The New Old (Redux)
A few months ago I took some pictures of abandoned signs with the retro setting on my camera. I decided then to revisit this idea with the High Contrast Monochrome setting on my camera.
As it turns out, I’m still not totally in love with the results. Therefore, there may be yet another visiting of this idea. A first ever double redux.
I know, I’m pretty excited about it too!
This time I will just take and edit the pictures the old fashioned way.
The rest of the The New Old (Redux) Series:
It is hard to believe that I am officially caught back up with Fridays on the blog! Now I just have to get Mondays and Thursday caught back up and everything will be right with my blog again!
Next week’s Personal Photo Project will involved daisies.
After months of hype, Naima and I finally were able to make our 1st trip to the Ames Dog Park recently.
Unfortunately, despite having a very good park system, Boone does not have a dog park. This is a hint for any would-be future Boone mayoral candidates out there. If you want my support you know my 2 conditions.
Number 1 involves the Pufferbilly Parade and a pink dress. You know what I’m talking about.
Number 2 involves bringing a dog park to Boone.
The trip from Ames to Boone had its moments as Naima is convinced that she is a lap dog, but once we got there I was very pleased with how everything went. I was hoping there weren’t many other dogs there for our first trip and there weren’t.
In the big-dog-dog-park there were really only two dogs. A German Shepard that just kept walking the trail over and over again. Then a big black dog that wasn’t overly interested in playing.
So Naima mostly kept to herself as she walked the perimeter of the park smelling everything out.
Here are a few pictures of the trip and from before the trip:
The only thing I think Naima didn’t enjoy was being separated from the small dogs. There were quite a few more small dogs at the park that she was sad that she couldn’t get to play with. She is accustomed to playing with small dogs as her top playmate is Carla’s dog Chloe who tips the scale at 10 pounds.
It was certainly worth the drive and I hope Naima thought it was worth her shoulder surgery and weeks of puppy bedrest!
Next week’s Random Wednesday will feature pictures of Evie!
Today’s images come from the following folder:
Backup/My Pictures/People/Family/Millers/Dean Miller
Next week’s folder will be:
Backup/My Pictures/People/Family/Millers/Multiple Millers
So some of these might be “faked”, but can you prove it? Without checking the exif data?
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06/21/2012 – 1:43 PM
06/22/2012 – 5:39 PM
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I wonder what interesting places I’ll go next week?
I hung out with more creatures than just Lancelot and Elaine on my loop.
Here is a look at the rest of the Tennyson Series:
This insane graffiti that looks just like Bill was on the side of a generator near the lake. It still blows my mind!
Would you believe these are the first frog pictures I’ve taken this year?
The turtles in the pictures were laying eggs. Otherwise, I never would have been able to get near them.
“Next week’s” Personal Photo Project will involve old signs.
This week’s photos were taken on one trip around Lake Laverne. Lake Laverne is located on the most beautiful college campus in the world, Iowa State University.
More from the Tennyson Series:
More from beautiful Lake Laverne “tomorrow”!
Several weeks back I was contracted to take some photos of Dawn’s granddaughter Kayelee.
Here are a few photos from that photo shoot:
Next week’s Random Wednesday will involve Naima’s first trip to the Dog Park.
This image comes from the following folder:
Backup/My Pictures/People/Family/Millers/Bethany Miller
Next week’s folder will be:
Backup/My Pictures/People/Family/Dean Miller