphinium Bokeh: ISO 800, 159mm, f/4.0, 1/4000
Delphinium Bokeh II: ISO 400, 145mm, f/4.0, 1/2000
I noticed this backlit delphinium in our garden late last month. I also noticed how the sun was hitting the large black patio umbrella in the background. Combine the two using a zoom lens and these are some of the results you get.