Chincoteague Beach

My grandparents took me and my sister to Chincoteague, VA for the week and this morning we went to a beautiful beach!

It’s not always easy to get the perfect picture! Seagulls don’t seem to like me much.c238363a-878e-4526-a70b-f6d58c05a162unnamed

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Daisies

The sun is finally out again, so I thought it would be a good day to take some pictures!

There are some daisy-looking flowers (I don’t know if they are actually daisies, but thats kind of what they look like) that are growing around the farm, and they looked so pretty that I wanted to take a few pictures of them.

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IMG_3503.JPGThe strawberries are getting red, so I wanted to take a few of those too:

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IMG_3504.JPGIMG_3507.JPGIMG_3505.JPGIMG_3506.JPGI also felt like I needed to do the blueberries some justice. While they’re not yet blue,  there are green berries out there! Hopefully they will be ready soon.IMG_3508.JPG

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At the end of the rows of blueberries, there is the big woods. It was so pretty today! The birds were chirping and the leaves were nice and green.IMG_3509.JPGIMG_3510.JPGHere’s one last picture. This is from the woods closer to home. I thought it looked really cool with the light shining through like a spotlight. IMG_3497.JPGThat’s all! You can subscribe to this blog (button in the footer) to be notified by email when I post new pictures. If you’d like to use one of these pictures commercially, please contact me.

Asparagus

Spring isn’t spring until the asparagus is up! We’ve just started cutting it today, so last night I went out and took a few pictures.IMG_3335.JPGThe sun was setting, so I got out there just in time.IMG_3319.JPGIMG_3336.JPG

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Woods

Last week, I went out and took some pictures in our tiny woods near my house. I was skeptical at first that I wasn’t going to find anything special (and I didn’t) but that didn’t mean it would look bad photographed!

First, I did the classic focus-and-blur standpoint.

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Then, I tried a different angle, like my photography insturctor from two years ago told me.

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Then, I came across the above little tree that had the coolest bark! So I took a close up and let the bark be the star of the show:

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After that, the woods were pretty much photographed out. Actually, if we’d like to be realistic, it’s less of a “woods” and more like a “cluster of small trees”. So.

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Then, I decided I needed more material. So I went to the two cherry trees (you can actually see them in the background of the picture above – just two trees standing next to each other) and took some pictures, since they were blooming and looking fabulous.

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The blossoms were actually quite pretty and very similar to peach tree buds, just white instead of pink.IMG_3285.JPG

It’s always nice to photograph flowers and trees when the sky is blue – it gives you a good backdrop.IMG_3295.JPG

This morning, I went for a run, and I had to take some pictures. It was so pretty!IMG_3307.JPG

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And that’s it! It was very pretty that day. I’m still trying to figure out what to take pictures of next…

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Flowers, not Weeds

The following photographs display that now matter how much life these plants are sucking out of your garden, they deserve to be called flowers. Not weeds.

These sweet little dandelions posed for me nicely in the peach orchard. The sun wasn’t out, so I could get any angle I pleased without any shadows.IMG_3172.JPG

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And then I found these impossibly tiny little things that look like baby pansies.

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This flower looks like a little hemisphere of sunshine.

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And then, when I thought my photo shoot session was over, I found this:

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Butch in his favorite chair.

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Peach Photo Shoot

Last week, I went on a mission: to shoot the peach flowers. They were in their prime; a light pink, and totally in bloom. The sky was clear, which would provide a good backdrop. I was ready.

Unfortunately, it was really windy. It tested my patience quite a bit, mainly because THE STUPID FLOWERS WOULDN’T KEEP STILL! As you can see, it still gets to me.

But I did get a few good ones!

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