Thank you! I was thinking the same thing after seeing on the forum. It looks like I have a polarization filter on, but I don't. I was trying to capture the shimmering on the water surface. I'll see what I can do with it later today.
Thank you! There's a lot of flora and fauna out there, as well as landscape. I'm on the hunt for bobcats, coyotes, and white tail deer, as they are the most elusive. Well, actually, the wild turkeys are the most elusive, but they are out there as well.looks like a great place to shoot wildlife or landscapes.
And reptiles. The lake shore is a great place to run into a water moccasins, and there are copper heads and rattlers out there as well, so I may invest in a pair of calf boots to help protect myself.Looks a good environment to make pictures of insects as well as birds.
Yes, that's a nice little beaver pond. We actually have a beaver in the area, which amazed me, since I thought they only lived in the far north. We have river otters in the area, and rumor has it an alligator, but after this past winter's freeze, I have to wonder if the alligator survived.Nice area you live in. #2 is really special.
Funny! That's the favorite of our company founder, Herb Kelleher, so I try to keep it in the house as well. Once upon a time, we actually were giving bottles away with the purchase of a $15 ticket... that was a long time ago...
Yes, that did make a difference. Everything looks brighter and much better, even the weeds up front have some brighter color in them now, good job.