Hello, I’ve know that I haven’t posted in several months, and I apologize. I just entered high school, and life is crazy. I will try my best to get a post in at least once in two weeks. And big news, I got a new camera: Nikon D5200. I’m really happy about this, I’ve been asking for a DSLR for a while now.
I’ve been taking a lot of pictures with my new the past few months. Here are some of my shots:
That was pretty much the summary my photography in summer and fall. Winter is just around the corner! If you are interested in seeing more of my photography, click on the one of the pictures from my flickr photo stream>>>
Spring is finally upon us, bringing flowers! The first flowers to pop in my yard were Daffodils, and Dandelions(more like weeds).
Additionally, this is a concoction I made up for my mom.
It’s been such a long winter! Only one month left!
I want spring already…
This was a really busy bee! It wouldn’t sit still for a second! Even so, I was able to catch it sitting on a flower.
Last week, I spotted a pretty rose in my garden. I plucked it, and brought it inside. I thought it would look cool if I placed it on a mirror, and it looks like I was right!
This is the Photo-shopped version.
It is day 12 of the post a day challenge, and I have four strikes.
I took one of my pictures and photo shopped it to make it look cool.
It’s day 10 of the post a day challenge.
Here’s a messed up flower I made on Photoshop.
Like it? 😛
It is day 8 of the post a day challenge.
Yesterday, I took a picture of a flower and edited it in Photoshop.
This is the original picture:
This is what it looked like after being edited:
It looks like a monster!
It is day 7 of the post a day challenge.
For this post, i’m going to list a few interesting world records.
Largest flower: Rafflesia, 80 cm in diameter.
Largest rabbit: Ralph, a rabbit which weighs just under 55 pounds.
Largest horse: Big Jake, a Belgian Gelding. He weighs 2600 pounds, and stands at 82.75 inches.
Fastest aircraft: Space shuttle. It’s top speed is 28,292 km/h, or 17580 mph.