Friday, December 13, 2013

FMTSO: What Light's up your town?

It's been awhile since I've posted and I've been feeling the pull to come back for some time now. My desire for going out and taking fresh photos with my camera is still lacking, however, I do take lots of photos with my phone.  I will be posting some archived photos for this weeks FMTSO theme, and since it's close to Christmas, I will be posting images that convey the Christmas spirit, the winter holiday, etc.


This photo was taken in 2012 and is a photo of a Christmas village.
It looks better in black and white because I forgot to adjust the white balance on the camera before aiming.


A sunburst of natural light.
This is at the Resort at Mt. Charleston.


The same area where the sunburst was shining, only this was taken from inside the resort.
These photos were taken with my phone just over a week ago.


Playing with fire.
This was taken in March of this year with one of my photography groups that I belong to.


Wrong time of day for a photo shoot!


All of these photos were taken in outlying areas of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Gosh, I kind of feel inspired to get out there and start taking more pictures.

Thank you all for viewing my participation.
I appreciate you stopping by.

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone.






8 comments:

  1. Great photos...you have a talent and I can see why it calls you. Glad to see you back, if just for this post.

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  2. Oooh! Playing with fire! Good shot and very descriptive. (Love your dog too!)

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  3. So glad to have you back. Love the shot of the sunburst. Phones seem to be the camera of choice these days. Very nice first shot.

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  4. So good to see you, JarieLyn. Always love your photos. I love the third shot, looking out! Hope you are happy and well!

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  5. How great to have you back, make it stick now. We all enjoy your photos whether from phone or camera, but you know you are going enjoy using the camera the most. Why is the last photo shot at the wrong time of day? I think the light glowing from behind the cowboy gives the photo a dreamlike quality, pensive, even sad. Nothing like light in the desert for giving beautiful photos.

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  6. Playing with fire is awesome! I always wanted to try that out!

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  7. These are beautiful. I do miss your posts. I don't think there is anything wrong with posting iphone pics. Quite a few people do it and I love seeing their captures too.

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