On Sunday morning a beautiful Dragon Fly landed on Tom’s Allante and sat there for several minutes. I thought it was dead and decided to snap a picture of it’s perfectly stretched out wings. The minute I snapped my shutter, the fly came to life and flew at me resulting in a terribly out of focus picture.
Here is the equipment I used at Lake Agnes to shoot the birds: Panasonic DMC G-2, Lumix 200 mm lens, Nikon 300mm Telephoto lens, 300mm Tamaron lens.
Another little indulgence of mine is treasure hunting in local thrift shops. I found this great little deal today! A coffee table, and side table with wood tops and solid wrought iron bases, both for $15.00. I thought I’d get a few practice shots of furniture to add to my work. Here are my new tables. Yep, that’s what I’m talking about! I used a Panasonic DMC G-2 with nikon 1.4 / 28-80mm lens for these shot with a flash.
This is going to work great in my apartment.
The Hysterical Arch Ink by Salvador Dali
On my way home with my treasures I stopped to explore a wooden walkway that led into the mangroves on the side of the road.
I couldn’t resist snapping my shutter a few times. . .
you never know what you’ll find here. . .
For the Mangrove Walk shots I used a Panasonic DMC G-2 with nikon 1.4 / 28-80mm lens for these, which I shot in natural light / Sun.
Enjoy and Soar!