Putting my best foot forward

Princeton Battlefield State Park, Princeton, New Jersey
Putting your best foot forward, even mother nature has makeup by Dan Jurak's (Dan Jurak's Alberta Landscape Photo Blog)
When taking photos, my eyes are always scanning the horizon, framing and composing in my mind. If something clicks, I stop on the side of the road and often have a half dozen DIFFERENT photos within the space of a few minutes. Would my photos be any better if I took longer and deliberately thought out and planned purposefully what I was doing? I will probably never know because while planning for one shot another three pop into my head and just as quickly they disappear.
Best Food Forward

Oud en Nieuw and Quotidian

Lasley Brahaney Architecture Construction, Building, Trees, Snow, quotidian
Tuesday Photo Challenge – Quotidian (Dutch goes the Photo!)
As we approach the New Year, I thought about what could be new, which led me to what we call New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in Dutch: Oud en Nieuw; literally, this translates to ‘Old and New’. So, I thought that it might be interesting to take something Old and give it a new treatment.
Blame it on the cold weather.

Electric Boogaloo

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Pets by Frank Jansen (Dutch goes the Photo!)
Enough warmth to melt snow!
[exif id="34518"] Growing up in the West Indies we always had pets. We had dogs, cats, birds, fish, lizards, snakes, and turtles. We were a pet loving family. When my wife and I were first married I had several fish tanks with Discus and freshwater Angelfish. Both are from the South American Cichlidae family. I…

2017 Favourites

2017 Favorites (The Daily Post)
To celebrate the end of the year, share the most meaningful photo you’ve taken in 2017.
Here are my favourite images from 2017.

Not my season

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Season by jansenphotojansenphoto (Dutch goes the Photo!)
Let the spirit of the season shine!
[exif id="34151"] This isn't our holiday season. Quite frankly it's a Christian time of year. I wish more of the people I encountered would acknowledge that. I wish they would stop asking questions like "what are you doing for Christmas". The question itself assume everyone celebrates. Sometimes I feel like asking "what do you do…