Week 28: the skies have it

Living on the Gulf Coast means that with the exception of a few pesky hurricanes, the weather here is pretty spectacular year round. Winters are short and relatively mild, spring comes early, fall is lovely and really the best time to visit, and summer – well, summer can be fickle. The season, by far, is…

sunsetOPensacola

Week 23: atmospherical phenomenon

Looking back over my previous 365Project posts, it’s clear that if it weren’t for food, our pets and atmospherical phenomenon I would have failed at this undertaking weeks ago. Maybe I should once again attempt weekly themes, just to change things up a bit. The reflection photo was featured on “Fading away.” That delicious looking…

Clearing a trail

Finally got a chance to explore one of the Florida Trails near Crestview. I spent a leisurely 2 hours tramping through the woods. I think I cleared every spiderweb and tick from along the path. Scared a few skinks and a toad too. I only walked a short portion of the trail, and want to…

Looking up

Started the week out in Arkansas on Spring Break and ended at home under rainy skies, with a few hikes here and there in-between. (Photos shot with a Nikon D60, using an 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 20mm f/2.8 wide-angle, 50mm f/1.8 prime lens, Nikon CoolPix S205 and/or iPhone4) For more photos, please visit my Flickr photostream or…

Week 6: 365 Project

I’m starting to get into a bit of a rhythm and getting more photos with my Nikon and not just my camera phone. Once the ratio was leaning more toward my DSLR I felt I was really participating and not just going through the motions This week, the only shot I kept that was taken…

Week 5: Project 365

Made it through the first month taking and posting a daily photo. According to one site where I’m cross-posting, that means with 35 photos, I’m 9% complete. At this rate, I’ll be in double digits next week. Except for the tea and sympathy shot, all of last week’s photos were taken at night. Rain and…