Can you tell that life has slowed down for me a bit as Cerwin has spent much of the past few weeks hunting.
My pictures involve sunsets, birds, and weather. 🙂
Since I began putting Bible verses and thoughts on photos, I have been looking for new ideas.
I took these pictures on November 15.
I remember last year – when taking a photography class – hearing the instructor say that he had a friend who stopped taking pictures because he ran out of things to photograph.
I am not there yet!
These pictures didn’t quite fit into the baby shower pictures, but this is what we saw at the entrance to the barn – which is on the property of an excavating business.
Cerwin thought it looked like something that was pulled by horses and used in a stone quarry.
Does anyone know what it is?
We don’t know, and would really like to know how it was used.
Cerwin’s cousin Resie said (on Facebook) it is a stone crusher.
This is the entrance arch to the barn. However, I took this picture when we were leaving.
We have been here several times, but always at night so didn’t notice these things before.
Wednesday, October 23
Coe Camera – where I purchased my camera – called me a few weeks ago, saying that they were having a workshop on my camera (Nikon D7000) and asked if I was interested.
I was – and invited our daughter Deb (light sweater) to go along, because she has the same camera.
The event was held at The Press Room restaurant in downtown Lancaster, and was so worth the cost of $20.00 per person.
We were given many good hints and taught some great techniques which were easy to follow because of his well-done PowerPoint presentation.
The instructor was quite knowledgeable and professional.
There were probably between 40 and 50 people, and some asked very hi-tech questions, making us think they were professional photographers.
He taught some things that were way beyond anything I needed to know, but it was interesting to understand more about my camera.
The cost of the evening included heavy hors d’oeuvres and drink. “Heavy” meant there was plenty of food – cheese, crackers, fruit, and pizza.
My water and coke.
Deb and I had an incredibly good time and wished there was another class the next night. 🙂