Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The End

Well, I was able to keep up The One A Day project for 27 days before life became to busy. So what did I learn. I learned that you can take at least one picture a day if you have the time, often creativity was lacking, but it did force me to take pictures I would not have other wise taken. What got in the way. A garage which had to be built, plus other life events. This was lots of fun, maybe I'll try The One A Day project again some day. Until then . . .

This photograph was taken in Marine City, MI.  I processed the photo with a Lomo filter in GIMP.

This is the same tree, different angle and I zoomed out as I took the photo.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

One A Day #27

The One A Day Project

Thought I'd try a night shot of the sky.  Captured this picture of a lone planet in the southern hemisphere.  The shutter was open 480 seconds at f/22.0 ISO 100.

Lone Planet

Sunday, October 4, 2009

One A Day #26

The One A Day Project

Why are roses considered to be the perfect flower.  I don't know, what I do know is that the creator of heaven and earth, Jesus Christ, is the one who has created them.  Why did he do this, for His glory, to show His greatness.  I rejoice in the beauty of roses as I remember that Jesus is the one who created them.  I hope you can enjoy the beauty of Jesus and in turn His rose.

A Rose by Any Other Name

Saturday, October 3, 2009

One A Day #25

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Our family loves cider mills in the fall.  Today we went to Westview Orchard in Romeo where I captured this wonderful photograph of one of their many fall displays.

Autum Colors

Friday, October 2, 2009

One A Day #24

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This puzzle was shot with the flash bounced off the cealing (straight up and back down).    The puzzle was only inches away from the lens and this is the only way to light the scene.  The light is well difuses and the overall effect is pleasing to the eye.


Thursday, October 1, 2009

One A Day #23

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Sunrise on 25 Mile Rd, New Haven Michigan.