I’m in trouble!

So my husband says to me today, “I can’t find any of our trip pictures.  Don’t you want to share them?”

Oops, I realize I get so busy that I neglect my blog site.  I have a choice, either cancel it or use it!  I guess I’ll use it.  It just takes discipline.

We have had many trips since I last blogged and I have finished my photography courses, so what I think I may do is work a little each week on my photos that have been filed in the “I can’t get to you right now” file.

I learned through NYIP that I need to be brutal with my selections.  Can’t keep everything.  I am going to pick a folder, cut out any that don’t come close to meeting the criteria of a successful photographer, and edit the rest.  My hopes are that I can also briefly talk about where the pictures were taken and why.

How many did I get done tonight?  Two!  Hey, it’s a beginning.  Don’t judge me.canoeing-the-silver-riversilver-river-bird

These photos were taken this February on the Silver River in Ocala, Florida.  This river is roughly a 7 mile gem from Ray Wayside Park to the headsprings at the newly renovated Silver Springs State Park  (use to be Silver Springs Amusement Park.)  These photos were taken as we were canoeing the river.  Getting exact sharpness in your photographs while canoeing is a bit of a challenge.  However, I liked these two photos for depicting just some of the natural beauty of this amazing river.

By 2bikes1boat Always An Adventure

We are both teachers that love to explore and play in the great outdoors whenever we can, especially during the summer. It also gives our little guy a chance to see the world beyond the small corners of our town.

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