Monday, March 5, 2012

Project 366 Rewind {Week 9}

Another week down... it's going so fast!

Day 57 - Beauty in the ordinary. One of the things I love about photography is the ability to see beauty in even the simplest, most ordinary things.

Day 58 - There are some things I just can't do without. Here are 2: my laptop & Adobe Lightroom 4 Beta. (not sure what I am going to do when the trial ends on March 31)

Day 59 - I love having the ability to add a rustic touch to my images in PS Lightroom.

Day 60 - Some PS Lightroom 4 editing fun (before & after).

Day 61 - I am also participating in a photo-a-day challenge on Instagram with Fat Mum Slim. The theme for March 1 was "Up". I thought I would take advantage of the beautiful blue skies.

Day 62 - Blue Banded Bee-copter.
I went out to the yard for some inspiration to the only bush we have in our backyard and was surprised by this find.

Day 63 - Rain, rain, go away...
The blues skies and sunshine were short lived (I think possibly only 5 days worth) and now it's back to grey skies, rain and severe flooding in South East Queensland.

I'm looking forward to blog hopping to see what others have posted for last week.

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23 comments:

anastasia said...

Nice shots! I also like the details.
I rarely comment on your blog ... but I congratulate you for the photos you do and enjoy sharing with us.

Michael S-B said...

Wonderful pictures Liz:)
Despite the dismal rainy day, I must say I really like your last one a lot. It's a great angle. But all these pics are excellent. I think my favourite has to be the bee xoxo

Stewart M said...

Hi there - very nice set of pictures.

I am about to enter the wonderful world of Lightroom - give me strength!

Stewart M - Australia

Tamar SB said...

I just love your photo 57 - such a great focus and color and the bumble bee - wow!! I have a fondness for bees (I explain on my blog) and that picture caught my eye!

Tamar SB said...

I just love your photo 57 - such a great focus and color and the bumble bee - wow!! I have a fondness for bees (I explain on my blog) and that picture caught my eye!

Rene Sharp said...

Wow, your photos are beyond amazing!! Smiles from Sunny South Africa! :)

TexWisGirl said...

i hate the threat of flooding for your areas. seems you have the extremes of drought and flash floods far too much.

packmom said...

That bee shot is amazing! Nature is so beautiful and you capture that in a wonderful way.

MG Atwood said...

Lovely captures, the first one, and the bee are magnificent. Have a wonderful week.

Filip Demuinck said...

The picture of the laptop is very special.

Greetings,
Filip

jyothisethu said...

all the pictures are interesting...
thanks for sharing...

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Incredible detail on that bee!!!! Loving that gorgeous color in that first shot too!

Ginger said...

Your images are breathtaking! I haven't played around on anything but Picnik, and it's going away soon. Boo.
Ginger

Kim Stevens said...

Love the bee capture, I was out in my front yard this weekend watching the bees on my Indian Hawthorn's (with camera in hand of course). And that last one of the rain is gorgeous too!

Sarah Halstead said...

These are sooo awesome. I love the last two and that first one.

VaishVijay said...

I've fallen for that blue banded blue copter! And, your rustic finish shots are excellent. Lately I've been playing around in post production as well!

Nadege, said...

Wonderful post, I so love the bee.

My Captivating Images said...

You have mad skills!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

The day 62 shot is stunning in it's details and light.

Stasha said...

Wow, I low bees. What a lovely set. Love looking at the world through your lens.

homeschoolceo said...

Amazing shots! That bee is spectacular!!

El rincón de Ceditas said...

Preciosas todas las imagenes!!! me encantan todas. Un abrazo y saludos desde Madrid

Ruth said...

A wonderful collection of images, I love the half moon, we have a beautiful full moon out here tonight.

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