Saturday, September 17, 2016

10 Shots From My DSLR

Believe it or not, I do really use my DSLR camera, but not as often as I should.  For me it's about shooting with the best camera I have with me, which more often than not is my iPhone.  I do love my DSLR, but I've gotten out of the practice of carrying it daily.  Add in the factor of a 64 GB SD card, that I bought a few years back, and you don't have to download your shots very often.  This morning, after shooting a less than stellar pic of the moon, I decided I should really clear off the card - 216 photos, shot between January 2016 and today.  Here's a few of the shots I rediscovered.

Sunrise - 11:50 am - January 6, 2016

Sunrise - Alaska 2016
Hoarfrost - 1:44 pm - January 15, 2016

Hoarfrost - Alaska 2016
Fox Kits - 9:50 am - June 22, 2016

Fox Kits - Alaska 2016
Queen Anne's Lace - 1:52 pm -  July 1, 2016

Queen Anne's Lace - Alaska 2016
Moose Siblings - 11:22 am - July 15, 2016

Moose Siblings - Alaska 2016
Mushrooms in the Woods - 2:09 pm - August 6, 2016

Mushrooms in the Woods - Alaska 2016
Birch Lake - 2:47 pm - August 7, 2016

Birch Lake - Alaska 2016
Fall Bridge - 12:14 pm - August 28, 2016

Fall Bridge - Alaska 2016
Spruce Grouse - 1:39 pm - September 3, 2016

Spruce Grouse - Alaska 2016
Morning Moon - 5:50 am - September 17, 2016

Morning Moon - Alaska 2016

These are just a few of the shots from my card.  All shots are unedited, and not all of them are as amazing as I wish they were.  To be honest, my DSLR shooting skills are rusty and need to be well oiled, but that doesn't stop me from taking pics and sharing them.  Much like writing, photography is a craft, when left unattended the skills may get a little wayward and might need rounded-up and re-honed.

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