First I like to thank all of my fellow photographers that published their favorite tree image last week. it is great to have five talented photographers that are willing to work on a project and are wiling to publicly share their work. Out next project will be seen on this blog in July.
I photographed this tree in Bryce Canyon in Utah. Enjoy and keep on photographing!
I photographed in a beautiful cultivated desert garden in Southern California. For me desert gardens are fantastic and I feel always drawn to them. They are quite challenging to photograph and it is no fun to slip and fall into one of these cacti, but I am always rewarded with at least one image that I like like this one.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
By the way: Next week (April 2 – 7, 2018) we are having a special week on our photoblog:
Six photographers – Six images – One theme
Normally one expects snow and ice in Yosemite Valley in January. I was surprised by a beautiful rainbow on Lower Yosemite Fall last Friday. I used a 200mm lens on a C-sensor camera to capture this image.
A few miles outside Las Vegas there is the Red Rock Canyon National Conservatory. It is a great place for photographers! In this images you see the Calico Hills. Enjoy!
I just love to photograph in old vineyards, especially in the Fall when the colors are changing.
Enjoy and keep on working onyour images!
The sunset at the Pacific are always new and interesting. There were people standing all around me looking and photographing. I pressed the shutter when the wave reached the rocks.
Enjoy and keep on working on your images!
David and I were photographing in Calaveras State Park located in the foothills of Central California. We wanted to photograph the mature Seqoia trees surrounded by Fall colored dogwood trees.
Enjoy the images and have fun photographing!