My first digital camera was a Canon Powershot SD8800. The crisp, clarity of each photo captured with this small point n’ shoot amazes me, not to mention the vivid colors the processor produces. I haven’t used it since getting my big girl camera, but while going through my archives I thought these were too interesting to pass up.
Somewhere along the Blue Ridge Parkway, this upturned mushroom caught my fancy. I imagined a faerie living beneath its canopy but didn’t see evidence to support my suspicions. Maybe, she is shy and ran away to hide. What do you think?
My mother-in-law (may she RIP) had the most beautiful hydrangea plants. I snapped this in July 2011 using the macro setting on the camera. I loved how the elements played together in this one shot ~ lovely flower, an insect, & rain drops made this image special.
Old churches are fascinating is in Rutledge, Tennessee on Main Street. I do not remember if there was a historical marker or not. Regardless of its history, the old stained windows and steeple won me over. The sky was a stunningly rich blue with gorgeous fluffy clouds when I snapped this photo. To bring out the cemetery’s eerie, mysterious feel, I converted it to B&W.
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