MY PHOTOGRAPHS CAN TAKE THE EDGE OFF A ROUGH WEEK AND STEER YOU INTO A RELAXING WEEKEND!
I was going through some older back up drives I had used for my business and found many photographs I had been trying to find. I will use some this week. I did not count how many, but there are enough to keep me posting for awhile. I even found some photographs my wife took when she visited Arizona a few years ago.
We continue to work on our floor. My friend who is a tile worker can only do it on weekends. When I was in my late 30's we remodeled a house while living in it. When we finished I said I would never do that again. Somehow I forgot the chaos it can create and we are in the midst of it. It will get better when he finishes the kitchen, dining room, and my bathroom. I thought I kept things organized when we moved things to different rooms and the garage, yet there are things we cannot find. I am taking pictures as we go along with the tile work.
Well it is time for photographs isn't it? I have quite a mixture this week. Some are from the batch of older digital photos I recently found. They were taken with my first digital camera (Canon Powershot A40). The mega pixels are low compared to my newer cannon. Six of the photographs are from that camera. So, it will be easier to let you know when a photograph is from my newer Cannon camera that keep mentioning the name of the older one.
This first photograph was taken at Manito Gardens, in Spokane Washington. I have more Dahlia photographs from that excursion, but this one "touched me" when I saw it:
These next two photographs are of a Delphinium my father sent me the year before he passed away. That would put these photographs at least 23 years old. I had my wife take a photograph of me standing next to it to show how tall it is. I am 5 feet 7 inches (1.7018 meters if my conversion software is correct). You will also notice I have clean-cut haircut and my hair and beard have yet to turn white:
This next photograph was also taken by my wife on her trip to Arizona. She visited a butterfly sanctuary:
These next two photographs were recently taken with my newer Canon camera. I will let them speak for themselves:
This second photograph of the sky may have been the same day:
I will close with one of my sunflowers I grew a few years ago. This was taken with my older digital camera:
This brings us to the close of another post. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.
I did a post on WeKu yesterday. Some photos are different that what I post here on Steemit, so check it out. My referral link is: https://deals.weku.io/pick_account?referral=r2cornell
In the event you just want to view my photographs/posts here is yesterday's: https://deals.weku.io/community-deals/@r2cornell/a-great-mix-of-photographs-to-prepare-us-for-the-weekend
I am using a Canon EOS Rebel T5 for all of these photographs, except where noted. Some of the photographs this weekend are older and were taken by a Canon PowerShot A40.
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