Filtered Sunset

Filtered Sunset

Playing around with some filtering software. I have similar software on my phone and iPad. That software cost me about $8. The software for the desktop? $299. Is there any wonder left why people are flocking to devices like smartphones and tablets (specifically, the...
Frothy

Frothy

I’m thinking that to really get the best shots of surf, you have to be in the surf itself. Which was not possible here. It was amazing to watch what came in with the tide and what was pulled out with the tide. Share...
Beak and Buoys

Beak and Buoys

This egret was sauntering about and looking damn fine. I had to be really careful not to scare it away, because I was shooting with the 35mm lens. Heather had the 24-70 and if I was thinking, which I rarely engage in, I would have grabbed her camera and shot about 86...
Late to Lunch

Late to Lunch

These guys missed the free lunch courtesy of the dog mentioned here. Alas. I’m hoping that cameras keep upping the megapixels. Why? Because I want to be able to crop and still have a usable image. The 5D’s 12 megapixels is fine, but it’s really the...
Hanging From the Sky

Hanging From the Sky

We took the last hour or so of our final day on Isla Mujeres and walked around taking photos. We hadn’t done that together in a very very long time. Back in 2001, as Heather and I were getting together, one of the very first things we discovered was a shared...
Chepo

Chepo

Translation: I forgot the whole name of the boat. Share...
Coastal Winter Storm

Coastal Winter Storm

Another one from 2008 that I couldn’t see that I had posted anywhere. The sensor was really dirty and maybe that’s why I never did the clean up work? We’ve had gray days here and I’m trying to see the light as it were. Share...
A Great Day

A Great Day

Found this one in a series that I took back in late February while Leta and I went for a beach walk on our vacation. Our first day there we all went down to the beach and Leta refused to walk on the beach. We all took turns carrying her and I figured we’d be...
Asymetric Shell

Asymetric Shell

When Leta and I did our second beach walk, she was fascinated by these, but would not touch them. She did slowly warm to the sand and made a mesa-like sandcastle by picking the grains of sand one by one and distributing them like she does cheese with her nachos. I...