I realized it’s been a while since I’ve done a photography post. Don’t get me wrong, I HAVE been out taking new pics, just haven’t gotten around to posting about them! So I will try not to overload the page and crash WordPress with all my pics! No promises though 🙂
But before I get to the actual images, I want to plug next week’s Art in the Park in Rockford, Mi
Rockford Art in the Park, hosted by the Rockford Area Arts Counsel will be held in the Garden Club Park between the Rogue River Dam and the White Pines Trail in downtown Rockford.
Saturday, September 7th 2013
Rockford’s juried ART IN THE PARK exhibition oﬀers a charming setting along the Rogue River in the city’s Garden Club Park. Limited to 34 artists, the event draws exhibitors and patrons from around the state.
So if you are in the area, swing by and say hi! My booth will be located in front of the Rockford Historical Museum on the Bridge Street side of the park.
With that being said, why don’t I start with some pics taken in the Rockford area!
My son and I headed out a couple weeks ago, on a hunt for sunflowers but wound up taking some water shots of the Rogue River and Rockford Dam.
This particular shot, long exposure night shot of the Rockford Dam, couldn’t have happened with out an oops by my son! My shutter was open when he started taking pics right next to me, using his camera’s flash. I was afraid it would ruin the shot, but instead it highlighted the dark areas on the right side of the image, including the rocks and statues.
Another shot of the dam, before the sun set.
The Rogue River
Another day trip I took, where I swear, the only thing I could find that inspired me to shoot was this tree!
And if you follow me on facebook, you know I’ve been into a lot of macro photography lately, including insects and flowers.
This lovely little praying mantis found near my husbands shop.
And some Damselflies at a local park
An adorable little jumping spider!
Found this guy hanging out in a small pond fishing.
And a few flower images.
Oh, and we can’t forget about the old vehicles!
That wasn’t too bad now was it?
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