Must have been at the peak of the mountain flowers.
The beautiful Olympic Peninsula located in Northwestern Washington. A diverse part the country including a Rain Forest, 73 miles of Pacific wilderness beaches and many small ports for visit and travel.
Test shots with a 55 year old lens, Takumar 200mm f/3.5. I was really impressed with the Bokeh, Color and Sharpness of this old lens. Nice color. One of our few hot days… Continue reading
Overcast days makes for nice colors I was surprised by the clarity of the bee. Tried to catch the reflection of other flowers. This shot’s hard to capture properly. Practice makes perfect. This… Continue reading
Here are some local flowers from both Georgia and Florida. Also, a few visitors posing for the shot. Again, such a beautiful area. This giant flower is found in a pond behind some… Continue reading
Wanted to test a few filters on the end of my Carl Zeiss 50/1.4 Planar T* along with my Black and White setting. I found a set of red, green and yellow lenses… Continue reading
Had to try my new back-up camera along with an old 50/1.2 lens recently purchased. Its a little tough to focus but the bokeh is rather nice. Practice makes perfect. The macro shots… Continue reading
This is our resident Anna’s Hummingbird, a beautiful but very aggressive and not a bit afraid of me. I was checking out a new but old Takumar 100/4 macro lens. I also caught… Continue reading
Walked around a garden maintained by WSU Master Gardner Program directly after a rain. The sun was going in and out from the trees surrounding the garden making for some colorful images. This… Continue reading