Frost on a needle leaf tree.
I took my camera with me on a winter walk hoping for a few opportunities to take pictures. I discovered that my long lens is not as good as it once was, so most of my images were binned. However, this one I kept. Even though not sharp, I liked the golden glow on the evergreen needles.
A small mystery. Who put the leaf in Sprout Two’s library book? Of course, ‘turning over a new leaf’ puns were stated – or, is that ‘turning over an old leaf’?
The look you get when you are leaving the house without the hound.
At a train crossing experimenting with hand held long exposure. The Sprouts thought the crossing shadow was interesting on the train cars.
At home sick today. To distract myself, I opened up some packages of miniatures I purchased a few months ago and took some pictures. Upon opening the images on my computer, I discovered the man had a large hair on him. Aargh! The light was fading fast (as was I), but I managed to do another quick set up and capture a few new shots. One thing photography teaches you is perseverance!
A grey, dull, cold, snowy morning. At the train crossing I hemmed and hawed about opening my car window to poke the camera out. By the time I made up my mind, most of the train had passed. This is one of the last few cars.