Sunday, October 23, 2011

Shutterbug

I love photography and I mourn the loss of my time that I used to devote to it.  Sometimes when you have a bunch of different important things to do and a few things that you just like to do, all the "HAVE to do's" have to come first and the "like to do's" have to come second and third and fourth and sometimes there is just not enough time for all of the "likes".  Or in this case, even though I actually love it, I just haven't had the time for it at all. 

Maybe someday soon.  I have a 30 day photographic challenge I would really like to do, but I've got to find a month that I know I could commit to it.  In the meantime, I still like to check my photos on flickr and see what people search for and "favorite" of the things I've already done.  I still occasionaly get a notice from JPG magazine from the photo that got published, letting me know someone is a "fan" of that photo.  This was the photo that got published and it's still my number one photo on flickr too: 

Scone Palace, Scotland, UK



Rounding out my other top 20 photos are:


Hollie poses as Marilyn Monroe, Roosevelt District, Phoenix Arizona


Jordan and friends at her Diva Party, Paradise Valley, Arizona

Jordan wades in Lake Saguaro, Arizona

Tie Dye sways in the wind, Greer Arizona
My front room, my piano, Phoenix Arizona

Hilary rests on a ledge, Downtown Phoenix, Arizona
Wolf, Yellowstone Park, Montana

blue marbles, my front room, Phoenix Arizona

Old Man of Storr, Skye, Scotland

Marshmallow trees, two-top, on the Idaho, Montana border

Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK

Hollie, Downtown Phoenix, Arizona

Roxanne, downtown Phoenix, Arizona

My pool, my backyard, Phoenix Arizona

The rocks near Carmel, Pacific Coast Highway, California


Jordan at the start of a monsoon storm, Chandler Arizona

Jordan on the red rocks, Sedona, Arizona

A ruined Abby, Scotland UK

My dresser, my bedroom, Phoenix Arizona


It's fun to see all the different places I've been able to take photos.  I'm sure I'll have time to devote to it as a hobby some day when I finish school. 

2 comments:

Raven Blackmane said...

Wow. There are some people who call themselves photographers because they have a fancy camera and then there are people like you who really know what to do. I love the colors in the photos. There is energy and not to sound too lame, they are pretty! Find time to photograph...now.

Suzanne Barker said...

You have the eye girl!

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