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 place s 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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Took a quick day trip to Austin, TX yesterday. If you have never been to Texas’ state capitol, it’s an experience. One of the interesting things to do is to head over to Congress Bridge around dusk and wait for the bats to fly out on their nightly feeding quest. Yes, you heard me right. There are bats living under the bridge. I have no idea why, but obviously it must be a great nesting area for them. It’s a really great sight to see them flying out. Here’s my shot from last night. The best view is definitely from the top of the bridge…enjoy!
I’m not sure if I have ever posted this photo or not. I took this when we were passing through Mississippi on our way to Florida a couple of years ago. We just happened to get there at sunset. I reworked the colors on this in Lightroom and lightened up the bridge a little so the metal is more visible. I really like it. It makes me happy and I hope it makes you happy too. Have a great weekend. Enjoy!
I’ve been having fun with my camera lately. I need to find other people to photograph besides my brats because they are sick of me and pretty much refuse to pose for me anymore. My daughter is being kind to me lately though, and helped me out with this particular photo which was taken at a resort on a quick overnight trip. We stopped to walk our bikes up the hill while on a bicycle ride and when I saw the trees I knew I wanted to capture the moment. Now I know I could have Photoshopped the writing on her shirt off, but you know what? My instructor in my photography class said sometimes you just go with it. I didn’t think it was worth it. What do you think? Do you like the overall image?
Texas Oak. It was huge. In New Braunfels. Of course, everything is bigger in Texas. 😉 Clicky for bigger…