Week 40 – Judy


Week 40

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One of the pretty roses in a plant my sister sent to me.

My settings were ISO 200, f/8, 1/60 sec at 300mm (70-300mm).



Week 39 – Judy

Week 39

On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me two Sandhill Cranes…well, not quite the birds in the song, but I love our two resident Sandhill Cranes. They were just relaxing in our front yard enjoying our beautiful Winter weather while I snapped a few photos of them.

My settings were ISO 100, f/8, 1/400 sec at 236mm (70 – 300mm). Applied some cropping and cloned out a couple of highlighted areas.



Week 38 – Judy

Week 38


Took a four mile hike while camping in Flagler Beach. Saw this little guy on the trail. He was very busy and really into his work, as you can tell by the pollen all over his face :).

My settings were ISO 200, f/8, 1/200 sec at 260mm (70 – 300mm). Applied Topaz Adjust 5’s Pop Photo filter.


Week 37 – Judy


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The Big One That Didn’t Get Away

This poor Anhinga eyes were bigger than his stomach. He was attempting to swallow this fish, but he was having a very difficult time of it. Would get it part way down and then bring it back up, dip it in the water to make it more slippery, and try to swallow it again. We watched him for several minutes and then moved on. Don’t know if he ever got it all the way down.

Settings were ISO 100, f/8, 1/80 sec at 300mm (70-300mm).



Week 34 – Judy



How Tall Am I?

You know how parents keep track of their children’s growth by placing marks up a wall or doorway, well we keep track of how our frogs are growing by measuring them in our rain gauge….LOL! Actually, like Robin said, there is an abundance of frogs ever since we had all the rain from Irma. You find them everywhere!

Taken with my Olympus TG4 on microscope mode. Love that little point and shoot camera! Thanks for telling us about it, Robin!