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- a fish story
- my writing
- a problem with The Shack
- connecting with the culture
- Deacon Outline
- domesticated or dangerous?
- Importance of a literal Bible translation
- Questions at Church
- Rock of Offense
- The community aspect of Acts 2:42 fellowship
- the Gospel
- the Lie
Tag Archives: nikkor 105mm f2.8 AF
sorry for the gap. been busy spinning my wheels and not accomplishing much. Went out last Sunday afternoon to take wildflower shots, because life is too short to watch the Cowboys’ second half and get mad about it. love the … Continue reading
I went to a hands off Texas rally a week ago, mainly to see my next state representative, Larry Gonzales, speak, but also to take some pictures. There were quite a few folks gathered in the extreme heat on the … Continue reading
I got up early last Saturday to go watch and photograph the 20th Annual Lake Travis Flight of the Central Texas Ballooning Association. It was pretty cool. I haven’t ever seen hot air balloons get unpacked, filled and floated before. … Continue reading
the new header picture above comes from this one. here is Samson on fuji velvia 50 film and a dandelion from last summer
not many photo taking opportunities this week. I did return to Camp Peniel on Sunday and took some more pictures of the pink flowers that looked like perfect little bouquets by the side of the road. and this one is … Continue reading
last Sunday’s family picture on Mother’s Day from the powershot S90. what a great little camera! a showy primrose catching the sunlight behind it on fuji velvia and a vertical shot of some indian blankets by the road on fuji … Continue reading
trying Kodak Ektachrome 100G slide film in the Nikon F5. love the 105mm and sun rays maximal bokeh sunset through the tree and Natalie being the “tall girl in the middle.”
more black and white film from the Nikon F4e. this is ilford delta 400. I like the grain and contrast of it. big yawn flowers the little Canon Powershot S90 is an exceptionally good point and shoot camera.
the sky was a little bit strange Tuesday evening here is the same picture as the one from last week on 35mm film to show the full 17mm. (compare to D300 17mm which is more like 24mm) and I always … Continue reading
love depth of field, bokeh and flowers rediscovering film photography with a Nikon F5 and Fuji velvia 100. wide angle lens and a polarizer
afternoon bokeh Black and White sunstar Black and White dandelion
Challies put up an excellent post yesterday about the nine things he learned about God from nature. Take some time this weekend to read it. I have also been struck by this fact when I take pictures: …A GOD OF … Continue reading
a pelican swooping over the water last Tuesday morning more macro flowers and a monochromatic sunstar from the old film camera
here is bokeh from the 105mm on Film and Joseph is back out at Camp Peniel for two weeks of work camp. This is the shower and sink facility and here is some lightning from last night’s storm. This was … Continue reading
some more hot weather sun loving flowers wider view
UPDATED to put this on Friday where it belongs. Sorry about jumping the gun yesterday. still water 360 bridge isolating the subject from the background
we went camping last weekend. he caught one these daisy looking flowers had less diameter than a dime waiting for a bite
I am really enjoying this spring.
it finally stopped raining, so I took some pictures this morning.
spring is springing. here is a bee on a redbud on the Capitol grounds. My new spring header came from this. Love the determination on 2’s face: and I just can’t seem to get enough of flags:
Here is the uncropped version of this picture that was the first one I posted on this blog. I am entering this uncropped version in a photography contest. and it is basketball season defense rebound
Bokeh is the out of focus “oof” area on a picture. smooth creamy oof areas are generally felt to be more pleasing to the eyes. here is a mosquito on a landscaping log taken with a 105mm f2.8 nikkor and … Continue reading
trying another direct upload now that wordpress 2.7 is out.
happy Thanksgiving to everyone. In spite of the recent economic crisis, we continue to live in one of the most blessed nations in the history of the world. God, in his sovereignty and to praise of his glorious grace, has … Continue reading
a couple of macros. and a sepia of Daniel checking his pictures