Here’s my weekly photo #15, another one I managed to get out the car window with my iPhone. It was a lovely foggy morning, and as I was crossing over a bridge, I liked how the row of round shrubs was set against the fog. Photo was cropped to look like a panorama and “awesomized” in the Camera Awesome phone app.
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It’s been a great week, and here’s my weekly photo number 14. This is once again taken at my workplace (yes, I think I spend too much time here). There are some lovely trees here on base and the beauty really comes out on lovely Spring days. Taken with my iPhone and minor editing done in PS Express.
Here’s my weekly photo 13…looks like we’re a quarter of the way through 2012 already! This picture was taken right outside my workplace. Beauty can even be found on a military base, especially this time of year! I like the bright pink against the blue sky. Taken with my iPhone.
Time for my weekly photo….here’s another one during my morning commute. I was stopped at a traffic light and couldn’t resist snapping this picture through the car window. It was another lovely misty, foggy yet sunny morning. Taken with my iPhone. Happy first day of Spring!
Things have been just strumming along with work, painting my pig, running, and preparing for a trip to Florida this week. I even made it to the current issue of Hampton Roads Magazine with my pig! I haven’t forgotten about my weekly photos, though…here is photo #10. This was taken at Smithfield Station soon before dusk. Taken on my iPhone.
My photo of the week is a bit of an experiment…my first infrared photo. I purchased a Hoya Infrared Filter and I used my 5D Mark II with the filter and a tripod. This was a 20 second exposure and adjustments were made in Photoshop RAW.
This week’s photo was a little easier, because my husband and I took a little weekend getaway (thanks, Groupon!), so I had a chance to walk around with my good camera. This was taken in the cute town of Urbanna, VA outside a cafe. Taken with my 5D Mk II and adjusted in RAW in Photoshop.