Category Archives: 30 Day Challenge

Contemplation

I decided to take the plunge!

I have been editing 99.9% of all my images on my phone or tablet using Snapseed, Pronto and recently Super Photo.  I have decided to stepped up my game and get Photoshop cc 2015 and Lightroom.  I don’t know why I did not do this sooner it is only $10 per month.

If any of you know of any YouTube videos that I should watch please let me know.

Here is my 1st completed image from PS – minor adjustments and selective color.

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My brother holding his dominoes in hand while his son contemplates his next move. They/we are getting ready for our family vacation next month in OBX (Outer Banks, NC)

 

4th entry into my 30 Day Photo Challenge.

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Nestled Between 3/30

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Float On 2/30

For my 2 post on in my 30 Day Challenge my sister-in-law Traci, my daughter Erica and I took a drive to nowhere.  We just got in the car and ventured to the unknown.  We ended up at Hasse Marina.

This was fun.  We saw people crabbing and a slew of birds.  I have not done that since my last post in Side Street Sunday post back in December.  I think it is time to start this again tomorrow.  Side Street Sunday will be back!

While at the Marina I saw a single feather floating on the water.  My first thought was a song from back in the late 70’s called Float On by the Floaters.  I LOVED this song.

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Float On

 

 

 

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In a Sea of Green – 1/30

I have decided to do a 30 Day Challenge.  There is no particular theme at this point other than to truly compete it within 30 days.  However if there is something that you would like me to try leave me a comment and I will do my best to capture it for you.

Looking at this pond that is across the street from my Work Oasis I stumbled upon this bird sitting there like a statue.  As I stepped on some dry leaves the sound made it take flight and I was not able to capture those graceful shots.

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While taking the pictures I never noticed the curve in the grass.  It now makes me wonder what could have been lurking in there.

 

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