I bought an ILCE Sony A6000 back in 2015. My little Canon Powershot G3 bit the dust. I bought that one back in 2003 and it just wouldn't quit for over 10 years! Pretty good for digital. Do they still make them to last like that?

The Sony E-mount kit lenses - 16-50mm f/3.5 and 55-210mm f/4.5, and I added the Sony E 30mm f/3.5 Macro lens. I want a bigger Macro lens. 90mm to 150mm f/2.8 or something.

I also have a Canon SX50HS.. for those close-up Moon shots.. heh. I actually got it before the Sony and used it for a year and half, before deciding I needed a changeable lens camera.

I started this blog to upload my own photos so that i could participate in other photo blogs to submit to. Nothing more, nothing less.

I like taking photos of a lot of things I find interesting.. mostly flowers. I also have another blog "Phlower Power" to show off my flower photos.

Those Photo Blogs I submit to are in the sidebar. I hope I've piqued your interest.

Thanks for stopping by........

Aug 5, 2015

For SkyWatch Friday

This is for SkyWatch Friday  for the end of July...   a nice dark stormy sky.

30mm Prime lens, Aperture Priority Mode,  f/4, 1/750sec, ISO 100

I use a fast shutter speed because everything I take is hand held and the wind was blowing pretty hard that day.  Earlier, I had been taking close up photos of wild flowers around the farm and while getting ready for supper, I saw the clouds form for a storm... I ran out to snap off a few.  No Post Processing, just the jpg strait out of camera.  I might lighten it a bit, but just a touch.

Or maybe not, I like it dark. It conveys the atmosphere at that moment.


May 22, 2015

Photo Sunday - Star

My STAR for Photo Sunday

 A metalic starfish at an empty wading pool.

Apr 12, 2015


For PhotoSunday the theme is Metallic.

Jan 4, 2015

Photo Sunday challenge is HOUSE

This week for Photo Sunday Challenge is House.   I have a few.... as usual, just click on the photo to see a larger view.

An old farm house that has seen better days.

Another old farm house that is barely standing and trees taking over.

A cabin at Itasca State Park in a rainy Spring day.