This week, I have four photo prompts to share with you and a couple of bonus photos!
ISO 100, 20mm, f/4.0, 1/1250 sec
Day 93 – Where You Stand (or sit): Okay, I added the sit part. Last week, I had already taken a photo of my bare feet and thought you all probably didn’t want to see another picture of my feet. So I changed this prompt up (which we are always allowed to do) and took this picture instead. I have been reading through one of Scott Kelby’s books on Digital Photography. It was a nice warm afternoon, so I poured myself some tea and enjoyed some time outside.
ISO 100, 55mm,f/5.6, 1/100 sec
Day 94 – Brand New: There are so many blooms on my little Meyer lemon tree right now. I need to remember to take care of it so I can take advantage of all those fresh lemons!
ISO 100, 50mm, f/4.0, 1/60 sec
Day 95 – Unlikely Pair: After the nice warm day we had, our spring weather changed again! Substituted the cold drink with a hot one and dreamed about a nice warm beach!
ISO 100, 22mm, f/4.0, 1/15 sec
Day 96 – Morning Light: One day, I want to be one of those crazy photographers that gets up before dawn in an amazing location with all of the right equipment to get that wonderful sunrise shot. Until then, I will be happy with all the beautiful light that comes through my east facing doors in the morning.
ISO 100, 200mm, f/16, 30.0 sec
Bonus Photo Number 1: My husband and I were in the city (San Francisco) on Saturday night. So I brought along my camera and my tripod to try to get some long exposure night time shots. With some help from his co-worker’s husband, I was able to get this shot. The city had quite a bit of fog that night so I wasn’t able to get a lot of shots like I was hoping to.
ISO 100, 200mm, f.16, 20.0 sec
Bonus Photo Number 2: From the other side of the building, I was able to get this shot of car lights out on the street.
These night time shots were fun to take! I adjusted my settings, pushed the shutter, and stepped back. Now I am dreaming of a night time trip to Yosemite with a full moon. Can you even imagine the awesome pictures you can take of Yosemite at night?
Are you participating in the Capture Your 365? If you are, let me know so I can see what you are photographing in your corner of the world!