While I am working my way through several art books for the Triple Eight Challenge for 2008, I have taken a month off most of these workings. I spent most of March honing my photography skills. I have some of my shots below.
I have always spent a lot of time in the out of doors so to me, it was logical to take my pics outside.
This one caught my eye while I was running one day. I didn’t have my camera with me. I went back, via car, later and couldn’t find it. The next day that I ran that route, I took my digital camera with me. It was perfect. I had my eye set on entering it in a environmental photography contest.
This image above is a closer shot of the same image. This time the hide is not visible in the picture, just the rib cage.
My favorite shot is the one above. It is ironically entitled Tire Garden. It is truly just someone’s way of getting out of paying to dispose of old, used tires.
This is by far my most artistic in my mind. It is the fog created by the snow that is left on the ground. I call it Fog on Field.