Monochrome Monday: Memories of Winter #1


Shadyside Park, Anderson, Indiana

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Kids with toys

Kai playing mechanic, fixing his car

11.20.15 kids with toys




One Word Photo Challenge: Aperture

11.26 aperture

Madison County, Indiana



Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: 2015 Week 47

Is it too soon to visit the North Pole?

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SeaWorld Orlando, Florida

cee's odd ball


Monochrome Monday: Lights over the Atlantic

Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, Acadia National Park ME

Bass Harbor Head Light, Acadia National Park, Maine

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Orange & Greens

11.20.15 orange & green




One Word Photo Challenge: Ant

11.18 ant

Tippecanoe State Park, Indiana



Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: 2015 Week 46

Halloween Leftovers

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SeaWorld Orlando, Florida

cee's odd ball


Cee’s Compose Yourself Challenge: Week #6

Horizontal lines and horizons with a dash of diagonal.

Getting horizontal lines isn’t always easy. The first photo contest I entered one of the panel told me to use a level to get the horizon straight, since then I developed an abhorrence for crooked horizons, unless it intentional. It’s a simple fix that will make your photos better.

I did learn to use the level on my tripod and if I’m “freestyling” it I am at least aware so I work to make the horizon straight. If it’s not possible I leave extra room for cropping which is what happens when you straighten. If I do need to do post editing I usually use the straighten tool in Picasa (a free edit program) or the rotate canvas tool in Photoshop. With rotate canvas you can get a more precise adjustment.

click on each to see full photo.



cee's compose yourself

One Word Photo Challenge: Double Rainbow

11.12.15 pik yr own - rainbow

Southern Utah