206/365 – Queen Anne’s Lace

**Still catching up…

Tuesday, August 3. I am not happy with this one at all. Like the others, it was taken on a shoot for my project. Elliot and I had been in Richmond, KY all afternoon so that he change his oil and rotate his tires at his brother’s house. We then had dinner with his brother and sister-in-law, and left just in time to do one self-portrait shoot. It was getting dark, and we needed to get back to Lexington, and so I was rushing trying to get a shot and this is all that I ended up with.

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6 thoughts on “206/365 – Queen Anne’s Lace

  1. Great blog! It’s very inspiring to me on my own photographic journey. You really have some great pictures. I too am doing Project 365. Lately I haven’t taken many pictures nor have I posted regularly.

      • No problem! I really do love your pictures!
        Don’t get me wrong, I am loving my 365, but I’m in a “low on inspiration” phase, although your blog has inspired me to try some new things!
        What camera and lenses do you use?
        I hope you get well from your surgery soon!

      • Ah I go through those as well, everyone does. I just force myself to keep taking pictures of at least just things that I see because generally that is the only way I get out of it.
        I have a Nikon D90 with the kit lens and a fixed 50mm 1.8. I almost always have the 50mm on though.

      • Today I looked out my window and saw the amazing golden light and decided to go shooting. Since I was felling so inspired, I went a different route. I feel I got some great images. I think I might be coming out of that phase!
        I have been researching Nikon cameras (I think I will get a Nikon when I get a DSLR), and I was looking at the 50mm lens. Looks pretty great.

      • Yay! Good work! It is always exciting to get out of that funk. And yes, the 50mm is amazing, you will not regret it at all.

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