Taking Flight…

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I am in the process of moving my blog, but I wanted to share this image with you guys. I hope to have all my followers moved with me to my real photography site, APN Photography, where I will continue posting my daily shots. So please stop my and give me a like over there, or on  https://www.facebook.com/APNphoto if you enjoyed this post! I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend! –xoxox  Angela

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Yellow Flowers and Sunny Days…

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Make me happy! I took this while on a walk at the local nature preserve. It’s finally warming up and the sun feels SO good it just makes me feel alive! I hope you all are having a wonderful Friday and hope you have an even more fantastic weekend. — Angela

Prairie Trails

Geyser Basin, YNP…

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Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park in the good ol’ U.S. of A. baby! 2008. Some of the most beautiful scenery to feast your eyes upon. I loved it and would L.O.V.E. to go back. Hubby and I have a rule though, no two places twice (margaritas were talkin’). Too much to see and do. Friday peeps! My spirits are high and I hope yours are too. It could be that it’s national margarita day and I’ve had a few. 🙂 Have a good weekend!! Go have a margarita! (Click the image for a bigger view.)

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Through Two Shutters…

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This photo completely appeals to me and maybe it’s because it reminds me of that old Alfred Hitchcock movie the Birds. It’s kind of creepy and cool all at once. I applied some split toning to the photo until I was happy with it.

 While sitting on my dining room floor testing some new camera settings, the sun was shining brightly overhead. I noticed a flock of birds resting on the tree across the street and every so often several of them would fly off. It was odd because the scene kept replaying but there was still the same amount of birds left in the tree. So below is what I captured  through both my camera shutter and through my window shutter; hence, through two shutters…

Aperture priority with my 35-70 f2.8.Shutter View