The Conversation and Other Matters
As “Head of Ranch Security” Cookie is diligent to patrol the premises daily to keep the squirrels and bunnies in line.
Happily, we have seen no snakes so far this year.
We have noticed a fox or two and a coyote skulking about the neighborhood late in the evening or early in the morning. Not in our yard, though.
In case you were wondering, these pictures are not part of the Photography Challenge. Yesterday’s challenge was too take some low-light pictures. By the time I took mine (around 9:00 p.m.) and got home, I was too tired to post, so I didn’t get them entered. Besides, I wasn’t that impressed with them. Low-light is something I need more practice with.
Today’s challenge is to take some action shots. I haven’t done much action photography. However, I like to use the action setting on my camera to take pictures of waterfalls. It shows the “splash” better than the regular setting, which mainly just makes the water a blur.
This is one of our favorite spots in the Idaho panhandle. It’s called Fern Falls, and we visited it several times while we lived there. This picture was taken in the summer of 2011.
In other news, I’m getting ready to move my blog to my own domain: www.roadstoeverywhere.com. You can take a peek while I’m working on it, if you like. Just know things will be changing frequently as I set up housekeeping. I’ll let you know when I’m actually ready to move.