Ugly Hedgehog - Photography
Home Active Topics Newest Pictures Search Login Register
Posts for: George in McKinney
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 9 next>>
Jan 4, 2024 00:39:30   #
KTJohnson wrote:
GREAT NEWS!

A year and a half ago I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. After three operations and treatment (and six months out from the last operation) I went in today for a checkup. As of now, I am cancer free. I had been dreading this appointment.

What a great way to start the New Year. Praise the Lord.


Wonderful news! Great way to start the New Year.
Go to
Mar 8, 2023 16:48:13   #
DougS wrote:
After an afternoon of short trail hiking, I took a “Road Less Traveled” (a dirt/gravel road), while visiting Petit Jean State Park (and mountain), in Arkansas. I came upon this awesome scene of the setting sun. The young man was already sitting on the overlook. After chatting with him about the beauty of the sunset, I took this single photo of him, sitting and contemplating. I thought it to be a near perfect setting.
It is less than 1 hour drive from my home. Petit Jean is It is a wonderful photographers destination. It rises some 1,120 feet above the Arkansas River Valley, and is a plateau. It has cliffs, streams, and a 95 ft. waterfall Cedar Falls, which is quite photogenic, very large boulder areas. The roads going up are relatively(?) steep!
After an afternoon of short trail hiking, I took a... (show quote)


Beautiful capture! My wife and I have reservations to visit Petit Jean State Park the last week- end in October. This will be our first time to visit Petit jean. We are excited about this trip with the Heard Nature Photographers club from McKinney, TX.
Go to
Jan 3, 2023 18:31:10   #
Sylvias wrote:
……when we went for lunch at our favourite Judges Country House Hotel, Kirklevington, UK.

Canon 650D, 18-55mm lens.

Please try the downloads.


Marvelous photographs of a beautiful area in the UK, Sylvia’s!
Go to
Jan 3, 2023 18:23:08   #
howlynn wrote:
I spotted this large Eagle on a power pole just ahead of me.
I was driving on a two lane paved road and was lucky there
was enough room on the shoulder to pull over and get a few shots.
Nice surprise to start the New Year.


Nice capture of the golden eagle!
Go to
Dec 14, 2022 16:13:47   #
[quote=Photolady2014]Well, it has been a very busy few days back and I have not worked very many photos as of yet.

From what I understand it has been warm north, so not as many birds have gone south to Bosque del Apache yet. There were birds, just not as many and the fields had not been flooded with water by the park yet, so the birds were farther away than normal. Oh well. I have some nice photos. These are just some cranes. No special light or pan blur, but a nice crane photo...

I really tried to get them taking off and running across the water. I have lots of photos to look at and I'm hoping I will have some better than these where I got just the last part before take off. It was hard to not have another bird in front or behind making it just look messy.[/quot

Beth, wonderful set of one of my favorite birds. Love the contrast and detail in your work.
Go to
Oct 14, 2022 17:08:56   #
slcarn wrote:
This three-shot pano was taken near Jederick's neighborhood. This is what he leaves behind while he is out on his adventures. Lone Peak in the Wasatch Range is on the southeast end of Salt Lake Valley.

Photo was taken during the golden hour at almost sundown using my new Z9 and 70-200mm f2.8 lens at 130mm.
Steve


Beautiful color and detail as well great work on the pano.
Go to
Oct 14, 2022 16:59:42   #
jaymatt wrote:
Shot across a neighbor’s fresh-cut soybean field.

The download is sharper.


Beautiful color!
Go to
Oct 12, 2022 22:55:27   #
maxlieberman wrote:
Additional photos from last week's visit to the Elmwood Park Zoo.


Wonderful captures of expressions on animals, Max! Tack sharp and great job post processing.
Go to
Oct 12, 2022 22:48:59   #
KTJohnson wrote:
1971 Ford Ranchero GT 351


Beautiful series, KT! Well captured.
Go to
Oct 12, 2022 22:44:15   #
dwmoar wrote:
Camera: Canon SL2/200D
Lens: Canon EF-S 60mm Macro Lens
ISO: 400
Aperture: f/4
Shutter Speed: Varied
Exposure Mode: Manual
Focal Length: 60mm
Flash: No
Teleconverter: None
Lens Bellows or Ext. Tubes: No


Great series, dwmoar! Love the colors and the working bee.
Go to
Oct 12, 2022 22:37:32   #
DRam11 wrote:
On the way home and had to stop for a few shots.


Wonderful capture and post processing, DRam11! Love the warm colored light on the water with the geese.
Go to
Oct 12, 2022 22:25:20   #
Peter C wrote:
A ten-minute drive from home.


Peter, wonderful colors and post processing! Great capture.
Go to
Sep 30, 2022 22:03:35   #
Photolady2014 wrote:
We took a little road trip yesterday to Lake City, over Cinnamon Pass to Silverton Colorado.
The colors are popping!


Beautiful series!
Go to
Sep 5, 2022 14:33:38   #
dennis2146 wrote:
My last trip to Yellowstone was a week ago. Of course I had to make a visit to Old Faithful to try for better photos than I had taken last time I was there. It seems I get home, look at the photo of Old Faithful and just don't like something about them. I do like these photos but will try for better next time. I even included a black and white version and I do like it. Next time I would like to take a film camera with black and white film to see how that works out. But how do you like these? That is important to me.

On one of the photos you can see another geyser erupting toward the left side of Old Faithful. I have never noticed before but that geyser seems to erupt when Old Faithful does. Interesting.

Please feel free to make any comments.

Dennis
My last trip to Yellowstone was a week ago. Of co... (show quote)


Dennis, I like them all!
Go to
Sep 5, 2022 14:08:42   #
dennis2146 wrote:
My last trip to Yellowstone was a week ago. Of course I had to make a visit to Old Faithful to try for better photos than I had taken last time I was there. It seems I get home, look at the photo of Old Faithful and just don't like something about them. I do like these photos but will try for better next time. I even included a black and white version and I do like it. Next time I would like to take a film camera with black and white film to see how that works out. But how do you like these? That is important to me.

On one of the photos you can see another geyser erupting toward the left side of Old Faithful. I have never noticed before but that geyser seems to erupt when Old Faithful does. Interesting.

Please feel free to make any comments.

Dennis
My last trip to Yellowstone was a week ago. Of co... (show quote)


Dennis, I like them all!
Go to
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 9 next>>
UglyHedgehog.com
Copyright 2011-2024 Ugly Hedgehog, Inc.