I’m having a little trouble finding a picture that shows escape. these are the best that I can come up with. I hope everyone enjoys them.
I’m also trying to use a small foot print on my photos. I always believed that if you reduced that size that you would reduce quality. So I hope y’all will bear with me while I experiment with trying to use a smaller KB instead of MB.
This is what I call escaping, defying gravity or the norm.
This gentleman escaped from these guys that what to fly upside down. Not really, but he did escape from a plane that was up there some were.
Please let me know if these picture are coming across ok.
I could not have come up with a better choice of photos to go with this weeks challenge.
I’ve had my own experience with a red wing black bird in Tunica,MS several years ago while we were staying in the RV Park at the Hollywood Casino. A red wing black bird would see him/herself in my bedroom window and peck at the window for a half an hour. Two days of getting woke up at 6:00 AM and we probably didn’t get in until 2:AM. I hadn’t figured out what the noise was until about the third day. I thought it was workers outside working on something. Then on the third day I went to the window and this bird was pecking at my window. I now know they are not the friendliest bird in the sky, but to attack a hawk. WOW!
Read the article it has a great series of photos with it.
After seeing Cee’s Iris and the ones my neighbor grows, I decided to plant some in our yard. They sure are pretty
Looking through the photos that I took yesterday I decided that this was a better picture of the purple & white bearded iris than the original one that I posted yesterday. I was so excited to post this beautiful picture of this iris that I rushed to judgment and post one that was not as good as this one. I love the purple and white combination of this flower and delicate it appears. It almost seems fragile velvety at the same time.
I was thinking yesterday that photography, even if you know what makes a good picture you still need a great subject. It is like what they always say garbage in and garbage out. A good subject, lighting, composition and a few other factors, that is, in my estimation, is what makes a great photo.