I’m still milking the last roll of film I developed back in January. I thought I’d play with high contrast images. I took both photos in our family room one day a few months ago.
This shot is actually the second in the series but I think it’s the better of the two so I’ve placed it first. The twins and Julia are playing near the patio door. I used a 50mm f/1.8 lens on my F3HP. The lens was wide open or close to wide open. The critter you see on the right is a squirrel trolling for peanuts on our patio.
We don’t have a dog any more. My main man Roscoe passed years ago. Molly, probably the smartest dog I’ve ever met is a part of Sue’s family. I can’t remember the occasion for the visit, but Molly came along for the ride.
I can see Tracy (my wife) just to the left of Molly. The twins are sitting next to Molly in front of Tracy. And I can’t remember who is sitting in the foreground. I used my ‘real’ wide angle lens — a 24mm f/2.8 Nikkor — for this shot.
I’ll have new photos to share soon. I stopped in Chestnut Branch Park on the way home after I paid our quarterly property taxes on Thursday past. Took three pics then and finished the roll today at Erin’s place. My nephew Brian and family were up from Florida and we had a lovely time.
Thursday was cold and windy but I took a walk in the woods anyway. I need the exercise and new photos. I plan to visit one of the parks in my neighborhood a few times each week. Good places to walk, enjoy nature and capture images I can share on The Aware Writer.